Drive through spill containment berms, or combination berms, blend the designs and abilities of foam wall and aluminum angle containment barriers. Like the foam wall berm, combination berms allow vehicles to drive over them, and like aluminum angle berms, combination berms have a large capacity for spill containment.
Spill containment barrier walls are one foot in height, increasing the containment potential of foam wall berms while still making the berm accessible to vehicles. Drive through spill berms have the advantage of both aluminum angle bracket side walls and self-rising foam end walls.
From brine water, fuel, chemical storage, and fuel vessels, drive on spill containment berms are equipped to handle many different situations. Depending on what type of spill containment is necessary and what kinds of liquids or chemicals need to be contained, a spill containment barrier can be made with different types of materials.
Material options for drive through containment berms:
- 22 oz. PVC
- 36 mil PVC
- 40 mil LLPDE
- 30 oz. XR-5 (or equivalent)
- 32 oz. Polyurethane
Filling out a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) will help us better understand your containment needs and figure out what materials work best for your requirements.