What is the difference between a Closed-Head and an Open-Head drum?

Closed head drums are for water and other liquid products. Open head drums can be used for liquid too, but are primarily for dry products. The open head (or open top with a lid) allows you to get in and out of the drum with your product easier. Plastic Drum
Article Title:
What is the difference between a Closed-Head and an Open-Head drum?
Article Summary:
Do you need a Closed-Head or an Open-Head Drum?
Article Date:
4/20/2006
Article ID:
703
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