50 Gal Stock Tank

SKU: FG424300BLA

The Rubbermaid Commercial Stock Tank is constructed of sturdy, weather-resistant structural foam.

  • Durable structural foam resists weathering and cracking
  • Seamless construction and reinforced ribbing for added durability and strength
  • Optional all-plastic anti-siphon float valve provides constant water level - Sold Separately
  • Made in the USA

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The Rubbermaid Commercial Stock Tank, 50 Gallon, has a sleek appearance and smooth black color. This 50 gallon stock tank features an easy-to-use drain and seamless structural foam construction that resists weathering and cracking for long use.

Features and Benefits:

  • Durable structural foam resists weathering and cracking
  • Seamless construction and reinforced ribbing for added durability and strength
  • Optional all-plastic anti-siphon float valve provides constant water level - Sold Separately
  • Made in the USA

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Length52.00 in132.08 cm
Product Width31.00 in78.74 cm
Product Height12.00 in30.48 cm
Product Weight23.50 lb372.27 kg
Upc00086876186024
Case Pack Length51.61 in131.10 cm
Case Pack Width30.98 in78.70 cm
Case Pack Height12.01 in30.50 cm
Case Pack Weight23.27 lb10.58 kg
Case Pack Quantity1
Ucc00086876186024
Packaging Length52.00 in132.08 cm
Packaging Width31.00 in78.74 cm
Packaging Height12.00 in30.48 cm
Packaging Weight23.27 lb372.27 kg
ColorBlack
Material TypePlastic
Country of OriginUSA

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