Used to transport standard 19 litre (5 gallon) buckets, the 3M™ DBI-SALA® 5 Gallon Bucket contains a unique patent hook and loop closure system, preventing accidental spills during lifting and transportation. While not in use, the Safe Bucket can be flattened for easy storage. Learn more at 3M.ca/FallProtection.
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