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A Superior Secondary Containment Solution

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Spill Trays are a secondary containment solution that can be used across a multitude of applications. With a wide range of sizes, they are ideal for catching minor leaks and spills in the workplace and storing smaller drums and containers.

Compact and lightweight, they can fit into small areas and are robust and easy to clean. Use them to:

  • Store motor oil, paint, used print cartridges or a range of compatible fluids

Romold have a variety of spill trays ideal for housing a comprehensive range of storage options and capable of holding 8ltr to 145ltr of liquid. Several of our trays also include grids to ensure containers are devoid from touching spilt liquid.

  • Catch drips or spills from machinery

Our low profile trays are ideal for limited height applications. It is imperative that the floor of your workplace is not contaminated so trays are a great way to catch drips from machinery or messy jobs. They can safely house any spilt liquid until there is a chance for clean-up. Should the tray be full and difficult to empty, remember to use a suitable absorbent to soak up the liquid.

  • Transport stored liquids from one area to another

Our ST66WH multi-use mobile spill tray comes with a stainless steel handle, removable grid and four 50mm swivel castors making the transportation of liquids safe and easy. Additionally, the ST70 ridged spill tray has integral legs, enabling a pallet truck to fit underneath allowing for the safe movement of the tray.

Our rotationally-moulded polthylene spill tray range has wide broadband chemical compatibility, making them an ideal solution for the safe storage of a range of liquids. Additionally, the trays are fully recyclable.

Find out more today by visiting our website or contacting our UK and Ireland Sales manager, Sandra Geddes who is expertly placed to discuss product recommendations. Alternatively, why not download our latest catalogue below for information on our wider range of products?


Written by Mairi Beaver.

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