Spill Pallet - 1 Drum - Bunded - 225 litre

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The 1-Drum Bunded Spill Pallet is suitable for holding 1 x 205L (44gal) drums and is the perfect solution for limited area drum storage.
The 1-Drum Spill Pallet is made from 100% corrosion free polyethylene with broadband chemical resistance. It has non-slip removable grates and meets EPA requirements.
Bunded Spill Pallet Specifications:
  • Length x Width x Height mm: 900 x 700 x 525
  • Sump litre: 225
  • Weight kg: 22
  • Load(UDL) kg: 300
Bunded Spill Pallet Features:
  • 100% corrosion free polyethylene
  • Non-slip removable grates
  • Broadband chemical resistance
  • Perfect for limited area drum storage
What is a Spill Pallet?
A Spill Pallet is a bunded secondary containment item that is designed to hold containers of oil and fuels, typically in either a 205 litre drum or in an intermediate bulk container. It is called a 'secondary containment item' because it is designed to catch the leaks and spill of the container's contents which rest upon it.
The secondary containment item must be able to hold 110% of the largest container above.Therefore if a person were to try to store 4 x 205 litres drums on the sump pallet, the sump pallet must be able to hold 225.5 litres of oil.
What is a Bund?
A bund is an embankment or wall of brick, stone, concrete or other impervious material, which forms the perimeter and floor of a compound and provides a barrier to retain liquid. Since the bund is the main part of a spill containment system, the whole system (or bunded area) is colloquially referred to as the ‘bund’. Bunds should be designed to contain spillages and leaks of liquids used, stored or processed above ground and to facilitate clean-up operations. As well as being used to prevent pollution of the receiving environment, bunds are also used for fire protection, product recovery and process isolation. 
Facilities that commonly have bunded areas include: 
  • Storage facilities for chemicals, pesticides or petroleum 
  • Electrical transformers containing oil and/or PCBs 
  • Facilities used to transfer stored liquids (such as transport facilities) 
  • Drum storage areas, either temporary or permanent 
  • Processing areas 
  • Wineries, breweries and milk processing plants 
  • Any other locations where spills are common, including transfer points, workshops, factories, service stations, wash bays, and other areas in which a material is transferred from its container.
Contact Reflex Equip today for expert advice and competitive pricing on the right Spill Pallet solution for your particular application.


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