Chemical storage made simple


In today’s complex world it’s refreshing to find simple environmental solutions to assist Australian industry.

A major problem for many companies in the past has been the storage of drums containing hazardous materials.

But the Hardcover Drum Bund from Spilldoktor now addresses this issue.

The new unit, which has evolved from the well-known “spill pallet” or “bunded pallet”, now offers a raft of new features. 

Firstly, the base is a sump capable of containing 240L (200L drum plus 20 per cent) for maximum storage and the weatherproof lid eliminates stormwater build-up in the bund.  This means it can be stored outside – in any weather.

The gas strut operation and double keyed locks make for ease of use and total security.

Polyethylene and stainless steel construction make the unit ideal for the storage of corrosive liquids, giving complete peace of mind.

Ph: 1800 DOKTOR (365 867)

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