|Collection and Storage of HazMat|
|Pneumatic Collection Containers|
|–> Stable design
–> Set up in seconds
–> Collects up to 5,000 l (177 cu. ft.)
–> High resistance to chemicalsCollect and store large volumes of hazardous materials.
The easy solution for temporary storage. Contaminated and hazardous liquids must be stopped in their tracks straight away. Vetter’s pneumatic collection containers can be set up in seconds, buying you valuable time. They create secure reservoirs, which your team can simply pump out at a later stage.You have a choice of materials to suit any given scenario. Our standard containers are made of PVC (e.g. resistant to nitric acid, hydrochloric acid, caustic soda, etc.) or Alcryn (e.g. resistant to ASTM oil No. 1 – 3, gear oil, kerosene, petrol, etc.)
|Pneumatic Collection Tubs|
With pneumatic collection tubs from Vetter you can be sure you are using the latest technology and that you are fully prepared even for major emergencies, such as epidemics. In emergency scenarios, you will be able to decontaminate trucks and emergency vehicles, for example, in a safe and controlled way. Stop hazardous substances before they cause environmental damage and store them temporarily until further action can be taken. In the case of a leaking tanker, for instance, push the collection tub directly under the vehicle at the scene of the accident.
|–>Small folded size
–> Extremely sturdy material
–> Capacity of 500 – 5,000 l (17.6 – 176 cu. ft.)
Space-Saving storage of fresh and contaminated water
Need to store large volumes of water, contaminated extinguishing water or valuable drinking water?
That’s no problem with Vetter’s self-erecting flexible water tanks. Collect and store contaminated or drinking water after accidents, storms or fires or during drinking water shortages. Vetter water tanks can hold up to one hundred times their folded volume.
|For more detailed information contact :
Yen Lee Fireweld Pte Ltd
18 Penhas Road , Singapore – 208182
Tel : (65) 62909890 Fax : (65) 62961444
E-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org