Ultra-Spill Pallets®

Nestable Model

Low-profile, nestable spill pallet reduces shipping costs and storage space
  • Large 66-gallon sump captures leaks and spills from steel or poly drums (4 drum capacity).
  • Nestable design allows multiple spill pallets to be shipped (or stored) in a minimal amount of space.
  • 100% polyethylene construction – compatible with a broad range of chemicals including acids and corrosives.
  • Low-profile (10”height) makes drum handling safer and easier.
  • 2-Way forkliftable – provides easy positioning and relocation.
  • Meets SPCC and EPA Container Storage Regulation 40 CFR 264.175 Spill Containment Regulations.

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Ultra-Spill Pallet P4 Nestable Model

Part # Description Dimensions in. (mm) Uniformly Distributed Loads lbs. (kg) Containment Capacity gal. (L) Weight lbs. (kg) Data Sheet
1230 4-Drum Spill Pallet, without drain 51 x 51 x 10 (1295 x 1295 x 254) 6,000 (2,722) 66 (250) 80.0 (36.0)

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1231 4-Drum Spill Pallet, with drain 51 x 51 x 10 (1295 x 1295 x 254) 6,000 (2,722) 66 (250) 80.0 (36.0)

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Options

Part # Description Dimensions in. (mm) Weight Capacity lbs. (kg) Data Sheet
0676 Loading Ramp 55½ x 28½ x 8¾ (1410 x 724 x 222) 43 (19.5)

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1006 Pullover Cover

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Chemical Compatibility

Care & Maintenance

Frequently Asked Questions

How many of these pallets can ship in a single stack?
Thirty-two (32) of the Nestable Model's sumps will stack in a High Cube Container.  The grates ship on their own separate 40x48 pallet.


Is the Spill Pallet Nestable Model forkliftable?
Yes, it can be forklifted or pallet jacked from two sides.


Can I add a drain to my Spill Pallet after its been purchased/delivered?
Yes, there are two different ways that it can be done.  Both are easy to do and inexpensive.  Please contact us for more information.


I'm not sure if I should get a Spill Pallet with a drain or without.  What do you recommend?
Good arguments can be made for either option so it is difficult to give a single recommendation.  Some users prefer to have a drain to make clean-up easier.  If a spill occurs, the drain plug can be unscrewed and the contents can drain out into an appropriate container.  Others feel that the drain plug is something that could be unscrewed (for cleaning or maintenance) and then forgotten.  Needless to say, that would make for a very ineffective spill containment pallet.


If I don't have a drain, then how am I supposed to clean up after a spill?
We recommend using a pump like the Bladder Pump (Part# 2345) used with our Spill Deck Bladder Systems.  Click here to see a video of it in action.