Large Steel Drum
Safe, global and environmentally responsible
The large steel drum is a globally recognized container with exact specifications around the world. Hazardous and non-hazardous products are packaged and transported in steel drums due to the UN certification’s mandated high mechanical and chemical performance.
Due to their high performance, Greif steel drums are the go-to transport solution for hazardous (and non-hazardous) products. UN approved.
The large steel drum from Greif is a globally recognized container with uniform specifications around the world.
Most large steel drums allow reconditioning and reuse several times before reaching their end of life. At that point, they are most likely recycled.
The widest range of specifications
- Tight head or open head, UN for solid and liquid
- 52+ gallons (200+ liters)
- Plain, lacquered/lined
- Flexible or PE liner inside
- Various types of decoration possible including screen print, lithography, sleeves, or digital printing
- Tri-Sure closures available including venting systems
- Safety pins
- Plastic and steel caps
- Plain and lacquered plugs
Tried and Tested for any Situation
Steel Drums meet the highest UN approvals (drop test, pressure, stacking). Drums can be individually leak-tested.
Strength, compatibility and customization
Steel for outstanding mechanical resistance, RDL coatings for high compatibility, and a wide range of decorations to highlight your product.
BPA Free Drums
Markets We Serve
From the products that keep us moving to the ones that make us beautiful, Greif is proud to serve the unique needs of a wide range of global industries.
Sustainability is Our Goal
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