Spill Containment Berm Liners
Berm Liner (also known as the spill berm or containment berm) is an economical way to contain spills, control leaks and protect the bottom of tanks from abrasion. Often used in combination with water bladders, storage vessels or large storage tanks, these berms form a flexible containment area both underneath and around your storage vessel. In the event of a leak or spill, berms will work to keep liquids contained. This prevents spills from spreading, leaking or contaminating the surrounding storage area.
Berm liners are available with a several different wall options including aluminum L bracket walls, foam walls or self-rising drive through walls. A variety of berm fabrics are also available to match the containment liquid of your tank.
- Liner Options: LLDPE, Polyurethane, XR-5, Elvaloy
- Wall Options: Foam Wall, Self Rising Walls, L Bracket Walls
- Standard or Custom Sizes
- Portable for Transport to a Needed Location
- Flexible Wall and Liner Options
- Made to Any Size Required
- All-in-One Abrasion and Spill Protection
- Large Containment Capacities
- High Resistance to Water and Chemicals
- Equipped for Containment of Spilled Liquids
- Quick Setup on Site
- Easy to Use, Move and Reuse
- Water Bladder Storage
- Frac Tank Containment
- Chemical Tank Containment
- Drum Storage
- Liquid Vessel Storage
- Abrasion Protection
- Leak and Spill Control
Berm Liner Typical Specifications
|Wall Options||Liner Options||Sizing
(W x L x H)
|8' x 8'|
|10' x 10'|
10' x 24'
|12' x 12'|
|12' x 20'|
|12' x 26'|
|12' x 36'|
|12' x 50'|
|12' x 60'|
|12' x 70'|
|14' x 45'|
|14' x 54'|
|15' x 66'|
Spill Containment Berm Options: Each spill berm is designed with different wall options, liner options and sizing options to meet different needs on your site. While each berm requires a different deployment/installation method, all berms are portable, making them easy to transport from one location to the next.
Spill Berms and Water Storage Bladders
In other instances, use of a spill berm serves the dual purpose of both containment spills and preventing abrasion. One of the most common uses of these liners is in combination with a Water Storage Bladder. Due to the flexible nature of these tanks, having an extra layer of protection at the bottom liner can help contain materials and extend the lifespan of your unit.