The Hurdle-Bracket BermPac® is manufactured with lightweight aluminum Hurdle-brackets, which enable a continuous rigid sidewall, effectively eliminating the need for hose bridges. The removable brackets also provide for easy drive-on and drive-off.Get a Quote
Long term drum containment
Decon Wash Pads
Made from a variety of UV, chemical and acid resistant materials
Rigid sidewall eliminates need for hose bridges
Many standard and custom sizes available
Company logo can be added
Appropriate for cost-conscious consumers
Larger aluminum hurdle brackets create sturdy walls
Easy to set up, maintain and dismantle
Very common and used type of spill containment in many industries
Rubber track guard/matting
High visibility hose bridges
Replacement brackets (aluminum and steel available)
Berm carry bags
Hurdle brackets berms are more secure than standard L bracket berms because they provide a sturdier footing and sidewall support. Hurdles are often used on sidewalls higher than 12” but can be utilized for any berm. PacTec offers both lightweight aluminum and steel hurdles to support your required sidewall height.
Sidewall height is determined by use case, but we have made sidewalls up to 48” high. As a custom manufacturer, we are happy to accommodate any requirement you have. Simply give our sales team a call to discuss your project and spill capacity needs.
PacTec offers more than simple spill containment – we can provide for true 110% secondary containment needs as well. We can help you calculate your needs to meet regulations, and work with you to design a containment unit designed for your gallon capacity and available footprint.
PacTec’s hurdle bracket spill berms can be made any size you need, but common sizes range from 10’x10’ to 12’x50’. Plus, we can accommodate any sidewall height to increase containment capacity.
PacTec hurdles can be made from lightweight, sturdy aluminum or heavy gauge steel. Our engineers will work with you to determine the best one for your needs based on berm size and sidewall height.
Spill containment is an essential responsibility of all companies that handle materials that could spill or leak hazardous materials, including oil and vehicle fuel. Some industries where hazardous materials are commonly found include oil and gas, construction, electrical power, and railroad companies.Read more