Steel buckets with lids protect light-sensitive products from UV rays. The leak-resistant construction of buckets makes them practical for storing both solids and liquids. Store corrosive products in rust-resistant stainless steel containers to help them retain their chemical composition.

Steel Buckets for Hazmat Products

Strong, lined buckets are a durable option for a number of chemical storage purposes. Stainless steel buckets with handles are easy to carry and provide an airtight seal with the correct bucket lids. Steel is excellent for shipping corrosive Hazmat materials. Hazardous materials include gasoline and diesel fuel. Pure cleaning solutions like chlorine require Hazmat-approved UN-rated containers.

Lined steel buckets with closed heads and spouts are a practical storage option for any hazardous materials. Spouts help prevent contact with hazardous materials and offer an easy-pour solution. Choosing the right storage solution for acid-based and caustic industrial cleaning supplies is important for promoting safe handling and restricting access to children. Black steel buckets with closed heads or locking lids help prevent accidental contact and spillage. 

Steel Buckets for Farming

FDA-approved buckets are excellent for storing dry foods like grains, flour, and nuts. Steel buckets with handles are a common tool on farms for feeding livestock, carrying milk, and as cleaning buckets. The handles allow consumers to hang them off fence posts, poles, and hooks. Steel containers are also excellent for storing fuel for backup generators to use during power outages.

Berlin Packaging Provides Sourcing and Order Tracking Services

Berlin Packaging offers quality systems that help you manage vendors, package products, and keep track of your inventory. You can order supplies with ease, knowing Berlin Packaging has a 99 percent on-time delivery record. Regardless of your packaging needs, Berlin Packaging can help streamline your sourcing process from inventory selection to storage solutions.

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