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Here’s a product right out of the box

25-11-2010
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Drum handling specialists CCR Plascon has developed an isolation storage unit ideal for the transport of incompatible goods on the same vehicle.

The purpose built Segbox segregation boxes can be used to transport dangerous goods that must be either transported or stored in close proximity to other chemicals.

Segbox has practical design features for ease of handling, loading and longevity.

It complies to the Australian Dangerous Goods Code for segregation of packaging group II and III chemicals.

Segbox can also be used for transportation and/or isolation of foodstuffs, detergents and non-dangerous goods where closed packaging could pose a problem.

Features and benefits include:

• Ample clearance for 200L drums on pallet and 1000L Bulkie Boxes (IBCs)
• Four way forklift access
• Designed for ease of handling when laden
• Stackable design
• All steel construction, high impact
• tolerance.
• Approved drop test design 

Segboxs have been designed to fit back-to-back on a standard two pallet wide truck without gates. It can also be positioned side-by-side with two incompatible  chemical products. 

CCR Plascon
Ph: 08 9493 5677

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