DENIOS offers a wide range of spill pallets, containment bunds, sumps and spill trays for the safe storage of your pollutants. The use of a spill pallets prevents soil and water pollution when storing hazardous liquids.
The construction material of the spill bund should be chosen according to the product to be stored. That is why DENIOS offers steel, stainless steel and plastic spill containment pallets, bunds and trays.
DENIOS spill pallets offer protection for storing hazardous substances in accordance with HSE legislation.
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Spill Pallets for Safe Storage of Hazardous Materials
A spill pallet, often referred to as a ‘secondary containment system’. 'sump' or 'bunded pallet', comes in different sizes to make room for multiple containers which offer protection for the storing of water hazardous and flammable substances. The key function of bunded pallets is to catch the leaks and spills of the main container’s contents, often rested on top of it. DENIOS UK spill pallets come in a variety of categories to accommodate multiple containers of different sizes.
Everything in an intermediate bulk container (IBC) – from a spray can all the way up to a container holding 1,000 litres – can be filled with a hazardous substance including oils, cleaners, paints and release agents. All these substances can have a deadly impact on our environment, affecting water and other natural components.
The correct preventative measures must be taken in order to prevent them from entering and corrupting our ecosystem. A spill pallet is a first precaution to achieve that. With the widest range on the market, DENIOS UK spill containment pallets are an HSE complaint solution for any substance you may have on the factory floor.
Ensure workplace safety with a DENIOS UK bunded pallet
The correct spill pallet for your workplace will depend on the harshness of the chemical it is intended to hold. The materials that bunded pallets usually hold are typically caustic or corrosive substances. Hence, they are often made from either UV stabilised polyethylene or galvanised steel to ensure enhanced protection from harsh chemicals. In principle, the material of the bunded pallet which acts as a collecting tray has to be resistant to the material in storage.
For example, flammable liquids like oils, varnishes or paints, must be stored in a steel container. For this, DENIOS offers several steel bunded pallets which may be galvanised or varnished. On the other hand, for the storage of substances such as acids and alkali, non-corrosive polyethylene or stainless steel bunds must be used. DENIOS offers a wide range, which are optimally designed for the storing of these substances.
Select the most suitable spill pallet (steel, stainless steel or plastic) for the material to be stored. Choosing the right material for your collecting tray or bund is essential to ensure optimum resistance to the liquids stored.
DENIOS UK manufacture a wide range of bunded pallets to meet a variety of storage requirements, including but not limited to, simple drum storage and dispensing, internal transportation, IBC storage and bunded spill flooring for large areas. We also offer models which may be moved by forklift truck for easy transportation on site, as well as a wide range of spill trays for the safe storage of small containers.
Secure the storage of liquids with a drip tray
A drip tray consists of a solid steel, stainless steel or plastic tray with a grating for placing the drums on a clean surface. You can also choose a model without a grating, so that you can place your drums directly into the tank, but you risk soiling your containers more than when storing them on a surface.
Without a grating the drip tray collects liquids that have been spilled as a result of filling or decanting operations. Having a drip tray means that you can safely recover these spills, for example using absorbents, without the risk of soil or water pollution.
A DENIOS bunded pallet offers the necessary protection for storing water hazardous substances whilst maintaining a safe and clean working environment in accordance with UK legislation.
In the United Kingdom, according to the Oil Storage Regulations of 2001, a container of oil or fuel cannot be stored outside unless it is bundled in a secondary containment item, like a spill pallet. All the prospective leakage should be stored within the bund according to these regulations. It is also considered good practice to ensure that the secondary containment item is able to hold 110% of the largest container above, while it is not legally enforceable.
The Environmental Regulation PPG 26 guidelines for the storage and handling of drums and intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) were produced by the Environment Agency and Wales, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency and the Environment and Heritage Service in Northern Ireland. PPG’s guidelines give information and advice about storing oil and chemicals in (a) Small containers (b) Drums, up to 205 litres (c) IBCs up to 1000 litres. Following the Pollution Prevention Guidelines PPG 26 will ensure you reduce the risk of pollution from the site to land, surface waters and groundwater by taking care with the storage, maintenance and handling of drums and IBCs.
With the widest range on the market, a DENIOS spill containment pallet offers a compliant solution for any substance you may have on the factory floor. Our product finder function on the DENIOS UK website will help you choose the right spill pallet for your needs.
Spill Pallets - Quality You Can Rely On
The DENIOS range of spill pallets and bunds
We know from experience that the requirements of our customers vary greatly. Not only the type and quantity of the material to be stored, but also the price/performance ratio and additional equipment available must be taken into account.
To make it easier for you to choose, we have categorised all our spill pallets into three manufacturer's brands. This way, you can quickly find the right bund for your application. You benefit from more transparency, a clear product range and answers to your questions, whether you are a start-up or a large international company.
Denios Brand for Basic Equipment Needs.
Meets all the requirements for industrial use, with an attractive price.
Denios Brand for Cost-effective Performance.
Extensive, economically priced range.
Denios Brand for the Highest Demands.
Innovative manufacture, equipment and accessories, with EXTRA safety and service.
Which spill pallet or drip tray should you choose for your products?
It is important that your spill containment pallet is resistant to the stored chemicals it is protecting, in case of a leak or spill. DENIOS offers bunds in 3 different materials:
Steel Spill Pallets
In order to store flammable products in a spill pallet or bund, steel is the best solution thanks to its fire resistance.
Thanks to their resistance to bases and acids, you can store these dangerous products safely and in compliance with current legislation.
DENIOS offers you plastic spill bunds and pallets for drums, barrels and IBCs. Model choices include options such as: with integrated fork pockets or with flat bottoms for storage on pallets, with or without gratings, and models with integrated supports for placing a pallet with your drums directly on the pallet.
Why choose a DENIOS spill pallet?
DENIOS is the European market leader for the storage and handling of hazardous products.
Manufactured in Europe, with the the needs of the UK market taken into consideration, all DENIOS bunds and spill pallets are tested and for certified leak-proof tightness
Excellent quality due to robust construction for high load capacity
Wide range of options for storing drums or up to 3 x 1000 litre tanks on steel, plastic and stainless steel spill containment pallets.
Expert Guidance: The 7 biggest mistakes when emptying spill pallets
It is not uncommon for liquids to leak and it can happen at any time- even when somebody storing the container on a spill pallet has done everything right.
But what happens when there is a leak?
How do you get the liquid out of the collecting tray?
This is not as simple as it sounds: when emptying spill pallets, serious mistakes can happen.