PIG™ Steel IBC Spill Containment Pallet

Holds (2) IBCs, 58" x 58" x 31.6", 363 gal. Sump Capacity
Powder-coated steel pallet provides secondary containment for IBC tanks.   Read More 

PRICING (Based on quantity)

$1,790.00 $1,700.00


Powder-coated steel pallet provides secondary containment for IBC tanks.
  • Made of long-lasting, heavy-duty steel; durable, powder-coated finish protects against rust and corrosion for long life
  • Pallet holds two stacked 330-gallon IBCs
  • Ideal for storing oils, lubricants, solvents and flammables; grounding lug included
  • Installed .75" drain lets you empty the pallet without needing to pump out the liquid from the top
  • Comes with removable grates and bucket shelf
  • Two-way forklift access


Holds (2) IBCs
Color Black
Dimensions 58" W x 58" L x 31.6" H
Load Capacity UDL 12000 lbs.
Sump Capacity 363 gal.
Brand PIG
Double-Stackable Unit Yes
Drain Includes .75" Drain
Fork Truck Access Two-Way Fork Access, Move Unloaded Only
Grates (2) 57" L x 28.5" W Grates
Use With Flammables Yes
Sold as 1 each
Weight 500 lbs.
Composition Powder-Coated 12 Gauge Steel
UNSPSC 24101905
Pigalog® Page Number Page 379


Additional Information

  • 40 CFR 112.7
    SPCC planning requirements state that facilities subject to these regulations must have written plans in place discussing the products, countermeasures and procedures that are in place, or will be taken by the facility to prevent discharge of oil into waters of the United States.
  • 40 CFR 122.26
    When applying for a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit, facilities must have a plan in place that describes actions, procedures, control techniques, management practices and equipment available to prevent illegal discharge of pollutants into waterways.
  • 40 CFR 264.175
    Hazardous waste containment systems must be free of structural cracks or gaps, be designed to keep spilled liquids from remaining in contact with the container, prevent run-on and "have sufficient capacity to contain 10% of the volume of the containers, or the volume of the largest container, whichever is greater."