The BermPac® Wire Bracket Spill Containment Berms have a floor tough enough to drive on and walls sturdy enough to contain liquids and spills, protecting the environment and humans against exposure to hazardous chemicals. Keeping the walls securely in place is critical to the effectiveness of the spill containment berms. One of the most efficient and effective methods is installing wire brackets, and PacTec’s patent-pending pinch-and-slide wire brackets outperform L brackets in every way, from the ease of installation to providing secure support. The wire bracket berm is an easy solution for complying with complex governmental environmental and worker safety requirements.Get a Quote
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Made from a variety of UV, chemical and acid resistant materials
Many standard and custom sizes are available
Bracket won’t fall out during set-up or high winds
Innovative patent-pending* bracket
Low-cost and appropriate for lower budgets
Lightweight, heavy-gauge steel brackets
Easy to set up, maintain and dismantle
Most common and widely used spill containment in many industries
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High visibility hose bridges
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Our patent-pending brackets are made from lightweight, heavy-gauge steel and are rust-resistant. They also have no sharp edges, reducing the potential for berm damage.
Yes, the berms themselves have the exact same design, dimensions and bracket pocket positioning. The only thing new is the bracket. Our new wire bracket has replaced the traditional L bracket. We were receiving feedback from customers to innovate a bracket that would not slide out of the sidewall pockets when moved, so we did. Customers so far are loving this new model.
Our customers were reporting back to us from the field that the flat bar aluminum brackets were slipping out of their berm sidewalls when moved. This moved us to test alternative designs that would address this challenge and ease use on the job.
Our new wire brackets are made from heavy gauge steel and have been thoroughly tested to perform better than the previous aluminum bar.
No. The great thing about our patent-pending bracket design is that they are pinched a bit to slide into the berm sidewall pocket, and spring back out a bit to “lock” into place. Watch the difference here.
By design, the brackets are pinched when sliding them into the berm sidewall pocket and will spring back and the top portions will hold in place. See how they work here.
These berms can be constructed from many materials to suit your specific spill containment needs. We carry a variety of materials that are UV and chemical resistant. Common and stocked berm materials are 40 mil polyethylene, vinyl, and our proprietary X-Guard.
Yes, brackets come included in the purchase price of each unit. Berms can also be purchased without brackets, or replacement/extra brackets can also be ordered.
The number of brackets per berm is determined by the dimensions, but brackets are generally placed ~30” apart around the perimeter for ultimate stability.
We keep an inventory of the industry’s most common 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 get a quote.
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 here.
PacTec’s wire spill containment berms are the most economical option available. They are a very inexpensive way of ensuring compliance with regulations and to meet the requirements of most spill containment guidelines on job sites.
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