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Justrite 28611 EcoPolyBlend Spill Control Pallets

Justrite 28611 EcoPolyBlend Spill Control Pallets
Item# 28611
$1,262.18
Availability: In Stock
(28610):2 drum 72 Gallon 47.25" x 31.5" x 16.3125" Blue.

(28611):2 drum 72 Gallon 47.25" x 31.5" x 16.3125" Galvanized.

(28612):4 drum in-line 102 Gallon 94.125" x 31.5" x 13.0625" Blue.

(28613):4 drum in-line 102 Gallon 94.125" x 31.5" x 13.0625" Galvanized.

(28614):4 drum square 77 Gallon 47.25" x 471/4" x 13.0625" Blue.

(28615):4 drum square 77 Gallon 47.25" x 47.25" x 13.0625" Galvanized.

The first and only spill control line made of recycled polyethylene!

Eco-friendly pallets are made of up to 100% recycled polyethylene, making them twice as good for the environment! They not only protect against groundwater contamination, they also utilize post-industrial material that might have otherwise been discarded into the waste stream.

Quality engineered with a robust design, pallets withstand the toughest environments for superior spill control. Durable, UV-protected EcoPolyBlend™ polyethylene is nearly impervious to chemical attack from hazardous acids, caustics and solvents. Seamless construction eliminates leaks even if a 55-gallon (200L) drum fails and completely empties its contents.

Fully compliant, Justrite® EcoPolyBlend™ Pallets feature oversized leakproof sumps that meet or exceed regulations.

Sturdy, removable grates are nearly 2-1/2" (64mm) thick for superior crack resistance. Self-locating, they reduce the chance of grate "ride-up" and remove for quick sump inspection and cleaning.

Two drum and 4-drum square pallets include wide forklift pockets for easy relocation. Square pallet may be equipped with an optional Ramp to facilitate loading and unloading of heavy drums.

Meets or Exceeds

EPA 40 CFR 264.175

NFPA 1 the Uniform Fire Code 60.3.2.10

International Fire Code 2704.2.3

Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) Compliant

NFPA 30 9.13.1 and OSHA 29 CFR 1910.106(e)(2)(iii)
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