Foam Wall Spill Berms
Quick Set-Up Foam Wall Spill Berms: Custom & Standard Sizes Available
Foam Wall Spill Berms are a low profile option designed to help with containment under moving equipment and machinery. Made with 4, 6 or 8 inch walls, these berms offer quick setup, flexible transportation, and easy access onto the interior of the berm. Below you will find typical sizing for some of our foam wall containment berms. If you require different lengths, widths or heights, please do not hesitate to contact us with your specific requirements.
Foam Wall Berms Sizes
(Custom Drive-Through Berms Sizes and Heights Available on Request)
|Liner Material Options||Width||Length||Height|
|22 oz. or 30 oz. PVC
XR-5 (or equivalent)
|10' (3.05 m)||20' (6.09 m)||4" (0.10 m)|
|10' (3.05 m)||25' (7.62 m)||4" (0.10 m)|
|12' (3.66 m)||30' (9.14 m)||4" (0.10 m)|
|12' (3.66 m)||50' (15.24 m)||4" (0.10 m)|
|12' (3.66 m)||75' (22.86 m)||4" (0.10 m)|
Secondary Containment Berms Product Information
Foam Wall Berm Uses & Applications
The foam wall berm is designed to have a quick bounce back ability, making it easy for vehicles and other large products to be driven onto the unit. In addition, these berms are light in weight for fast response to unexpected spills and easy transportation around your facility.
Applications commonly used for this berm include:
- Large Tank Containment
- Vehicle Secondary Containment
- Containment for Machinery being Operated On
- Military Containment Operations
- Containment for Tankers and Machines
- Fast Response to Leaks and Spills
The foam wall berm offers a high level of versatility and is available with either a PVC, LLDPE, XR-5, Urethane, or Equivalent Fabric liner. These high resistance fabrics are ideal for containment as they can successfully resist several harmful liquids, oil, and chemicals.
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Transporting a Foam Wall Berm
Foam wall berms are most commonly used in locations where portability and easy access are a must. When arriving to your site, berms will typically be bundled up and tied as shown below. Berms should be tied back up when attempting to move them from one location to the next.
- Fold and Roll Up the Containment Berm: When completed, berms should look like a rolled up bundle that can be moved from one area to the next.
- After being rolled, berms will require a strap that fits around the berm to help with transport.
- Once on your site, roll and unfold the berm back into place following the Installation Guide.
Also available are a wide range of other products to help with the secondary containment of items such as chemical holding tanks, mixing tanks, oil absorbents and more.