Are you looking for drum spill containment products that meet or exceed the spill-compliant requirements? DENIOS offers a wide range of solutions for storing and handling 55-gallon drums, the most common industrial drum size in the US. We have the right product if you need poly or steel drum pallets, sumps, or enclosures. For more options, you can also check out our drum dispensing stations, drum spill pallets, and drum transport pallets. Browse our drum spill containment products today and find out how we can help you prevent and contain spills safely and effectively.
If you are looking for a reliable and easy way to buy sump pallets for your drum spill containment needs, you have come to the right place. You can browse and order from our selection of sump pallets for drums on this page. We have poly and steel sump pallets that can hold one, two, four, or eight drums, depending on your storage capacity and location. Our sump pallets are designed to meet or exceed the spill-compliant requirements and prevent leaks and spills from contaminating the environment. You can also use our online guidebook or contact our expert advisors for more help. Order your sump pallet today and enjoy the benefits of our quality drum spill containment products.
Spill Containment Pallet Capacity:
Compliant spill capacity is based on the EPA's 40 CFR part 264.175(b), which states - "The containment system must have sufficient capacity to contain 10% of the volume of containers or the volume of the largest container, whichever is greater." Therefore, Drum Pallets designed to hold 1, 2, 4, 6, or 8 - 55-gallon drums all require the same containment capacity - 55 gallons. (Always consult with your local Authority Having Jurisdiction regarding compliant chemical storage.)
Steel, Stainless Steel or Polyethylene Drum Spill pallet?
To answer the question of which type of drum spill pallet you need, you must consider the material you are storing on the spill pallet. The sump pallet material must be resistant to the material you are storing. Otherwise, it could corrode or leak.
A good rule of thumb is to choose a steel sump pallet if you are storing water-endangering substances or flammable liquids, such as oils, varnishes, or paints. These materials can damage poly/plastic sump pallets over time. DENIOS has a range of steel sump pallets that are either galvanized or painted. Both options are durable and spill-compliant and will ensure the safety of your employees and business.
On the other hand, if you are storing aggressive chemicals, such as acids and alkalis, you should opt for a poly/plastic or stainless-steel sump pallet. These materials are non-corrosive and can withstand the effects of these substances. DENIOS offers a variety of poly/plastic and stainless-steel sump pallets that suit your needs.
What should be considered when filling?
Filling your drums with liquids requires careful steps to ensure your safety and compliance. You need to observe all the safety precautions and protective measures that apply to the type of liquid you are storing. You must also use the right accessories and pumps compatible with the fluid and the drum. For example, if you are storing highly flammable liquids, you need to use explosion-proof materials, such as pumps, suction devices, or grounding cables. It would be best to observe the appropriate occupational safety measures when handling hazardous substances, such as wearing protective gloves, goggles, and clothing. By following these steps, you can fill your drums safely and effectively.