Safety for employees and nature

Transport and storage of water endangering substances

Information on sump capacity required:

A sump tray has to collect 10 % of the stored liquid quantity, however, at least the quantity of the largest container.

Example:
20 canisters à 20 l = 400 litres here applies: 10 % of the total quantity = 40 litres

Example 2:
10 canisters à 20 l + 1 barrel with 200 l = 400 litres here applies: at least largest container = 200 litres

This calculation is a non-binding rule of thumb for containers up to 1000 litres located outside of water protection areas (here 100 % have to be collected) and can vary depending on the type of substance.

Information on sump capacity required:

A sump tray has to collect 10 % of the stored liquid quantity, however, at least the quantity of the largest container.

Example:
20 canisters à 20 l = 400 litres here applies: 10 % of the total quantity = 40 litres

Example 2:
10 canisters à 20 l + 1 barrel with 200 l = 400 litres here applies: at least largest container = 200 litres

This calculation is a non-binding rule of thumb for containers up to 1000 litres located outside of water protection areas (here 100 % have to be collected) and can vary depending on the type of substance.

Approval of our safety sumps

Basically, the law applies, et al. German Water Resources Act (WHG) or the Chemicals Act (ChemG). Almost every KIGA sump tray is approved by Deutsches Institut für Bautechnik (German Institute for structural Engineering) and may be labelled with the compliance mark (RCM).

Safety sumps

Collecting-tray with DIBt-license
(20L, 50L and 140L)

Tray for shelf unit with or without grate
(30L - 40L)

Plastic or galvanised collecting-tray
(820 x 1.220 mm)

Collecting-tray with feet
(820 x 1.220 mm)

Collecting tray with skids
(820 x 1.220 mm)

Collecting-tray with wheels and handhold
(820 x 1.220 mm)