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Steel drip pans

If hazardous substances are to be stored safely and in accordance with regulations in drums, small containers or IBCs,  the Water Resources Act (WHG) and the Ordinance on Installations for Handling Substances Hazardous to Water (AwsV) recommend the use of sumps. But even when transporting hazardous substances within the company, you should not do without a specially designed mobile collection tray with castors and push handle.

Steel sump trays - safe storage and transport of hazardous materials

The type of hazardous material to be stored determines to a large extent which material you should choose when selecting a suitable sump tray. It is important to check the media resistance against DIN 6601. For the storage of water-polluting, flammable substances, we recommend collecting trays made of painted or galvanised steel. Galvanised sumps are more suitable for substances containing solvents, as plasticisers and solvents would attack the coating of the painted sump and destroy the corrosion protection required by the Steel Sump Directive (StawaR).

Steel sumps for every need

Before you decide to buy a collection tray, you should consider which model is suitable for your individual application. First and foremost, you should ask yourself what tasks the collection tray will ultimately have to fulfil. For example, it should already be clear how many and which containers are to be stored, whether the tray is to be used for storage or also for transport or filling, or whether larger areas need to be protected.  

For example, we offer steel collecting trays in various models and finishes (galvanised or painted):

  • Laboratory sumps
  • Small container trays
  • Drum trays
  • Pallet sumps
  • Shelf trays
  • Shelf insert tubs
  • Shelf insert tubs
  • Hazardous material stations
  • IBC sumps or large container sumps
  • Floor protection trays or surface protection trays
  • mobile sump trays with castors and push handle or mobile sump trays

 

The collection volume depends on the container size or the number of containers and usually starts at 60 litres, goes over 200 litre drum trays up to 1000 litre IBC trays. The capacity of our drum trays ranges from 1 drum to 10 drums. Our IBC drip trays can hold from 1 IBC/KTC up to 3 IBC/KTC.

Choosing the right size

When choosing a suitable drip tray, size is another important decision criterion. The provision of a sufficient collection volume is required by law. The sump must be able to collect at least 10 percent of the total storage quantity and the contents of the largest container. Much stricter guidelines are prescribed within water protection areas. Here, the collection tray must be able to retain the entire contents, i.e. 100 % of the stored hazardous substances.

Steel drip pans - conductive

Steel drip trays are made of non-flammable, conductive material and are therefore particularly well suited for the safe storage of flammable, combustible liquids in hazardous areas (Ex zones). We have perfected our steel sump trays with ground clearance (forklift pocket) for use in Ex zones and integrated a fixed connection option for potential equalisation. The great advantage: potential equalisation cables can be connected mechanically firmly and thus safely and can no longer be accidentally interrupted, as is the case with a loose terminal (caution: danger to life!).

Proof of usability / documentation for steel sumps

Steel sumps up to 1000 l, which are subject to the Steel Sump Directive (StawaR), are regulated construction products and receive a manufacturer's declaration of conformity in the form of an Ü mark. Steel drip pans that are larger than 1000 l or do not comply with the StawaR require a DIBt approval or an approval in individual cases by the lower water authority at the responsible district office. Our documentation for steel collecting trays therefore 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 from the StawaR on the requirements for 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 10025-2 or DIN EN 10028-2 at least 3 mm (stainless steel at least 2 mm)
  • Corrosion protection for catch basins according to DIN EN 10025-2 and DIN EN 10028-2 according to DIN EN ISO 12944-1, -4, -5 or a zinc coating according to DASt guideline 022
  • Media resistant according to DIN 6601
  • Weld seam test
  • Marking with Ü-sign

Steel drip pans - a summary:

  • tested, with Ü-sign or DIBt approval
  • high mechanical resistance
  • robust, long service life
  • for flammable substances
  • attractive price
  • not flammable
  • under-rideable
  • recyclable
  • conductive

So much for the topic: steel drip pans

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Steel drip pans

If hazardous substances are to be stored safely and in accordance with regulations in drums, small containers or IBCs,  the Water Resources Act (WHG) and the Ordinance on Installations for Handling Substances Hazardous to Water (AwsV) recommend the use of sumps. But even when transporting hazardous substances within the company, you should not do without a specially designed mobile collection tray with castors and push handle.

