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Stackable Drum Racks and Spill Sumps Prevent Chemical Spills

Pallet rack spill containment sumps from DENIOS catch spills and drips associated with liquid storage and dispensing, keeping the area neat and safe. Containment sumps positioned beneath the drum rack are manufactured of heavy gauge steel which is galvanized for long service life with an aesthetic, rust-free appearance. They feature fully welded frame construction for durability, with sump welds 100 percent inspected with low-viscous test to ensure leak tightness. A forklift pocket allows sumps to be moved easily.

Sumps are sized to meet or exceed OSHA, EPA, NFPA, UFC, and other requirements.    Galvanized steel grating provides secure platform for vertical drums. Poly sump liners are available for highly corrosive liquids. Versatile designs and configurations allow the vertical or horizontal storage of drums, pails, and small containers, as well as IBC totes, and more.

Manufactured in the U.S. with industry leading lead-times, DENIOS Pallet Rack Sumps and Inserts are ideal for the storage of all types of liquids, including those that are highly corrosive.

For more information, visit https://www.denios-us.com.

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