Exciting new range from Actidrum


Workplace OH&S product specialist Actisafe has expanded Actidrum from a single product into an entire range of technologies to handle 200L drums and gas cylinders.

Actidrum, a Defence Department preferred supplier, now embodies outdoor drum storage units, flammable goods storage cabinets, gas bottle safety cages, drum funnels, drum bins and spill pallets.

Metal drum storage units are now manufactured for outdoor conditions and can be powder coated in a color to suit the client.

The product is manufactured in capacities to store one, two or four drums. It can also be configured to hold a single, 1000-litre polyethylene drum.

Flammable Goods Storage cabinets are rated to AS1940, AS3780 and AS2714 and have a double wall with 40mm air gap acting as a thermal barrier for added security and protection.

Gas Bottle Safety Cages are made of steel and provide secure storage of gas cylinders and are available in various sizes.

Polyethylene Drum Funnels are sized to perfectly fit the top of a 200-litre drum to provide a catchment area for any spilled liquid during the filling process.

Actidrum Drum Bins are made for IBC 1000L drums, which are placed inside for protection and bunding. These bins are manufactured with tune slots for use with forklifts and pallet jacks.

Actidrum Spill Pallets are ideal forr companies that handle drums with a relatively high level of frequency. Available in various sizes, these spill pallets are robust and meet all OH&S expectations in case of spillage.

Ph: 1300 852 397

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