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Spill Containment News
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Question: What materials are the Spill Berms made of?
Answer: Ready Spill Containment Berms usually are constructed using 30 oz. Chemical resistant ER-1000, XR-5, or equivalent fabric with a stable polyester fabric base that supports a coating with exceptional UV and hydrocarbon resistance. We also offer other specialty fabric for acids and other applications. Call us or email if you have any questions.
Question: How do I determine which Spill Berm will work best for me?
Answer: All of our spill berms have excellent chemical resistance, and wall supports, making them ideal for containing leaks and spills from tanker trucks, drums, tanks, and industrial equipment and machinery.
Question: Will the berm be driven in and out on a constant basis?
Answer: If so check out our Drive through berm or Foam wall berms for smaller volumes containment options.
Question: Will the spill berm be used in a narrow or limited space?
Answer: Then our L Bracket Spill Berm which has the smallest footprint and the largest containment capacity or Foam wall berms for lower volumes containment options.
Question: Do I need to prep the area for the spill berm?
Question: Can the spill containment berms be repaired?
Answer: Yes, As part of our *7 Year warranty on our 30 oz. ER-1000, XR-5, or equivalent fabric spill berms. We offer the use of a professional hot air welder to allow in-field repairs.
Question: Can the spill berm be customized?
Answer: Yes, with an ISO 9001;2015 certified design QMS we can customize a one-up solution for your spill containment issue or help to design, build, and produce your spill containment solution.
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In addition to our proprietary testing procedures. Ready Containment tests all seams according to IAW ASTM D-751 standards.
We are an ISO 9001:2015 certified company in the design and manufacture of flexible liquid/vapor storage tanks, bladders, inflatables, and spill containment products, and while it’s rare that we have to repair our own products, we are occasionally called upon to repair the inferior work of others.