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IBC Spill Containment

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Our IBC Tote Sumps and enclosures base sump volume primarily on storing 350-gallon totes, although we do offer sump models designed specifically for 250 and 550-gallon capacities. The most popular size (1000 liters = 264-gallons) can also be placed on any of our standard sumps.

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IBC Tote Stands and Dispensing Stations

Safely dispense from IBC Totes on a platform over a 385-gallon spill containment sump

IBC Tote Stands raise IBCs to a convenient dispensing height, allow for easier access to drain valves, provide space for gravity dispensing into smaller containers, and accommodate most sizes of IBC Totes. These Stands are recommended to be used for the dispensing of non-hazardous materials but they can be combined with a DENIOS spill sump or pallet to collect small volume drips and spills for improved housekeeping, especially when using regulated or hazardous materials.

These Stands come in a variety of heights and poly construction. Custom stands also available upon request. They are shipped knocked down and can easily be assembled on-site.

Steel, Stainless Steel or Polyethylene?

This depends mainly on which material is to be stored on the spill pallet. In principle, the material of the collecting basin must be resistant to the material to be stored. As a rule of thumb, if water-endangering substances and/or flammable liquids are adjusted, for example, oils, varnishes or paints, one must choose steel sump. DENIOS offers most steel spill pallets galvanized or varnished. Both variants are possible in principle.

For the storage of aggressive chemicals, such as acids and alkali, poly/plastic or stainless steel spill pallets are used. These are non-corrosive and therefore optimally designed for the storage of these substances.

  • Drum dispensing stations
  • Poly Drum Dispensing Stations
  • IBC dispensing stations
  • Poly IBC Dispensing Stations

Safely dispense from IBC Totes on a platform over a 385-gallon spill containment sump. The extra depth of the dispensing platform allows clearance in the front of the IBC for the attachment of dispensing valves and hoses. Combine the Dispensing Platform, Splashguard, and Dispensing Stand to create customized storage and dispensing system.

Dispensing System

385-gallon sump volumes exceed EPA & UFC requirements

 Accessories include:

  • ¬†Splash guard: Protect workers and surrounding areas from dangerous chemicals.

  • Dispensing Stand: IBC Totes are elevated 20" and sloped forward 3 degrees to dispense efficiently

  • Dispensing Platform: This 73" deep platform gives 18" of space to dispense from IBC Totes safely into containers placed on dispensing ledge to catch any leaks or drip

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