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Safe way to store dangerous goods

28-02-2011
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For many transport and logistics companies the handling and storage of dangerous goods (DGs) is a an ongoing problem – particularly with the new ADG code in force.

While all liquids must be bunded, it is also critical that non-compatible liquids are bunded in separate compounds.

A retrofit solution is now available in the popular F4 bund system by Spilldoktor.

This bund is available in two standard profiles – one standard profile and a ramped profile for traffic access.

These two profiles can be combined to make an effective compound in any existing warehouse. They can also be installed to create several adjoining compounds for incompatible liquids.

Available in standard lengths and complete with installation accessories and instructions, this product packs well for economical shipping to even the most remote locations.

F4 bund is installed very simply and is a great alternative to concrete kerbing or bricks.

The bund is sealed to the floor with a chemical safe sealant, and secured for peace of mind with masonry anchors supplied.

Spilldoktor
Ph: 1800 DOKTOR (365 867)
www.spilldoktor.com

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