Steel sump trays - safe storage and transport of hazardous materials

The type of hazardous material to be stored determines to a large extent which material you should choose when selecting a suitable sump tray. It is important to check the media resistance against DIN 6601. For the storage of water-polluting, flammable substances, we recommend collecting trays made of painted or galvanised steel. Galvanised sumps are more suitable for substances containing solvents, as plasticisers and solvents would attack the coating of the painted sump and destroy the corrosion protection required by the Steel Sump Directive (StawaR).

Steel sumps for every need

Before you decide to buy a collection tray, you should consider which model is suitable for your individual application. First and foremost, you should ask yourself what tasks the collection tray will ultimately have to fulfil. For example, it should already be clear how many and which containers are to be stored, whether the tray is to be used for storage or also for transport or filling, or whether larger areas need to be protected.  

For example, we offer steel collecting trays in various models and finishes (galvanised or painted):

  • Laboratory sumps
  • Small container trays
  • Drum trays
  • Pallet sumps
  • Shelf trays
  • Shelf insert tubs
  • Shelf insert tubs
  • Hazardous material stations
  • IBC sumps or large container sumps
  • Floor protection trays or surface protection trays
  • mobile sump trays with castors and push handle or mobile sump trays

 

The collection volume depends on the container size or the number of containers and usually starts at 60 litres, goes over 200 litre drum trays up to 1000 litre IBC trays. The capacity of our drum trays ranges from 1 drum to 10 drums. Our IBC drip trays can hold from 1 IBC/KTC up to 3 IBC/KTC.

Choosing the right size

When choosing a suitable drip tray, size is another important decision criterion. The provision of a sufficient collection volume is required by law. The sump must be able to collect at least 10 percent of the total storage quantity and the contents of the largest container. Much stricter guidelines are prescribed within water protection areas. Here, the collection tray must be able to retain the entire contents, i.e. 100 % of the stored hazardous substances.

Steel drip pans - conductive

Steel drip trays are made of non-flammable, conductive material and are therefore particularly well suited for the safe storage of flammable, combustible liquids in hazardous areas (Ex zones). We have perfected our steel sump trays with ground clearance (forklift pocket) for use in Ex zones and integrated a fixed connection option for potential equalisation. The great advantage: potential equalisation cables can be connected mechanically firmly and thus safely and can no longer be accidentally interrupted, as is the case with a loose terminal (caution: danger to life!).

Proof of usability / documentation for steel sumps

Steel sumps up to 1000 l, which are subject to the Steel Sump Directive (StawaR), are regulated construction products and receive a manufacturer's declaration of conformity in the form of an Ü mark. Steel drip pans that are larger than 1000 l or do not comply with the StawaR require a DIBt approval or an approval in individual cases by the lower water authority at the responsible district office. Our documentation for steel collecting trays therefore 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 from the StawaR on the requirements for 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 10025-2 or DIN EN 10028-2 at least 3 mm (stainless steel at least 2 mm)
  • Corrosion protection for catch basins according to DIN EN 10025-2 and DIN EN 10028-2 according to DIN EN ISO 12944-1, -4, -5 or a zinc coating according to DASt guideline 022
  • Media resistant according to DIN 6601
  • Weld seam test
  • Marking with Ü-sign

Steel drip pans - a summary:

  • tested, with Ü-sign or DIBt approval
  • high mechanical resistance
  • robust, long service life
  • for flammable substances
  • attractive price
  • not flammable
  • under-rideable
  • recyclable
  • conductive

So much for the topic: steel drip pans

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Doch auch beim innerbetrieblichen Transport von Gefahrstoffen sollten Sie nicht auf eine speziell dafür konstruierte mobile Auffangwanne mit Rollen und Schiebebügel verzichten.

Auffangwannen aus Stahl - Gefahrstoffe sicher lagern und transportieren

Die Art des zu lagernden Gefahrstoffes bestimmt maßgeblich, für welches Material man sich bei der Wahl der passenden Auffangwanne entscheiden sollte. Dabei ist es wichtig, die Medienbeständigkeit anhand der DIN 6601 zu prüfen. Wir empfehlen bei der Lagerung von wassergefährdenden, entzündbaren Stoffen Auffangwannen aus lackiertem oder verzinktem Stahl.  Für lösemittelhaltige Stoffe eignen sich eher verzinkte Auffangwannen, denn Weichmacher und Lösungsmittel würde die Beschichtung der lackierten Auffangwanne angreifen und den in der Stahlwannen Richtlinie (StawaR) geforderten Korrosionsschutz zerstören.

