Spillpallet for the safe contained storage of two bunded drums. With a sump capacity of 250 litres, this quality Spillpallet can safely store up to two 200 litre drums whilst conforming to all current UK oil storage legislation. The removable deck keeps containers clear of contamination, allows spills and leaks to collect in the sump and ensures quick and easy cleaning.
- For the safe contained storage of up to two 200 litre drums
- Designed to fit most common IBC Footprints, these units have fork-lift pockets to aid movement when empty
- Manufactured from tough, durable, chemical resistant, lightweight polyethylene, a one piece moulded unit with removable deck for ease of cleaning
- This spill pallet conforms to all current UK oil storage legislation
Dimensions: 130cm (w) x 75cm (d) x 44cm (h)
Sump Capacity: 250 litres
Maximum Load: 650kg
Available to purchase with a Framed Cover. The Spillpallet with a Framed Cover is the ideal solution for any issues with outdoor storage of spill pallets; whether it is dealing with weather issues or oil storage regulations. (product code: BPFE2/FRCO)
Did you know?
All oil containments must be stored in a bunded area or in a drip tray (sump pallet). This is mandatory and it is an offence not to comply in any situation where you are storing oil or fuel outdoors. The sump pallet must be sufficient to contain 100% of the maximum contents of the oil or fuel container / drum or vessel. Where more than one container is being stored the bund should be capable of storing 110% of the largest container or 25% of the total storage capacity - whichever is the greater.
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Feature Value Brand Fentex Dimensions (L) x (W) x (H) 130 x 75 x 44cm
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