PIG Leak Diverters offer a low-cost temporary solution to high cost permanent repairs. They can help you take control of nuisance leaks by catching and re-directing water to a designated drain or collection container.
Wet weather can often happen without warning. And every roof, at one time or another will develop some type of leak. When that happens, you may be putting your people, equipment, inventory, or facility at risk. With a PIG Leak Diverter, you can redirect leaks and drips into a drain or collection container and away from what you can’t afford to lose. You can also keep diverters installed in hot spots where you know you’ll have leaks when bad weather hits.
One leaking pipe can shut down processes and idle production. A PIG Pipe Leak Diverter can help you keep the work flowing and cut downtime losses by harnessing the drips and spray and diverting the liquid. The pipe repair can wait until the job is done or you have a break in production.
Slip and fall accidents are the leading cause of OSHA-recordable injuries, racking up over 152,000 lost workdays every year and costing businesses millions in workers compensation.
According to OSHA, “The floor of every workroom shall be maintained in a clean and, so far as possible, a dry condition. Where wet processes are used, drainage shall be maintained, and false floors, platforms, mats, or other dry standing places should be provided where practicable.”
If you have a leaky roof or pipe, you probably have a slippery floor. PIG Leak Diverters can help you keep the floor dry and safe by catching the drips before they create a hazard — and you end up paying for a slip and fall injury.
Remember: If the liquid rains down from above, it’s cheaper to hang a PIG Leak Diverter than to pay for the consequences below.