Galvanized Beverage Tub – 9 Liters
by manufacturer Apromera
This Round Galvanized Beverage tub for shoe storage, planting plants, an ice bucket, beverage tub, or even a place to put hats and scarves at the front door. This would be an excellent addition to add to the bar at a wedding reception. It can hold up to 6 bottles of wine. It's lightweight and comes with easy carry handles. Our tubs are very high quality. Product quality is controlled at all stages of production. Bucket Inspirations: Wine tub, Beverage tub, Wedding favors, Wedding programs, Wedding decor, Hostess Gift, Hold plenty of towels for guest bath or beach house, Great size for collection of all those winter accessories, Newspaper holder, Magazine holder.
Min. Order Quantity:
40000 Piece/Pieces per Month
Product Name: Galvanized Beverage Tub
Capacity: 9 Litres (2 Gallons)
Diameter at top: Ø 36cm
Diameter bottom: Ø 28cm
Approx. Net Weight: 0.820g
Material: Galvanized steel 0.5 mm. ArcelorMittal (Steel Grade DX51 + Zn120).
Packing Quantity: 10 pcs
Color: Silver (Galvanised Silver Zinc)
1 Palette - 360 pcs
Delivery Detail: 25 days
Our competitive (technological) advantages
Galvanized Round Beverage Tub – 9 Liters / Production
Reliability and quality of production (tested by the time)
We produce Galvanized Round Beverage Tub of steel with a thickness of 0.45 mm. -0.50 mm. Such production is considered to be a standard quality. It is more resistant to deformation and outside influences.
Handles type №1. The handles of the Galvanized Round Beverage Tub is made of 0.55 – 0.55 mm steel. This increases the lifetime of products and their capacity.
Handles type №2. In the production of galvanized round tubs we use the handle of galvanized wire Ø 5 – 6mm.
We have abandoned the method of welding the handles with the casing. For connection of the handles with the casing we use galvanized rivets with a diameter of 5.00 mm which provides a considerable strength and lack of rust in the joints.
The most important thing. By assembly of the buckets we do not use welding (we have abandoned it), and specifically: seaming the casing and calendering the bottom of the buckets are made on the seaming machines (at the seaming spot 3-4 metal layers are made up, depending on the product type), which increases the strength and leakage protection of the articles. This process is called rolling.
Producers usually use welding joints which are less strong and prone to oxidation. Such buckets develop leakage very soon (This has been checked by test control).