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Stainless steel drip pans

Whether acids, alkalis, toxic chemicals and/or flammable substances - when it comes to storing aggressive media, special stainless steel drip pans are often used. The requirements in the field of operational hazardous materials storage are very extensive and pose a challenge to every company with regard to the safe storage of aggressive liquids.

Stainless steel drip pans - ideal for drums, small containers and IBC containers

The material to be stored is the decisive factor in determining which material is used for storage. DIN 6601 specifies the tested media and describes the corresponding resistance under the respective material numbers. Furthermore, the corresponding sump tray should always be suitable for the respective storage containers, which is why, in addition to IBC s ump trays, we also offer pallet sump trays for both chemical pallets (CP1 to CP9) and Euro pallets (EUP) in our range. We also have drum trays for different sized drums. You will find small container collecting trays and laboratory trays for all types of small containers of different sizes.

The right size of sump tray

When storing hazardous substances, the legislator always requires the provision of a sufficient collection volume. This means that a collection tray must necessarily collect and retain the entire contents of the largest container to be stored (can, bottle, canister, barrel, IBC, KTC, etc.), or at least 10% of the quantity stored above the collection tray. If storage takes place within water protection areas, the requirements for the collection volume are even more stringent. Here, the entire quantity of the stored liquids must be retained in the collection tray.

Tasks of a collection tray

Our stainless steel drip pans are made of high-quality, resistant material and have a particularly stable and safe construction. Optionally, a drip tray canbe equipped with a grating . As a rule, a stainless steel drip tray has practical fork pockets for under-riding by means of a pallet truck, ant or forklift.

Attention: The containers or the pallets must not protrude over the edge of the collecting tray, otherwise leaking liquids cannot be collected in the collecting tray.

Stainless steel drip pans - conductive

Stainless steel drip trays are made of non-flammable, conductive material and are therefore particularly well suited for the safe storage of aggressive, flammable and combustible liquids in hazardous areas (Ex zones). We have perfected our stainless steel sumps with ground clearance (forklift pocket) for use in Ex zones and have integrated a fixed connection option for a customer-side equipotential bonding.

The big advantage: Equipotential bonding cables are mechanically firmly connected and cannot accidentally slip off and unintentionally interrupt the equipotential bonding, as is the case with a clamp connection, for example.

Proof of usability / documentation for sumps made of stainless steel

Stainless steel sumps up to a sump volume of 1000 l are subject to the StawaR (Steel Sump Directive), are regulated construction products and receive a manufacturer's declaration of conformity in the form of an Ü mark. Collecting trays made of stainless steel, which have a collecting volume greater than 1000 l or which do not comply with the StawaR for other reasons, require a DIBt approval or an approval in individual cases. This is granted by the lower water authority of the responsible district office. Our documentation for standard stainless steel collection trays consists of:

  • Ü-sign or DIBt approval
  • Tank test certificate
  • Specialist company certificate according to WHG
  • External monitoring by the TÜV

Steel sump guideline (StawaR) - a short explanation

The StawaR was included as a technical rule in the building rules list of the DIBt. Here is an excerpt of requirements from the StawaR for stainless steel collection trays with a collection volume of up to 1000 l:

  • Height at least 50 mm and maximum 1000 mm
  • Base area max. 10 m² (single tray)
  • Maximum collection volume 1000 litres
  • Freeboard at least 20 mm -  with grating option, the freeboard must extend to the lower edge of the grating
  • Material thickness according to DIN EN 10088-2 at least 2 mm
  • Media resistant according to DIN 6601
  • Welding seam test
  • Marking with Ü-sign

Steel drip pans - a summary:

  • tested, with Ü-mark or DIBt approval
  • high mechanical resistance
  • high chemical resistance
  • robust, long service life
  • for flammable substances
  • attractive price
  • non-flammable
  • under-rideable
  • recyclable
  • conductive
Whether acids, alkalis, toxic chemicals and/or flammable substances - when it comes to storing aggressive media, special stainless steel drip pans are often used. The requirements in the field... read more »
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Stainless steel drip pans

Whether acids, alkalis, toxic chemicals and/or flammable substances - when it comes to storing aggressive media, special stainless steel drip pans are often used. The requirements in the field of operational hazardous materials storage are very extensive and pose a challenge to every company with regard to the safe storage of aggressive liquids.

