Malvern, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/05/2017 -- WORKMASTER, the equipment source for solving some of the industry's toughest, dirtiest and least safe jobs for over three decades, is proud to introduce their Perfect Pour 5-Gallon Bucket. This revolutionary and patented design breaks the bucket mold by finally making the standard five-gallon pail user-friendly and easy to wield.
The WORKMASTER Perfect Pour 5-Gallon Bucket innovates on the standard five-gallon bucket design by adding a molded-in hand-grip on the bottom of the pail. The added grip makes unwieldy pours a thing of the past, improving worker convenience, efficiency and safety. The bucket is suitable for pouring paints, chemicals, foods, inks, construction materials, pet foods, ice and any other material that workers handle on the job in industrial, pharmaceutical, agricultural, construction and commercial applications.
Additionally, the WORKMASTER Perfect Pour 5-Gallon Bucket, proudly made in the USA, easily meets or exceeds all industry standards. Constructed of high-density polyethylene, the stackable plastic pail has a heavy-duty 90-mil thickness with reinforcing ribs that guarantee that it keeps its shape. The bucket can be filled with hot material at a temperature up to 160 degrees Fahrenheit, and can also be steam sterilized or frozen. The bucket also features a standard metal handle but with a plastic grip for comfortable transport of contents, and a press-on lid sold separately. All plastic and metal components of the Perfect Pour 5-Gallon Bucket are 100% recyclable.
WORKMASTER manufactures powder and bulk solids handling equipment used extensively at hopper car and truck unloading sites, and material storage vessels.
For over 30 years, WORKMASTER has helped customers in mining, manufacturing, transportation and construction industries operate more safely, decrease operating and maintenance costs, increase the lifespan of their equipment, and improve operational efficiency in a wide range of industrial, construction and commercial applications.
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