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A bucket that is not just a bucket

20 June 2016

The new 20l bucket from Vikan incorporates some useful hygienic and ergonomic design features which make it perfect for use in the food sector.  

The bucket is made from durable materials, approved for use in the food and beverage industries and meets all applicable EU and FDA standards.

It is designed to have no acute internal angles, which means no build up of food residue and it is easy to clean and dry.

As well as the usual carrying handle found on most buckets it also features dual handles moulded into the side of the bucket to make it easier to safely move around. It also includes an ergonomically designed spout for strain-free pouring.

Finally it can also be used for product storage and includes a useful measurement marker inside. It also features a snap close lid to ensure its contents are safely stored and two buckets can be stacked on top of each other to save space.
http://bucket20.vikan.com/


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