Ultra-Containment Berm Economy Model - Part #8270
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PVC: Max 150°F, Min: -20°F
Copolymer-2000: Max 160°F, Min: -25°F
Copolymer 2000 – 25 oz. / sq. yard
PVC – 22 oz. / sq. yard
If the chemical is not listed in the guide, chances are that chemical has not been tested with the material. If we cannot get a definitive answer from our engineering staff, we can send a testing kit to you for a 30-day immersion test.
Yes, we can make containment berms in custom sizes in virtually any length and width.
Custom heights are available for most of the Ultra-Containment Berms. Please contact us for more information.
Ultra-Containment Berms ship from our factory in N. Augusta, SC 29860 at class 125.
The repair kit is simply an 11” x 36” piece of matching material and instructions on how to apply it to the berm. The only other item required is an industrial heat gun.
The ground tarp provides added protection from punctures or damage from beneath the Ultra-Containment Berm. Standard procedure is to sweep the area of any rocks or debris, then place the ground tarp down followed by the containment berm.
For smaller standard sized berms, the 11′ x 11′ ground tarp is recommended (Part# 8311). For larger berms, the general rule of thumb is to add 4′ to both the length and width dimensions of the berm. (e.g. a 16′ x 64′ ground tarp would be used for a 12′ x 60′ containment berm.)
Track belts are strips of very heavy-duty material (Reinforced PVC) that lay down inside of the berm. They take the wear and tear from tires of the vehicles that are driving in and out of the berms. Thereby extending the life of the product.
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This product may not address any specific regulations but if you have any questions, we’re here to help.
Helps Comply with These Rules & Regulations
- EPA Container Storage Regulation 40 CFR 264.175
- ADA Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities (ADAAG)