Fire protection trays

made of stainless steel - extinguish burning liquids

Self-extinguishing fire protection pans for laboratory and pilot plant. Flammable liquids (especially organic solvents) are often used in reactors and storage tanks made of glass or metal. Leaks or even breakage (in the case of glass reactors) can lead to the escape of these liquids. In the worst case, they can be ignited thermally, electrostatically or mechanically. Consequently, appropriate measures should be provided for this case. The JUCHHEIM fire protection trays have decisive advantages over a simple collecting tray: 

  • The honeycomb structure reduces the oxygen supply to such an extent that any flame that may develop is quickly extinguished. 

  • The honeycomb structure reduces evaporation of the flammable liquid. The requirements for the air exchange needed to safely prevent an explosive atmosphere are thus significantly reduced. 

  • Made entirely of stainless steel (universal and can be used for many decades).

  • Due to the robust material, even heavy loads can be placed directly on the honeycomb structure. 

  • The honeycomb structure is removable and easy to clean.

Leakage? Glass breakage? With a fire protection tray you are prepared! 

The honeycomb structure reduces the oxygen supply and at the same time the evaporation of the solvent. The stainless steel structure also supports heavy loads. 

without honeycomb

The flammable liquid in a drip pan burns with a high jet flame.

with honeycomb structure

The burning liquid extinguishes when it enters the collection tray.

The JUCHHEIM fire protection tray in the following standard dimensions (WxHxD): 450x450x120mm for a max. collection quantity of 12 liters of liquid (order number 0310).

Customizable to your needs:  In addition to standard sizes, we manufacture custom fire protection trays. Simply let us know the dimensions you need. 

Take the first step.

We will take care of the rest. 

Stay up to date:

Receive information on new products, events and free trade fair tickets max. 6 times per year.