Drip Trays are extremely versatile and can be used for storage and containment applications in hundreds of situations. The large range of sizes available means there is a Drip Tray for almost every scenario when you need to catch drips and leaks from components or machinery, or store drums or containers safely. For example, use Drip Trays under machinery, vehicles and plant to safely catch and contain any drips and leaks.
For safer, more convenient use line the Drip Tray with absorbent material. To suit a range of applications, general purpose, oil & fuel and chemical absorbent rolls are available and can be used to line all of the drip trays.
Keeping contamination off the floor is the first rule in spill control, and Drip Trays are the ideal solution for this as they effectively catch drips from leaking machinery, drums, equipment or messy manufacturing jobs. Drip Trays are popular amongst a wide range of industries, including plastic production, the motor trade, metal working, hydraulic machinery, the food industry, printing and the transport industry.
Dimensions: 120cm (l) x 55cm (w) x 4cm (h)
Capacity: 28 litres
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Feature Value Dimensions (L) x (W) x (H) 37.5 x 23 x 6cm
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Customer Questions & Answers about the Extra Long Drip Tray answered by our expert team.Do you have any extra long drip trays deeper than 4cm?
Date: 25/10/2012 |Hello Brian
Thanks for your enquiry, we have a a drip tray which is not quite as long (100cm as opposed to 120cm)
Dimensions of this drip tray are Length, 100cm x width, 55cm x depth, 15cm, with a 40 litre capacity. (so 15 cm deep) click link http://www.direct365.co.uk/supplies/large-deep-drip-tray
D365 Product TeamHi Guys, What material are your drip trays made from? I'm hoping it's steel...Date: 28/10/2012 |Hello Kirk
Thanks for your enquiry, sorry to disappoint you but the drip trays are not made from steel, the majority of the trays are made from recycled polypropylene, the spill trays including removable grids are made from polyetherlene, which are all types of tough plastic.
D365 Product Team