Compliant IBC Spill Containment
Majority of products DENIOS manufactures contain sumps which meet or exceed spill compliant requirements. But what does this really mean?
Compliant spill capacity is based on the EPA's 40 CFR part 264.175 (b), which states -(Always consult with your local Authority Having Jurisdiction regarding compliant chemical storage.)
Our IBC Tote Sumps and enclosures base sump volume primarily on storing 350-gallon totes, although we do offer sump models designed specifically for 250 and 550-gallon capacities. The most popular European size (1000 liters = 264-gallons) can also be placed on any of our standard sumps.
Safely store hazardous chemicals over our compliant IBC tote sumps. One and two tote designs offer you the flexibility to choose the right sump for your application. Our popular tote sumps designs are available in Polyethylene. Rugged design and poly construction assures long life even with exposure to many acids and caustics. New design protects IBC tote sumps from punctures and other damage while still providing easy access to bungs and valves.
This depends mainly on which material is to be stored on the spill pallet. In principle, the material of the collecting basin must be resistant to the material to be stored.
As a rule of thumb, if water-endangering substances and / or flammable liquids are adjusted, for example oils, varnishes or paints, one must choose a steel sumps. DENIOS offers mostgalvanized or varnished. Both variants are possible in principle.
For the storage of aggressive chemicals, such as acids and alkali,or are used. These are non-corrosive and therefore optimally designed for the storage of these substances.
If storage is permitted in water protection areas, the entire storage quantity must be able to be retained. In our assortment, you will find the right drip tray for small containers, or the right spill pallet for drums and IBCs for every possible application. As a decision-making aid, you can use our online guidebook. Our expert advisors are also able to help if there are questions or uncertainties.