Auffangwannen aus Stahl für jeden Bedarf

Bevor Sie sich für den Kauf einer Auffangwanne entscheiden, sollten Sie abwägen, welches Modell sich für Ihren individuellen Anwendungsfall eignet. In erster Linie sollten Sie sich fragen, welche Aufgaben die Auffangwanne letztendlich erfüllen muss. So sollte bereits geklärt sein, wie viele und welche Behälter gelagert werden, ob die Wanne zur Lagerung oder auch zum Transport oder zum Abfüllen eingesetzt werden soll oder ob größere Flächen geschützt werden müssen.  

So bieten wir beispielsweise Auffangwannen aus Stahl in verschiedenen Modellen und Ausführungen (verzinkt oder lackiert) an:

  • Laborwannen
  • Kleingebindewannen
  • Fasswannen
  • Palettenauffangwannen
  • Regalbodenwannen
  • Regal Einhängewannen
  • Regal Einlegewannen
  • Gefahrstoffstationen
  • IBC Wannen bzw. Großgebindeauffangwannen
  • Bodenschutzwannen bzw. Flächenschutzwannen
  • fahrbare Auffangwannen mit Rollen und Schiebebügel bzw. mobile Auffangwannen

 

Das Auffangvolumen richtet sich nach der Gebindegröße bzw. der Anzahl der Gebinde und fängt bei meist 60 Litern an, geht über 200 Liter Fasswannen bis hin zu 1000 Liter IBC Wannen. Die Kapazität unserer Fasswannen reichen von 1 Fass bis zu 10 Fässer. Unsere IBC Auffangwannen können von 1 IBC/KTC bis zu 3 IBC/KTC aufnehmen.

Die richtige Größe auswählen

Bei der Wahl einer geeigneten Auffangwanne gilt die Größe als ein weiteres, wichtiges Entscheidungskriterium. Das Bereitstellen eines ausreichenden Auffangvolumens wird vom Gesetzgeber gefordert. Die Wanne muss dabei in jedem Fall mindestens 10 Prozent der Gesamtlagermenge und den Inhalt des größten Gebindes auffangen können. Wesentlich strengere Richtlinien werden innerhalb von Wasserschutzgebieten vorgeschrieben. Hier muss die Auffangwanne den kompletten Inhalt, also 100 % der gelagerten Gefahrstoffe zurückhalten können.

Auffangwannen aus Stahl – leitfähig

Stahl Auffangwannen sind aus nicht brennbaren, leitfähigen Material und daher besonders gut für die sichere Lagerung von brennbaren, entzündlichen Flüssigkeiten in explosionsgefährdeten Bereichen (Ex-Zonen) geeignet. Wir haben unsere Auffangwannen aus Stahl mit Bodenfreiheit (Gabelstaplertasche) für den Einsatz in Ex-Zonen perfektioniert und eine feste Anschlussmöglichkeit für einen Potenzialausgleich integriert. Der große Vorteil: Potenzialausgleichskabel können mechanisch fest und somit sicher verbunden werden und können nicht mehr, wie bei einer losen Klemme, versehentlich unterbrochen werden (Achtung: Lebensgefahr!).

Verwendbarkeitsnachweis / Dokumentation für Auffangwannen aus Stahl

Auffangwannen aus Stahl bis 1000 l, die der Stahlwannen Richtlinie (StawaR) unterliegen, sind geregelte Bauprodukte und erhalten eine Übereinstimmungserklärung des Herstellers in Form eines Ü-Zeichens. Auffangwannen aus Stahl, die größer 1000 l sind oder nicht der StawaR entsprechen, benötigen eine DIBt Zulassung oder eine Zustimmung im Einzelfall durch die untere Wasserbehörde beim jeweils zuständigen Landratsamt. Unserer Dokumentation für Auffangwannen aus Stahl bestehen also 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 aus der StawaR über die Anforderungen an Auffangwannen aus Stahl 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 10025-2 oder DIN EN 10028-2 mindestens 3 mm (Edelstahl mindestens 2 mm)
  • Korrosionsschutz bei Auffangwannen nach DIN EN 10025-2 und DIN EN 10028-2 gemäß DIN EN ISO 12944-1, -4, -5 oder einer Verzinkung gemäß DASt-Richtlinie 022
  • Medienbeständig gemäß DIN 6601
  • Schweißnahtprüfung
  • Kennzeichnung mit Ü-Zeichen

Auffangwannen aus Stahl – eine Zusammenfassung:

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

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