Water can be stored safely in these water drums to a minimum
of 5 years using our water preserver concentrate. There are 2 screw on bung caps on
top of each drum, which can be easily removed using one of our bung
wrenches. This is for placement of the screw-on siphon pumps. (Siphon pumps
should not be left attached to the bung openings as a means of capping the
MORE WATER STORAGE INFORMATION.....HERE
All of our water drums are brand new, Heavy-Duty BPA (Bisphenol-A) FREE and FDA Food Grade approved. The opaque polyethylene, which our containers are made from have never been exposed to the Bisphenol-A that many plastics are made from and are perfect for providing long term bacteria free, fresh water.
55 Gallon Water Storage Drum Only
ADD WATER DRUMS TO CART FOR PICKUP ONLY - WATER DRUMS ARE NO LONGER BEING SHIPPED BY FEDEX, or UPS.
Due to the many excess charges being presented to us by these shipping companies, we are no longer shipping any of our water containers. Accessories are still shippable, however. Local delivery is limited to the Inland Empire only, and charges are based on distance from the city of Highland. Invoices may not reflect the true delivery charges - please call for further details.
You may pick up water drums in Highland, CA 92346 and all shipping charges will be reversed once arrangements have been made.
We apologize for the inconvenience
FOR PICKUP ONLY
Water Drum Only
Limited Time Sale
The water drum accessories below are discounted when purchased
with the water barrel. To purchase the preserver, bung wrenches, pumps, etc. without the water barrel you must click on their image to take you to their individual purchasing web page.
PREVIOUSLY "USED" DRUMS
We strongly suggest, that when buying water drums for storing water, you do not use containers previously used for food grade items. Many will tell you that it is ok to do so - however, no matter to what extent you try to clean these, they will NEVER AGAIN BE 100% FREE OF FOOD PARTICLES, as they will etch their way into the very fabric of the containers through the microscopic holes in the plastic, and are there forever to come back into you water supply. Bacteria and mold will have a playground to develop. Do you want to drink water that has set for 5 years in a previously used drum?
If this were not the case, then why wouldn't the food companies simply recondition them for more of the same type of food, instead of giving them away or selling them to vendors at a very cheap price?