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Ohio manufacturer introduces new bulk biohazard container

Material handling product manufacturer Meese Orbitron Dunne Co. has introduced the P-291 Biohazard Ship Shape (TM) bulk container.


Material handling product manufacturer Meese Orbitron Dunne Co. has introduced the P-291 Biohazard Ship Shape (TM) bulk container.

Adding another size to the company’s line of biohazard transport containers, the P-291 Biohazard container earned the U.N. 11H2 design qualification documenting its ability to safely transport hazardous materials such as soiled laundry, infectious waste, biomedical waste, regulated medical waste, oily shop rags and other flammable solid and non-fluid materials.

Rotationally molded in a single, leak-proof piece from 100 per cent polyethylene for strength, durability and chemical resistance, the MOD P-291 hazmat container combines a rigid plastic container with a companion plastic cover and closure that seals hazardous materials inside. The reusable container remains closed even if flipped, rotated or dropped.

Permanently molded-in biohazard warning labels that meet OSHA’s marking requirement in 29 CFR part 1910.1030 for bloodborne pathogens are included while a variety of options such as vinyl liners, tamper-evident security locks, casters and custom colors are available. The plastic container holds 32 cubic feet of material on a standard 44” x 44” footprint, stacks when covered and nests for efficient empty storage and returns. The company also offers the U.N. 11H2-certified P-433 hazmat container, which holds 35 cubic feet on the same footprint.

For more information, contact David McHugh, 4920 State Road, Ashtabula, OH, 44004; 1-800-829-4535; FAX 440.992.4667; dmchugh@modroto.com or see www.ShipShapeContainers.com.


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