Keep spills under control with our range of drum containment trays and pans. Drum spill trays catch leaks and drips at the source, helping keep slippery spills off the floor and helping you minimise costs and risks.
Whatever the size and material of the drum, whatever your goals – we have the right solution for your needs. Drum spill trays are the perfect spill containment solution for drums up to 55 gallons. You can even contain leaks and ruptures by storing a 55-gallon drum inside our 70-gallon sump container. For smaller containers, the Mini Drip Deck will catch leaks and drips. Looking for a spill containment solution that absorbs oils, coolants, solvents and water? Check out our absorbent pans.
Explore our space-saving solutions for drum storage, including the Poly Drum Rack & Stacker. This drum storage and dispensing system which offers sump protection in addition to catching dispensing leaks and spills. For extra convenience, select from our range of drum covers and utility trays.
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Take control of spills and leaks at the source with our drum spill containment trays and pans. Our products are designed and selected for use in production and manufacturing facilities, warehouses and more, so you can be sure you’re compliant with all the relevant Australian regulations. Read our FAQs for more information:
A drum spill tray is designed to be placed underneath a drum to catch messy drips and leaks and ensure your floors stay dry and safe. It is a secondary containment solution, which is a backup structure capable of containing a volume of liquid should the primary container fail.
Different spill containment solutions are designed for different applications. You can use universal absorbent pans for a wide range of liquids, including oils, coolants, solvents and water. There are also oil absorbent pans specifically designed to collect oil spills from drums.
Most trays are made from strong, light-weight polyethylene, which will not rust or corrode when they come in contact with most liquids. You can also choose steel trays to meet the compatibility of solvents, fuels and polyethylene-degrading liquids. These can also withstand extreme temperature and repeated forklift handling.
When choosing a spill containment tray, start by working out the required sump capacity. This is the volume of liquid that can be held in the collection area of a spill pallet or deck. Secondary containment units must contain 10% of the total volume of all containers or 100% of the largest container, whichever is the greater value.
At IQSafety, we’re proud to offer the highest quality drum spill trays and pans to businesses around the country. Wherever you’re based - including Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Darwin, Perth, Adelaide, Hobart and everywhere in-between - we’re confident we have the spill kits and absorbent products to ensure you’re prepared for any situation.