Angle Berm Technical Specifications
Below you will find the technical specifications, features, and benefits for the Aluminum Angle Spill Containment Berm. The aluminum angle berm features a rigid wall structure, high resistance liner material, and multiple fitting options to accommodate various storage requirements. Berms can be built to meet short term containment requirements under leaking tanks or machinery, as well as long-term containment under storage vessels.
Aluminum Angle Berm Technical Specifications
Aluminum angle berms are constructed using several high strength materials that allow the berm to retain its performance and flexibility over various periods of time.
Spill Berms Specifications:
Aluminum Angle Spill Berms Specifications
- Aluminum Angle Brackets for Side Support
- Multiple Sizes Available
*All berms come with standard aluminum angle brackets. If you are looking to store liquid in the berm that will reach 100% of the berm's capacity, ask about our heavy duty angle bracket options.
- Ground Covers, Cloths & Liners
- Heavy Duty Tread Pads
- Drain Fittings
- Patch & Repair Kits
- Carry & Storage Bags
- Easy to Set Up and Deploy
- Standard and Custom Sizing
- Removable Side Walls
- Light in Weight
- Large Containment Capacity
- Helps Sites Avoid Costly Fines
- Equipped with a High Level of Chemical Resistance
Additional Aluminum Angle Berm Information
The aluminum angle berm is has been used in a wide range of applications for the containment of tanks and other industrial products. For additional information on these products, including specifications, sizing, and product features, please view the pages listed below:
Installation and Site Setup:
Installation of the aluminum angle berms on your site involves a process of setting up and building side walls on your berm. When the berm arrives to your site, each product will have a liner and a bundle of aluminum angle brackets. Built into each wall of the liner are pockets that are designated for the the L brackets. A general installation method can be seen below:
- Roll Out and Unfold the Liner
- Place each L Bracket near it's Intended Wall Pocket
- Insert L Brackets into the Walls (The bottom part of the L bracket should fit underneath the bottom of the berm)
- Repeat Until All the Walls are Built
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