Spill Pallet with 4 way forklift access for 8 drums
This fully compliant spill pallet has 4 way forklift truck access to make positioning and moving as easy as possible. This model is designed to hold 8 x 205ltr drums. Comes complete with a removable plastic grid for easy cleaning and it has heavy duty load capacity.
IBC Spill Pallet for 1 x 1000 ltr IBC (With Removable Deck) - 1100 litres
An excellent addition to the safe storage of IBCs on your site. Manufactured from polyethylene this IBC spill pallet is light-weight and very durable. Removable decking is provided for easy cleaning and integral fork pockets mean it can be quickly and easily moved around your site.
IBC Spill Pallet (With 4 Way FLT access for 1 x 1000 ltr IBC)
Manufactured from medium density polyethylene this robust spill pallet has 4-way fork lift access and an integral tray to catch drips from the IBC tap. The unit also comes complete with a removable plastic mesh deck, has broad range chemical compatibility and as you would expect fully complies with all the UK Oil Storage Regulations.
Recycled Polyethylene IBC Spill Pallet (With 4-way FLT Access)
Manufactured from recycled polyethylene this robust spill pallet has 4-way forklift access and an integral tray to catch drips from the IBC tap. The unit also comes complete with a removable plastic mesh deck, has broad range chemical compatibility and as you would expect fully complies with all the UK Oil Storage Regulations.
IBC Spill Pallet For 2 x 1000 litres IBCs Removable Deck
Designed to stack (14 units without grid mesh decks; 8 with) and minimise transport costs, this double IBC spill pallet accommodates 2 x 1000 ltr IBCs side by side on a plastic grid mesh deck; which can easily be removed for access to the sump.
IBC Spill Pallet for 1 x 1000 ltr IBC Deck
This IBC spill pallet is fully compliant with the UK 110% bund regulation and is specifically designed for use with most common footprints of 1000ltr intermediate bulk containers (IBC). The integral support columns have been modified to accommodate a grid-mesh (optional) which should be used when working with an IBC with a metal pallet base; otherwise, you can still sit the IBC directly onto the support columns.