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PostPosted: Mar 16th, '12, 14:07 
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I have a used ibc (2005) with no bottom valve or end cap. The thread is not 2" BSP male, there are only 3 very large threads, can anyone identify the thread and where I may get an end cap. Also what is the 1/2" female thread where the valve used to sit back from the end cap thread?
Need a plug for this also. Any help appreciated


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 Post subject: Re: Hardware
PostPosted: Jul 26th, '12, 06:17 
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Depends where you are, if Australia go to an irrigation or farm supply co op and ask them. I just got one to go on the valve with 40 mm male fitting for a cap. You can also get female ends for a plug. Not cheap.

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There are a few places around that supply parts..

http://www.spacepac.com.au/Brochures/DS ... 3pg_np.pdf

http://www.tankmanagement.com.au/conten ... -parts.seo

http://www.industrialpackaging.com.au/i ... ories.html

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