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Prevent Spills and Leaks Before They Happen

Prevent Spills and Leaks Before They Happen


In today’s ever-changing landscape of environmental rules and regulations, even small leaks and spills can cost your organization tens of thousands in cleanup and remediation costs, to say nothing of potential EPA violation fees.   


Developed more than three decades ago for the exacting standards of a major US oil refiner, the Kelley Industrial Century 2000 Sewer Guards are a rugged drain isolation system designed specifically for industrial applications. Built to be lightweight and reusable, Kelley Industrial Century 2000 Sewer Guards are deployed before accidents happen, providing 24/7 365 drain isolation. Manufactured to be fire, chemical and puncture resistant Kelley Industrial Century 2000 Sewer Guards isolate your drain and sewage systems from contaminants, while sealing in potentially dangerous vapors from escaping into the workplace. Weld spatter catch basin reservoirs on the top of the drain guards help to quench hot work splatter while doubling as hazmat decontamination pools in the case of an emergency.

Made to order in the USA, the Kelley Industrial Century 2000 Sewer Guards are available in a range of colors and sizes to meet your specific requirements. Utilized by refineries, process chemical plants, and general manufacturers around the world for more than 30 years, Kelley Industrial Century 2000 Sewer Guards are the industry’s premier drain isolation system.


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