Foam sidewall spill berms bring industries a versatile means of spill containment no matter where the equipment, truck, or trailer is stationed. They also work great to keep industrial plant floors clean and catch leaks from tanks and drums. The versatility of the soft berm comes from the fact the foam sidewalls make these drive-over spill containment berms and drive-through berms. You can capture leaks and spills with the knowledge your company is protecting the environment from exposure to damaging fuels and oils, as required by the EPA and SPCC, and in the most economical and efficient manner for your business.Get a Quote
Decon Wash Pads
Drive-on/drive-off without exiting the vehicle
Lightweight and durable
Made from a variety of UV, chemical, and acid resistant materials
Easily replaceable foam inserts
Cost-efficient and appropriate for low budgets
Foam is protected in sleeves or sealed in berm
Very quick installation
Ideal for oilfield usage
Rubber track guard/matting
High visibility hose bridges
Replacement foam sleeves
Berm carry bags
PacTec’s foam sidewall berms are the ideal spill containment solution for when machinery will be driven on and off regularly. We offer both hard and soft foam options, and both will allow for easy access yet pop back into position to contain any spills. Plus, we offer both sealed-in foam berms (single-piece unit) or removable foam sleeves that fit into the sidewalls, offering maximum flexibility on your jobsite.
PacTec offers both rigid foam and softer flexible foam. Each performs very well in the field, but our containment experts can help you determine which option will work best for your needs.
Foam berms ship via freight carrier (not parcel) as they are rather large, and the foam takes up more space than other sidewall configurations. However, PacTec has learned over the years how to optimize our packaging to offer you the most competitive shipping rates.
PacTec’s foam spill containment berms are designed and manufactured to endure heavy use and hard conditions and have been used extensively within the oil & gas industry, construction sites, industrial plants, and refineries. Because they are constructed from heavy-duty materials and tested for performance, they are ideal for almost any situation.
PacTec sells replacement foam if you need it. Our removable foam berms are built with sleeved foam that slides into a sidewall pocket which may be best if you foresee needing to replace the foam frequently.
PacTec’s foam berms deploy very easily but larger sizes can be heavy and difficult to move. If movement is necessary, we suggest rolling the berm into a small size and moving it with a pallet and forklift if possible, to prevent damage.
To maximize the useful life of your spill containment berms, PacTec offers a full line of protective accessories – hose bridges, felt underlayment, rubber track matting, and more. See all berm accessories.
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