Why Use a Liner in the First Place?
Liners work to protect the product that you’re placing in a drum or pail and increase the life of the container. With liners, containers have longer lives, which reduces overall operating costs and increases sustainability.
Think of buying cereal from the store in which there’s the initial box and then a plastic bag within the box that contains the cereal. If the cereal was just within the box, it could distribute sugar, grain, and other materials onto the box rather than just the plastic bag. And while cereal boxes aren’t likely to be reused on the same level as a drum or pail in an industrial setting, liners prevent cross-contamination and keep the lubricant and greases in a pure condition.
You could wash out the drum or liner after every use, but this isn’t an efficient use of time and can lead to premature degradation through the reconditioning process. It’s much easier to avoid the need for reconditioning by using liners. Drum and pail liners increase the number of uses from containers and reduce the need for time-consuming and degenerative reconditioning.
Benefits of Drum & Pail Liners
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