Secondary Containment Products
Our line of Secondary containment products are second to none! Additionally below are just a sample of the secondary containment products we make. Ready Containment manufactures spill berms, secondary containment liners, pit liner and tank liner in a variety of shapes and sizes. Furthermore our number one selling berm is our Ready Berm which can be built for most secondary containment needs. The Ready Berm is designed to be lightweight, rapid deploying and portable. While some of our other spill containment and secondary containment products are designed to save floor space, storage space or to provide drive thru spill containment.
You Name it! We Contain it. Liquids, vapors and more.
What is Secondary Containment?
Secondary spill containment is the containment of hazardous liquids in order to prevent pollution of soil and water. Common techniques include the use of spill berms to contain oil-filled equipment, fuel tanks, truck washing decks, or any other places or items that may leak hazardous liquids.
Secondary Containment for Hazardous Materials Storage Guidelines
Secondary containment is defined as a means of surrounding one or more primary storage containers to collect any hazardous material spillage in the event of loss of integrity or container failure. Hazardous materials must be stored in secondary containers to prevent or minimize the possibility of accidental release as well as to ensure compliance with certain local, state and federal regulations dealing with chemical storage. Hazardous materials includes, but not limited to chemicals, hazardous waste and oil-filled equipment. Please refer to the secondary containment flow chart below for assistance in determining if secondary containment is required.
Secondary Containment Berms
Ready’s secondary containment berms are second to none Dare to compare! We never use mechanical fasteners such as rivets or ropes in manufacturing spill containment berms as these parts are not a chemical or weather-resistant way to seal closed the corners of our spill containment berms. They are also constructed with 3″ overlap welds, reinforced corners, sealed reinforced support sleeves no more than 18″ on center. This is done to prevent leaks as well as increase durability.
Many of our competitors cut corners and costs by using inferior components such as fabrics, drains, or support systems that won’t hold the liquid load. Our spill containment products are built using only the best Grade “A” fabrics, aircraft grade aluminum supports. This makes our spill berms more durable, more flexible, and longer lasting. Standard spill berms feature drains with Viton gaskets and heavy-duty aircraft aluminum 6061 T6 supports less than 18″ O/C.
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We fabricate secondary containment liner for a variety of applications. Ready Containment’s pit liners provide excellent secondary containment for large and small pits. Our secondary containment liners help to protect the environment from pollutant and other toxins. Pit liners are used to liner land fills, lagoons and work areas.
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Secondary Containment FAQ:
However If after reviewing below you have a question that we haven’t answered? Certainly contact us and we’ll be happy to help!
Question: How do I determine what size secondary containment to order?
Determine the size and Capacity.
1. Answer: Determine the dimensions of the containment needed based on amount of liquid that needs secondary containment.
Measure the length and width of the container or equipment
you wish to contain and add an additional 1-2 feet to the berm’s
length and 1-2 feet to the berm’s width. This will allow clearance to work or drive into the area.
2. Answer: Determine the capacity of the berm and ensure that this will
contain the total volume of liquid in the container or
equipment. Further more don’t forget to allow for displacement! Allowing for a
110% containment. http://www.epa.gov/oilspill/spcc.htm
Question: What materials are the secondary containment made of?
Answer: Determine if the spill containment is chemically compatible to ensure the proper chemical compatibility.
Answer: Ready Containment secondary containment are normally 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 questions.
Question: Do I need prep the area for the secondary containment?
Answer: Yes, As part of our *7 Year warranty on our 30 oz. ER-1000, XR-5 or equivalent fabric spill containment. We offer the use of a professional hot air welder to allow in field repairs.
Question: Can the secondary containment liner and 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.