Different types, different specs--the manufacturers make them to the buyers
requirements...like how many he wants to stack on top one another and
that.......DOT and international regulations......
If in doubt, suggest fill them with sand or even better, concrete......
From experience, they can hold 2000 pounds OK. If you are planning a lot
more, check with the manufacturer if it is more weight or a life type
situation. they may or may not give you that information. Drums are meant
to hold a product so they probably would not want to get into potential
liability for another use or a secondary use.
it's going to depend on the particular drum... some drums might be
bulkier than others.
We stack our drums three high, so the bottom drum is holding
(55 gal*8.2 lbs/gal) = 451lbs + weight of drum*2
beyond that, i can't help you.
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