Construction Site Secondary Containment Berm
Foam Wall Spill Berm
Construction Site Secondary Containment Berms are a reliable option for any site handling and storing hazardous liquids. Designed to form a complete layer of protection under generators, tanks or storage vessels, these berms work to successfully contain liquids in the event of a spill. Berms can be made in both large and small sizes to accommodate variously sized equipment and materials.
Due to the varying needs of construction site locations, berms are available with foam walls, aluminum angle walls, or a combination of both foam and aluminum angle walls. This allows sites to stay in compliance with regulations and prevents liquids from contaminating unwanted areas.
Containment Berm Applications
When used on a construction site, a spill containment berm can serve a wide variety of purposes and applications including:
- Tank Containment
- Drum Containment
- Protection Under Vehicles
- Containment for Parts and Equipment
- Quick Response Under Leaks
- Containment for Generators
Spill Containment Berm Models
Below you will find information regarding each of our construction site secondary containment berms. Please check out the information below for more information on our each of our berm models.
Aluminum Angle Berms
The Aluminum Angle Spill Berm is one of the most commonly used spill containment berms. Its walls feature a series of pockets designed to secure aluminum angles to your berm. This helps to create a secure wall around larger tanks, machinery or leaking equipment. This berm is ideal for liquid storage and construction site containment and features a typical wall height of one foot (1').
- 6061/T6 Aluminum Bars (2" x 3/8")
- XR-5 (or equivalent) Liner (22 or 30 oz.)
- Light Weight
Foam Wall Berms
By contrast, the Foam Wall Construction Site Secondary Containment Berm offers a much lower profile that is designed to provide an easy way for vehicles to drive onto or off of the berm. These berms are ideal for secondary containment during work on cars, engines, construction of parts, or temporary vehicle storage.
- PVC or Urethane Liner Material
- Foam Walls
- Low Profile
For these and other containment options, please check out our complete line of Secondary Containment Berms.