The new KaGe collection tray is designed for mobile use and can be used flexibly for many applications. Whether you need to safely collect solid or liquid materials for subsequent environmentally friendly disposal or collect bulk materials during decanting for further use, the KaGe collection tray is your partner!
Flexible collection trays for many applications
Originally developed to collect cleaning residues from facade cleaning, the mats can also be used for solids. Whether something is decanted or drained, it is safely collected in the KaGe collection tray. It can then be vacuumed, swept or mopped up from the mat surface. Whether in the garden, house, garage, car workshop or in the transport sector, at filling plants, cleaning facades or as a protective mat in the boot of your car - there are many possibilities for using a KaGe collection tray. The robust 3.0 mm thick material is slightly roughened on both sides and can also withstand more aggressive substances. A 100% oil-resistant version is also available.
KaGe collection tray - extremely mobile as it can be rolled up
The flat collection mats are formed into a stable tray shape by an ingenious eyelet-cord system. Simply pull the cords and fix them in the desired position. For easy and quick transport, the cords are loosened again and the mat is simply rolled up - just like camping mats. This results in a compact roll that can also be stowed in a normal car. Available in 4 different standard sizes, the drip pans can also be manufactured in custom sizes up to a maximum of 10 m in length and 1.4 m in width. If required, simply contact us via email.
Our varieties of catch mats
1.The standard mat is primarily designed for use in facade cleaning, as one long side of each is equipped with eyelets and carabiners and is not self-standing. This side is leaned directly against the wall, so that the dirty water and cleaning fluids can run freely into the tub. If this long side was pulled up too far, it would possibly stick out from the wall and the waste water would run between the tub and the facade instead of into the tub.
2.The freestanding mats have eyelets and straps all around. As they are pulled together, the sides stand up and form the catch basin. Since the bands are fixed on the outside via stoppers, the sides remain standing and form a rim about 10 cm high.
3.The free-standing mats made of a 100% oil-resistant material, for example, for use in automotive workshops or mobile roadside assistance.