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We have a solution to your search for spill collector pans to reduce your environmental liability. First of all, we invite you to consider some questions:
1. Are you looking for the most economical
solution to handling of releases? This includes the costs over the life
of the collector pan, not just the initial purchase price. Does it make
dollars and sense to purchase a cheap open pan for around $5,000 and then
pay $20,000 per year, per pan, to handle pan clean-out labor and tainted
rainwater processing and disposal?
2. How long do you want these collector pans to serve? What weather or chemical exposure related degrading is expected? Chipping winter ice out of a plastic or fiberglass collector pan could definitely shorten their useful life.
3. How much hands-on worker maintenance are you willing to tolerate to keep these collector pans ready for service?
4. Are facilities already available
for holding and processing the tainted rainwater that collector pans will
patented Full System is for top loading and
unloading of a railroad tank car. This pan holds up to 500 gallons and
features a rolling lid and two outboard pans with Flip Flap lids. The
Center System is the basic spill pan between
the rails used primarily for bottom loading or unloading. The
Spill-Barrow (tm) is a small, roll-under spill pan for use under
tanker trucks to capture hose drainback . The Forklift
Transportable Spill Containment Pan can be used for either railroad
tank car loading or under tanker trucks. When closed, this model is designed
for easy movement and stacking by forklift. Our Open
Track Pans are designed with
many of the features of our patented models with the rolling raincover,
only the lids have been omitted. This model is recommended for transloading
areas that are under canopy roof or inside a warehouse. We also have a
beefed-up model track pan that can be driven over with heavy trucks and
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One of the major advantages of the TESI track pan design is that by using the end wall drainage system, in lieu of a center bottom drain, any solid residue deposited in the track pan is not washed down into the underground drain piping. Solid residue or blown-in sand can be removed with a shovel from the flat bottom of a TESI track pan.This design feature helps you avoid costly underground drainage piping plug-ups and the overflowing of hazardous tainted rainwater over the sides of the pan. Other company's designs do not have this positive, NPT connection feature nor do they have flat bottom pans that are easy to clean out with a squeegee or shovel.
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