Galvanized Fire Bucket – 12Liters. These sturdy painted buckets. There are 5 sizes from buckets, to small, medium and large sized tin buckets (5, 7, 10, 12, 15 Liters). No sharp edges and smartly finished with rich paint. You don’t have to worry about quality – our customers tell us that ours are the best in the UK! You can personalise to make them really unique.. Please note if you are putting ‘naked’ food into any metal bucket, we recommend you first line it with foil, greaseproof paper, tissue paper or cling film.
Our competitive (technological) advantages
Galvanized Fire Bucket – 12Liters. Production
Reliability and quality of production (tested by the time)
We produce Galvanized Fire Bucket of steel with a thickness of 0.40 to 0.50 mm. Such production is considered to be a standard quality. It is more resistant to deformation and outside influences.
High quality of handles
The diameter of handles (for 10, 12 and 15L buckets) is 5.0mm. They are made of galvanized steel. Our handles are more comfortable because thicker handles do not cut hands.
The lug of the Galvanized Fire Bucket is made of 0.45 – 0.50 mm steel. This increases the lifetime of products and their capacity.
We have abandoned the method of welding the lugs with the casing. For connection of the lugs with the casing we use galvanized rivets with a diameter of 5.00 mm which provides a considerable strength and lack of rust in the joints.
The most important thing. By assembly of the buckets we do not use welding (we have abandoned it), and specifically: seaming the casing and calendering the bottom of the buckets are made on the seaming machines (at the seaming spot 3-4 metal layers are made up, depending on the product type), which increases the strength and leakage protection of the articles. This process is called rolling.
Producers usually use welding joints which are less strong and prone to oxidation. Such buckets develop leakage very soon (This has been checked by test control).
Galvanized metal buckets are commonly used in gardens as well as in manufacturing settings because the metal used to make such buckets is resistant to corrosion from moisture and exposure to the elements. Galvanised Metal already somewhat resistant to corrosion.