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Drip Trays

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Drip Trays can be used to store liquids on workbenches, laboratory counters, or existing storage shelves for added protection. Available in stainless steel or poly.

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Drip Trays

Stainless Steel Spill Trays

Stainless steel drip trays are especially made for containing drips and spills from smaller volume containers commonly used in a wide variety of facilities and offer high protection when storing aggressive chemicals. Stainless steel pans are absolutely rustproof and are therefore ideal for storing liquids, such as acids or alkalis.

Stainless steel spill trays for small containers are available in four sizes. Compact stainless steel drip trays are ideal for storing small containers wherever they need to be used, or as a drip pan for drip losses. Store on/below workbenches, laboratory counters, or on existing storage shelves for added spill protection.

Poly Spill Trays

Made out of heavy-duty polyethylene construction, they are great for holding acids and corrosives. The ribbed bottom keeps cans, pails and other containers above small spills or leaks. They are nestable for easy storage and are available in four sizes for a variety of applications.

  • Spill Decks
  • Containment Berms
  • Snap-Up Berms
  • Concrete Berms

Whenever dangerous liquids are stored, unwanted dripping and spraying losses can occur during refilling and filling. Even the smallest amounts can already make a cost-intensive renovation of the subsoil necessary. With bottom collectors and elements from DENIOS, entire rooms or even partial areas can be made into approved warehouses.

Choose between steel and poly options. Steel Spill Decking is made out of heavy gauge galvanized steel. Poly Spill Decking offers a high resistance to acids, alkalis and oils and is available with galvanized or PE grids.

  • Simplifies maintenance and facility cleanup

  • Keeps spills from aisles and walkways 

  • Flexible, low-profile design accommodates any area

  • Easily relocated

  • Easy to install

DENIOS Poly Spill Containment Tray

  • Safe Storage of Oils, Coolants, Acid, Caustics and other aggresive liquids

  • Modern Design combined with high functionality and safety

  • Heavy-duty polyethylene construction

  • Chemically resistant and fully corrosion proof

  • Complianced with EPA, and OSHA requirements

  • Completely sealed, seamlessly processed, 100% liquid-tight

  • Easy to clean

  • With Grating

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