BermPac® Pop-Up Spill Containment Berms are the essence of convenience because they have compressible sidewalls and are engineered as a single unit. These berms are great for rugged environments because the brackets are fully encased in the heavy-duty berm material, extending their life cycle, reducing loss due to misplacement and discouraging theft. The sidewalls are quickly folded up and down, creating a containment system for leaks and spills of oil, fuel, chemicals and other environmentally harmful chemicals. Pop-up spill containment berms are ideal for frac tanks, parking or loading/unloading tanker trucks, placing under generators and industrial equipment, storing oil drums and chemical containers, washing down vehicles and anywhere else a catch-all system is needed.Get a Quote
Industrial Rental Equipment
Decon Wash Pads
Made from UV, chemical and acid resistant materials
Brackets are integrated into berm
Brackets are fully encased in material for longevity
Several complimentary accessories are available
Incredible time saver
Exceptional durability, especially after multiple uses
Easy to set up, maintain and dismantle
Single piece construction
Rubber track guard/matting
High visibility hose bridges
Berm carry bags
PacTec keeps an inventory of the most common industry sizes, from 6’x6’ up to frac tank sizes of 12’x50’ and everything in between. We will also custom manufacture any dimensions you would need to accommodate space constraints of site-specific needs. You can click here to submit a quote request.
PacTec’s Pop-Up Spill Containment berms (and all other berms) are made from your choice of UV, chemical and acid resistant materials. We keep inventory of the most requested sizes and types for your convenience. These include berms manufactured from heavy-duty vinyl and our proprietary PVC blend.
The integrated pop-up containment berm brackets are made from lightweight yet durable aluminum, so they do not add a great deal of weight to the unit. They weigh the same as a regular berm plus its support brackets. Most sizes can be managed by one person, but the larger sizes may need additional assistance to lift.
With the proper care and use of protective accessories your spill containment berms can last for many uses. Taking care to protect the bottom from ground abrasion or puncture, cleaning any spills, and properly storing while not in use are easy ways to ensure you get plenty of use from your containments.
PacTec offers a full line of protective accessories – hose bridges, felt underlayment, rubber track matting and more – to maximize the useful life of your spill containment berms. See all berm accessories here.
PacTec’s pop-up spill containment berm is unique in that the brackets are integrated within the containment, eliminating trip hazards outside the unit. Plus, they are permanently attached making the containment unit a single piece design with no potential for lost or missing components.
The design of this bracket usually prevents it from becoming damaged, but we understand that things happen. We can supply replacement brackets, but users will need to have the proper equipment to heat weld the new piece into place. We can assist or train you how to do this easily.
PacTec does not rent spill containment units, we only sell them. However, many equipment rental companies and their branches stock PacTec berms for rental with their equipment, and will typically rent spill containment units to you. For branches near you that may have some in stock, contact your PacTec sales representative.
To best illustrate how easy PacTec’s pop-up spill berm is to install and use, you can watch this short video. To set up the berm, unpack the groundcover (optional) and berm from its packaging and position it in the desired location. Unfold it to its final size, then simply press the interior brackets into their “locked” position. The hook and loop tabs will keep them in place.
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