Stainless steel drip pans - ideal for drums, small containers and IBC containers

The material to be stored is the decisive factor in determining which material is used for storage. DIN 6601 specifies the tested media and describes the corresponding resistance under the respective material numbers. Furthermore, the corresponding sump tray should always be suitable for the respective storage containers, which is why, in addition to IBC s ump trays, we also offer pallet sump trays for both chemical pallets (CP1 to CP9) and Euro pallets (EUP) in our range. We also have drum trays for different sized drums. You will find small container collecting trays and laboratory trays for all types of small containers of different sizes.

The right size of sump tray

When storing hazardous substances, the legislator always requires the provision of a sufficient collection volume. This means that a collection tray must necessarily collect and retain the entire contents of the largest container to be stored (can, bottle, canister, barrel, IBC, KTC, etc.), or at least 10% of the quantity stored above the collection tray. If storage takes place within water protection areas, the requirements for the collection volume are even more stringent. Here, the entire quantity of the stored liquids must be retained in the collection tray.

Tasks of a collection tray

Our stainless steel drip pans are made of high-quality, resistant material and have a particularly stable and safe construction. Optionally, a drip tray canbe equipped with a grating . As a rule, a stainless steel drip tray has practical fork pockets for under-riding by means of a pallet truck, ant or forklift.

Attention: The containers or the pallets must not protrude over the edge of the collecting tray, otherwise leaking liquids cannot be collected in the collecting tray.

Stainless steel drip pans - conductive

Stainless steel drip trays are made of non-flammable, conductive material and are therefore particularly well suited for the safe storage of aggressive, flammable and combustible liquids in hazardous areas (Ex zones). We have perfected our stainless steel sumps with ground clearance (forklift pocket) for use in Ex zones and have integrated a fixed connection option for a customer-side equipotential bonding.

The big advantage: Equipotential bonding cables are mechanically firmly connected and cannot accidentally slip off and unintentionally interrupt the equipotential bonding, as is the case with a clamp connection, for example.

Proof of usability / documentation for sumps made of stainless steel

Stainless steel sumps up to a sump volume of 1000 l are subject to the StawaR (Steel Sump Directive), are regulated construction products and receive a manufacturer's declaration of conformity in the form of an Ü mark. Collecting trays made of stainless steel, which have a collecting volume greater than 1000 l or which do not comply with the StawaR for other reasons, require a DIBt approval or an approval in individual cases. This is granted by the lower water authority of the responsible district office. Our documentation for standard stainless steel collection trays consists of:

  • Ü-sign or DIBt approval
  • Tank test certificate
  • Specialist company certificate according to WHG
  • External monitoring by the TÜV

Steel sump guideline (StawaR) - a short explanation

The StawaR was included as a technical rule in the building rules list of the DIBt. Here is an excerpt of requirements from the StawaR for stainless steel collection trays with a collection volume of up to 1000 l:

  • Height at least 50 mm and maximum 1000 mm
  • Base area max. 10 m² (single tray)
  • Maximum collection volume 1000 litres
  • Freeboard at least 20 mm -  with grating option, the freeboard must extend to the lower edge of the grating
  • Material thickness according to DIN EN 10088-2 at least 2 mm
  • Media resistant according to DIN 6601
  • Welding seam test
  • Marking with Ü-sign

Steel drip pans - a summary:

  • tested, with Ü-mark or DIBt approval
  • high mechanical resistance
  • high chemical resistance
  • robust, long service life
  • for flammable substances
  • attractive price
  • non-flammable
  • under-rideable
  • recyclable
  • conductive
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Die Anforderungen im Bereich der betrieblichen Gefahrstofflagerung sind sehr umfangreich und stellt jedes Unternehmen hinsichtlich der sicheren Lagerung aggressiver Flüssigkeiten vor eine Herausforderung.

Auffangwannen aus Edelstahl - ideal für Fässer, Kleingebinde und IBC-Behälter

So bestimmt der zu lagernde Stoff maßgeblich, auf welches Material bei der Lagerung zurückgegriffen werden muss. In der DIN 6601 sind die geprüften Medien benannt und die entsprechende Beständigkeit unter den jeweiligen Werkstoffnummern beschrieben. Weiterhin sollte die entsprechende Auffangwanne in jedem Fall für die jeweiligen Lagerbehälter geeignet sein, daher bieten wir Ihnen neben IBC Auffangwannen auch Palettenauffangwannen, sowohl für Chemiepaletten (CP1 bis CP9) als auch für Europaletten (EUP), in unserem Sortiment an. Wir führen weiterhin Fasswannen für verschieden große Fässer. Kleingebindeauffangwannen und Laborwannen finden Sie bei uns für jegliche, unterschiedlich große Kleingebinde.

