Drums

The bottle grows into a drum and the advantages grow with it

Drums - the big sister of the bottle

100% recyclable.
100% recyclable.
Produced sustainably.
Produced sustainably.

Data

Basics
Diameters (from/to):

160 – 310 mm

Heights (from/to):

165 – 425 mm

Filling volumes (from/to):

2,5 – 30 litres

Customization:

Varnish
Printing

Suitable for:

Chemical/technical
Food

"Made by Pirlo" – our advantages at a glance
  • Stackable for efficient storage
  • Metal or plastic folding handle for easy carrying
  • Excellent residual emptying
  • Optionally available with hazardous goods certification
  • Custom design options enabled by high-quality printing
  • Optional use of an interior protective varnishing suitable for food
  • Standard drums in stock for immediate shipping

Description

Drums - the big sister of the bottle

Are you delighted with our bottles but would like to fill 2.5 litres or more? Then choose our drums, the bigger version of our cylindrical bottle.

The advantages grow together with the size of the container. Drums have all the features of the bottle, augmented with functionality added by our engineers. Drums are available for volumes ranging from 2.5 litres to 30 litres. Because they are bulkier, our drums can be stacked for efficient storage. They can be heavy, so drums “made by Pirlo” are fitted with metal or plastic folding handles for comfortable carrying and emptying.

Our cylindrical bottles are small but mighty and we adopted their advantages for our drums - the big sister. Whether it is the excellent emptying of residue, the wide range of applications, UN approval for the safe transport of hazardous goods, the variety of suitable closures, the finishing options, or the re-sealability, the big sister matches the qualities of the little sister.

Our drums are made of tinplate and thus provide the best possible protection for your product. They are also 100% recyclable.

Any questions about our cylindrical cans? Our packaging experts will be glad to advise you.

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