IBC offers tamper-evident security system
Aug 1, 2003 12:00 PM
Meese Orbitron Dunne Co (MOD) has unveiled a tamper-evident security system on its United Nations-certified, all-plastic Unitote intermediate bulk container (IBC) to prevent unauthorized access.
Developed to safeguard chemicals, pharmaceuticals, edible oils, flavors, fragrances, and other regulated materials, the system has a polyethylene door set into the pallet base. This door is locked with a steel bolt to block access to the discharge assembly. The system accommodates standard padlocks and plastic or metal security seals that provide immediate evidence of unauthorized access. For instant container identification, the tamper-evident security system may be customized with permanent, molded-in company logos, tracking numbers, and color-coordinated information on the locking door.
The system is offered on both 275- and 330--gallon Unitotes, which are rotationally molded of LMDPE in one seamless piece to handle products with specific gravity ratings up to 1.9.
For more information, contact John J Pape, 535 N Midland Ave, Saddle Brook NJ 07663.
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