Die richtige Größe der Auffangwanne

Der Gesetzgeber fordert bei der Lagerung von Gefahrstoffen stets das Bereitstellen eines ausreichenden Auffangvolumens. Dies bedeutet, dass eine Auffangwanne zwangsläufig den gesamten Inhalt des größten zu lagernden Gebindes (Dose, Flasche, Kanister, Fass, IBC, KTC usw.), beziehungsweise mindestens 10 % der über der Auffangwanne gelagerten Menge, auffangen und zurückhalten muss. Wird innerhalb von Wasserschutzgebieten gelagert, so werden die Anforderungen an das Auffangvolumen sogar noch einmal verschärft. Hier muss die gesamte Menge der gelagerten Flüssigkeiten in der Auffangwanne zurückgehalten werden.

Aufgaben einer Auffangwanne

Unsere Auffangwannen aus Edelstahl bestehen aus hochwertigem, widerstandsfähigem Material und verfügen über eine besonders stabile und sichere Konstruktion. Optional kann eine Auffangwanne mit einem Gitterrost ausgerüstet werden. In der Regel hat eine Auffangwanne aus Edelstahl praktische Gabeltaschen zur Unterfahrbarkeit mittels Hubwagen, Ameise oder Gabelstapler.

Achtung: Die Gebinde bzw. die Paletten dürfen nicht über den Rand der Auffangwanne überstehen, auslaufende Flüssigkeiten können sonst nicht in der Auffangwanne aufgefangen werden.

Auffangwannen aus Edelstahl – leitfähig

Edelstahl Auffangwannen sind aus nicht brennbaren, leitfähigen Material und daher besonders gut für die sichere Lagerung von aggressiven, brennbaren und entzündlichen Flüssigkeiten in explosionsgefährdeten Bereichen (Ex-Zonen) geeignet. Wir haben unsere Auffangwannen aus Edelstahl mit Bodenfreiheit (Gabelstaplertasche) für den Einsatz in Ex-Zonen perfektioniert und eine feste Anschlussmöglichkeit für einen kundenseitigen Potentialausgleich integriert.

Der große Vorteil: Potentialausgleichskabel werden mechanisch fest verbunden und können nicht mehr, wie zum Beispiel eine Klemmverbindung, versehentlich abrutschen und den Potentialausgleich ungewollt unterbrechen.

Verwendbarkeitsnachweis / Dokumentation für Auffangwannen aus Edelstahl

Auffangwannen aus Edelstahl bis zu einem Auffangvolumen von 1000 l, unterliegen der StawaR (Stahlwannen Richtlinie), sind geregelte Bauprodukte und erhalten eine Übereinstimmungserklärung des Herstellers in Form eines Ü-Zeichens. Auffangwannen aus Edelstahl, die ein Auffangvolumen größer 1000 l haben oder aus anderen Gründen nicht der StawaR entsprechen, benötigen eine DIBt Zulassung oder eine Zustimmung im Einzelfall. Diese wird durch die untere Wasserbehörde von dem jeweils zuständigen Landratsamt erteilt. Unserer Dokumentation für Standardauffangwannen aus Edelstahl bestehen aus:

  • Ü-Zeichen oder DIBt Zulassung
  • Wannenprüfzeugnis
  • Fachbetriebsbescheinigung nach WHG
  • Fremdüberwachung durch den TÜV

Stahlwannen Richtlinie (StawaR) – eine kurze Erklärung

Die StawaR wurde als technische Regel in die Bauregelliste des DIBt aufgenommen. Hier ein Auszug von Anforderungen aus der StawaR an Auffangwannen aus Edelstahl mit einem Auffangvolumen bis 1000 l:

  • Höhe mindestens 50 mm und maximal 1000 mm
  • Grundfläche max. 10 m² (Einzelwanne)
  • Auffangvolumen maximal 1000 Liter
  • Freibord mindestens 20 mm -  bei Option Gitterrost muss das Freibord bis Unterkante Gitterrost reichen
  • Materialstärke nach DIN EN 10088-2 mindestens 2 mm
  • Medienbeständig gemäß DIN 6601
  • Schweißnahtprüfung
  • Kennzeichnung mit Ü-Zeichen

Auffangwannen aus Stahl – eine Zusammenfassung:

  • geprüft, mit Ü-Zeichen oder DIBt Zulassung
  • hohe mechanische Beständigkeit
  • hohe chemische Beständigkeit
  • robust, lange Lebensdauer
  • für entzündliche Stoffe
  • attraktiver Preis
  • nicht brennbar
  • unterfahrbar
  • recycelbar
  • leitfähig
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