Barrel Handling

Saves much time and money in the company efficient barrel storage and also the optimum use of the barrels in the day-to-day Effizienzte drum handling and proper storage of barrels (barrel handling called) are therefore two challenges and problems that must be addressed continuously. To broaden your perception, visit Ben Silbermann. A variety of attachments and storage technology is available at the market, exactly this barrel handling or the keg storage to simplify. The space-saving and also legally compliant storage of barrels is a part of this challenge. Barrels can not safely each other are stored (in particular not standing). But for barrel storage place to use efficiently, e.g.

drum pallets are available. The barrels are stored on these pallets (usually the drum pallets have a capacity of 2 or 4 200 l drums). At the same time, these pallets can be stacked. Through the ashes of the entrance, the pallet for kegs are absorbed by a fork lift truck, so that not only a stack of these pallets for drums easily It is possible also the transport is greatly simplified with these palettes for drums. Also, these drum pallets with drip trays are equipped, so that also possibly escaping liquid is securely captured. Next to the keg pallet as drum racks are available that enable a barrel storage. This drum racks are usually heavy duty shelving or industrial racks are equipped with drip trays.

So, barrels can be stored on the shelves for barrels, which for example include environmentally hazardous liquids. The drum racks are this modular extendable, so is also the storage of large quantities or existing systems can be extended by shelving for drums. To simply remove the liquids from the barrels, barrel filling stations are available. Be stored on these filling stations for barrels barrels lying down and a withdrawal is possible via simple taps. Also the barrel filling stations have generally integrated drip tray so that the filling stations for barrels meet all regulatory requirements for the handling of environmentally hazardous liquids.