Ultra-Hard Top Spill Pallets®

Twin IBC Hard Top

Comply with spill containment regulations while storing IBC tanks outdoors 

Store two IBC tanks outdoors and keep them safely out of the elements while providing enough containment to meet EPA and SPCC spill containment regulations. The covered containment will also help to meet the NPDES requirements.

Key Features: 
  • Uses same sump as Ultra-Twin IBC Spill Pallet
  • Unique, lockable, dual closure allows quick access to IBC tanks or drums
  • Heavy duty construction can handle up to 8,000 lbs. per side (UDL).
  • Roll-top covers can be easily lifted for routine visual inspection
  • Swing-out doors provide safety and convenience for loading / unloading tanks
  • Safely stores IBC tanks with maximum dimensions of 52" x 52" x 61".
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Ultra-Twin IBC Hard Top Spill Pallet

Part # Description Dimensions in. (mm) Uniformly Distributed Loads lbs. (kg) Containment Capacity gal. (L) Weight lbs. (kg) Data Sheet
1148 Twin IBC Spill Pallet, without drain 128 x 67 x 96 (3,251 x 1,702 x 2,438) 8,000 (3,629) UDL/side 535 (2,025) 1,067.0 (484.0)

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1149 Twin IBC Spill Pallet, with drain 128 x 67 x 96 (3,251 x 1,702 x 2,438) 8,000 (3,629) UDL/side 535 (2,025) 1,067.0 (484.0)

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Part # Description Dimensions in. (mm) Weight lbs. (kg)
1160 Bucket Shelf 19½ x 16 x 14½ (495 x 406 x 368) 10.0 (5.0)

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Chemical Compatibility

Care & Maintenance

Uniformly Distributed Load Explained

Frequently Asked Questions

Can the Twin IBC sump be taken apart for shipping/storage? 
Each side has two removable grates.  The sump ,however, is one piece and cannot be disassembled. 

 
Is the sump continuous or is it two separate compartments? 
The 535 gallon sump is continuous.  In other words, a spill from one side will eventually make its way over to the other side.  There is no barrier to separate the two sides.  It is important to note that chemicals stored on the Twin IBC Spill Pallet must be compatible.

 
Why are there so many different options for Bucket Shelves?  
Bucket Shelves use bulkhead fittings to return any spilled contents back into the sump.  The bulkhead fittings are installed at the factory prior to shipping the unit out so we need to know where Bucket Shelf(ves) will be located.  A Shelf may be added at a later date (after the unit has been received) but without the bulkhead fitting, any spillage will be "trapped" in the bottom of the shelf.

 

Can I move the Twin IBC Spill Pallet with IBCs on top? 
No.  IBCs, tanks, totes, drums and other items must be removed from the Pallet surface prior to moving it.

 

What is the size of the grating that each IBC sits on? 
Each side of the Twin IBC Spill Pallet has a usable surface that is 52" x 52".  This surface comprised of two removable grates that are each 26" x 52".


How does the Twin IBC Hard Top lock? 
There is a single point where the top "rolltop" door meets with the bottom "swing-out" doors. Please note that each side of each compartment requires its own padlock.  In other words, a total of four (4) padlocks are required to secure one Twin IBC Hard Top.

 

Is there a center wall that separates the compartments in the Twin IBC Hard Top or is it one large space for both IBCs? 
There is a center wall that separates the two compartments.

 

Can the Ultra-Twin IBC Hard Top support an IBC that has pedestal posts for legs, or just flat bottom IBCs? 
The Pallet has an 8,000 lb. per side capacity.  This is for uniformly distributed loads.  An IBC that is supported by pedestal post or feet focuses all of its weight on those feet.  If the dimensions of those feet is not large enough to properly displace the weight on the Spill Pallet’s grating, it could be an issue.  As a precaution, steel plates (at least 12" x 12") can be used under the feet in order to more evenly distribute the weight over a greater area.  If you have any concerns about your IBCs weight, please contact us at 800-353-1611 / 904-292-1611.

Regulations
  • 40 CFR 264.175
  • Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Act (SPCC)
  • 40 CFR 122.26