Comparison of Solutions:
The standard solution to a large spill area is to buy an oversized drip pan to cover
the spill area. However, oversized drip pans create both logistical and costs concerns
for the buyer.
For this reason Killarney Metals has developed the Assembly Drip
Pan. This drip pan product is an innovation that assists in both coverage
as well as costs. When a drip pan requirement includes a surface area that extends
over the 48”x48” footprint additional costs may be incurred by the customer. Below,
in table format, we have outlined some of these costs considerations and how the
Assembly Drip Pan answers.
How Does the Assembly Drip Pan™ Work:
The Assembly Drip Pan is made with a rolled edge that allows the pans to
overlap and act as a complete drip pan unit. The overlapping portion of the drip
pan gives the Assembly Drip Pan strength and coverage.
So determine your spill footprint to cover. This would be the area where your leak(s)
are occurring. If that area will require an oversized pan, generally over 4 foot
in multiple directions, consider using an Assembly Drip Pan. To figure out how your
assembly should look simply take the surface area to cover and divide it up in increments
based on the Assembly Drip Pan desired.
Total Surface Area = 120” x 72”
Potential Assembly Drip Pan Configuration = 4 each 36” x 60” pans
When you receive your Assembly Drip Pans you will see the rolled edge and the gap
that is allowed to overlap one pan on another’s edge.
slide or assembly your pan in place and you are ready to catch that spill.
Killarney Metals introduced this new drip pan product to help you with large footprint
requirement. Assembly Drip Pans allow you to fit pans together in an overlapping
fashion so that multiple pans act as 1 larger pan. The best part is that YOU SAVE
on the cost of production, shipping and installation. The Assembly Drip Pan will
work as 1 solid pan once installed.