Latching Drum Lid Draining Funnel DRM1212 at New Pig

  PIG™ Latching Drum Lid for Draining

For 55 gal. Steel Drums Bolt-Ring

The easiest way to drain filters, parts, and containers while staying in compliance with closed container regs.
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PRICING (Based on quantity)

1 - 4

$403.00

5 +

$387.00
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$403.00

The State of California mandates that the following statement is made in order to comply with the California Safe Drinking Water & Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986.

Chemical Known to Cause
Ethylbenzene Cancer
Toluene Birth Defect
Hexane Reproductive Harm

Features and Benefits

The easiest way to drain filters, parts, and containers while staying in compliance with closed container regs.

  • Latching design opens and closes with one hand for easy in-and-out drum access; no nuts, no bolts, no fuss!
  • Nitrile gasket and locking mechanism seal lid to help reduce vapor emissions and keep drum contents secure
  • Add a drum funnel screen (sold separately) for easy draining of waste liquids into open-head drums
  • Lid stays closed while filters or containers are draining to help you meet haz waste regulations; lid stays upright when open
  • Lockable to prevent unauthorized access
  • Durable, chemical-resistant powder coat helps ensure long service life
  • Multiple lid color options let you segregate drums

Quality and Certification Checks

Nobody beats the quality, engineering and performance of PIG. You won't find these products anywhere else!

Specifications

Style Hinged Lid w/ One-Hand Latch
Use With 55 gal. Steel Drums
Dimensions ext. dia. 23.75" x 6.75" H
Brand PIG
Drainage Space 5.75" H x 18" Dia. Draining Area
Drum Size 55 gal.
Drum Type Steel Drum
Drum Mounting Bolt-Ring
Padlockable Padlockable w/ .25" Shackle
Special Feature Draining
Sold as 1 per box
Weight 27 lbs.
New Pig Patent 5,931,330 ; 5,954,218
# per Pallet 20
Composition Funnel - Powder-Coated Steel
Lid Gasket - Nitrile
Bung Gasket - PTFE
UNSPSC 27112902
Pigalog® Page Number Page 292

Additional Information

  • Product Data Sheet (PDS)
  • 29 CFR 1910.106(e)(2)(i)
    Flammable liquids need to be stored in closed containers that are sealed by a "lid or other device" that does not allow liquids or vapors to escape.
  • 29 CFR 1910.22(a)
    All places of employment "shall be kept clean and dry and in a sanitary condition" and floors shall be kept clean and dry.
  • 40 CFR 261.4
    Helps you comply with 40 CFR 261.4 requiring excluded solvent contaminated wipes to be accumulated and stored in closed containers while they are managed onsite.
  • 40 CFR 262.15
    Satellite Accumulation Areas allow generators of hazardous waste to accumulate as much as 55 gallons of hazardous waste or one quart of acutely hazardous waste in containers at or near the point of generation. The container must be kept closed when not in use, must be under the control of the operator generating the waste and must be properly labeled.
  • 40 CFR 262.16(b)(2)(iii)
    Small and Large Quantity Generators of hazardous waste must keep hazardous waste storage containers closed, except when adding or removing waste from the container.
  • 40 CFR 262.17(a)(1)(iv)
    Small and Large Quantity Generators of hazardous waste must keep hazardous waste storage containers closed, except when adding or removing waste from the container.
  • 40 CFR 264.1086(c)(1)(ii)
    Level one containers must have closure devices that, "form a continuous barrier over the container openings." When these closure devices are in place, there can be, "no visible holes, gaps or other open spaces into the interior of the container."
  • 40 CFR 63.744(a)(1)
    Aerospace manufacturing and rework facilities must, "place used solvent laden (materials) used for cleaning in bags or other closed containers."
 

Reviews

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  • star star star star star By Lee 01/04/2021

    Great product

    "We use these (exclusively) for our Hazardous Waste Satellite accumulation drums. They easily latch down to keep flammable fumes from escaping, yet have nearly full openings for putting in large items like gallon cans and boxes. Ours are used hard. We fill an average of 6 to 10 drums per month, which is a lot of opening and closing, and the lids are usable for 10 to 15 months before we eventually break the hinge. (prior, similar, products lasted a max of 6 months before they were broken). The only negative I have is the shipping packaging. We have received several in damaged condition due to shipping damages (it's obvious that the container was broken when dropped or crushed during shipping). I have contacted PIG, and they have quickly replaced the product, but they really need to improve the cushioning of their package, which I have also discussed with them. Maybe the next one we get will have improved packaging!"

  • star star star star star By Michael 12/16/2020

    Latching Drum Lid

    "I have purchased several of these lately. They are much more sturdier and easier to mount/dismount on a drum than the other traditional latching drum lids. These are of a much more solid construction and can rest on top of a 55 gallon open head drum while being attached. These also have the option of adding a course screen for draining containers or sample jars."

  • star star star star star By Lee 05/22/2020

    Safely store your hazardous/volatile waste - and other uses!

    "This is not the first of these we've bought. We first bought our first one more than 6 years ago. With hard handling, they last about a year. With gentler handling (but that's hard to get with 3 shifts a day opening and closing, opening and closing them) they last a couple of years. When the welds finally give way and the lid is no longer attached, we place the funnel on drums of non-hazardous waste and continue using them. We also install the screens and use them for "drip drums", where a can of liquids that can't be disposed of in the regular trash can be turned over and drained, eventually allowing for the cans to be disposed of (we can't have any liquids in our trash to the local disposal sight). We then treat or dispose of the collected liquids in a waste stream that allows liquids. I could not do without these things."

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