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Ultra-Hard Top Spill Pallet 2-Drum Gull Wing

An outdoor secondary containment storage system keeps the elements out while providing convenient access to drums.

The Ultra-Hard Top Spill Pallet 2-Drum Gull Wing is an excellent solution for outdoor secondary containment storage of up to two, 205-litre drums. It has been constructed entirely from polyethylene, making it sturdy and durable. The pallet also features a heavy-duty steel cover lift assembly and removable deck grates that adds to its robustness. It is an ideal choice for outdoor spill containment applications, including satellite waste collection.



  • Large 250-litre capacity compliant with SPCC and EPA Spill Containment Regulations.
  • Heavy-duty steel cover easily lifted by a single person, staying open for safe and efficient waste decanting.
  • Drums are positioned on a raised deck above the sump area to keep them clear of spills or leaks.
  • Robust steel brackets secure covers in the open position, ensuring safe waste decanting.
  • Removable deck grates for effortless cleaning of the sump area.
  • Polyethylene (LLDPE) resin with UV inhibitors withstands the harsh Aussie sun, extending outdoor service life.
  • Covered by the industry’s most robust warranty. Five years of protection against any material or workmanship defects.


Constructed with the “Cross of Life” Design


Innovative “Cross of Life” design protects the pallet’s structural integrity during heavy loads over time. As more weight is applied to the top of the pallet, the Cross of Life design draws the all-polyethylene sides towards the center instead of allowing them to sag outwards. 



  • The storage of virgin chemicals
  • Drum dispensing
  • Hazardous waste collection
  • Storage of spill response materials


Product Code


Length mm

Width mm

Height mm

Grating Surface Length mm

Grating Surface Width mm

Weight Capacity kg

Containment Capacity L

Product Weight kg

CHUT 1082

2-Drum, No Drain









CHUT 1083

2-Drum, With Drain










1. What are the dimensions of the forklift pockets?
2. Can I move hard tops with drums inside?

No, we do not recommend moving loaded hard tops.

3. Is the Ultra-Hard Top 2-drum waterproof?

No, the spill pallet is not completely waterproof.  It is more accurately described as weatherproof.  In other words, in standard weather conditions, your drums and/or containers should be protected and water gathering in the pallets is not a concern.  However, during very gusty conditions or very heavy rainfall, some water may get into the unit.  It is good practice to inspect the interior of the hard top after any severe weather.

 4. How long can I expect my UltraTech polyethylene (PE) spill containment product to last outdoors?

UltraTech’s general response to this question is at least ten (10) years. You can expect longer, but the actual life is dependent on several factors. UltraTech has been making outdoor spill containment products since 1993. We have a good sense of realistic life expectancy based on all those years of experience. UltraTech uses the highest-rated UV package in the resin formulation it uses to create the longest outdoor life available for a PE product.

5. What are the factors that affect the life of a PE spill containment product outdoors?

The most important environmental factors are ultraviolet exposure and chemical exposure. In the absence of chemical compatibility concerns (determined by the UltraTech compatibility chart for PE products), the next most important factor for outdoor, polyethylene spill containment products will be ultraviolet irradiation (UV) exposure. The most important factors with reference to UV are thickness, UV Inhibitor (UVI) content, and pigment color, type, and concentration. Ultraviolet irradiation exposure causes molecular structure and bond changes that result in the embrittlement of PE. Very thin PE can become brittle and fracture in less than a year (think contractor’s PE Visqueen sheeting). Thicker parts take longer to break down. The addition of UV Inhibitors to the PE allows it to sustain more UV exposure without breaking down. Darker pigments, inorganic pigments, and higher concentrations of pigments also individually and collectively will give PE a longer life before appreciable UV damage occurs.

6. What is the longest life of an outdoor spill containment product you have seen?

There is an outdoor spill containment product that has been in use in northeast Florida since 1986 and is still in active use today. UltraTech suggests its Ultra-Track Pans, used for outdoor railroad track spill containment, have a minimum of a twenty-year life.

7. What type of drain is used for these pallets?

The standard drain is a threaded hole in the sidewall with a 19mm polyethylene plug with NPT threads installed.


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