Rapid Rise Containment Berm
Sidewalls stay lowered and out of the way until they are needed
To some, a Containment Berm's sidewalls mean security. To others, they are a nuisance. After all, who needs sidewalls if there's no spill?
One of the main advantages of the Rapid Rise Model is that the sidewalls stay out of the way until they are needed. Foam in the top, outer perimeter of this containment berm's sidewalls raise the walls with the level of the liquid should there be a spill while rigid struts provide added support. But the walls stay down and flat during normal, day-to-day, operations. Helps comply with SPCC and EPA spill containment regulations.
- Sidewalls remain down during normal operations, loading, and unloading. Vehicles and equipment can drive in and out with no set-up or take-down required
- In the case of a spill, the foam ring around the top perimeter of the Containment Berm rises with the level of the spilled liquid.
- Built-in struts around the perimeter of the Berm provide additional support when the liquid level is high.
- Provides quick and easy spill containment for drums, IBCs, vehicles, frac tanks, and other large containers.
- Helps meet EPA Container Storage Regulation 40 CFR 264.175 and SPCC requirements.
- Custom sizes available.
- Built-in handles help with transport and placement.
- Meets SPCC and EPA Container Storage Regulation 40 CFR 264.175 Spill Containment Regulations.