Frac Tank Secondary Containment
The secondary containment solutions below are designed to help operators comply and keep the environment and your team of employees safe. With common sizes ranging from the more typical 21,000 gallon up to 200,000 gallons versatility is a key when deploying the needed spill containment. You can GO BIG, but you won't need to GO HOME with IPI getting you into EPA compliance with our Secondary Containment Berms!
L-Bracket Spill Containment Berm Features:
The L-Bracket Spill Containment Berm is an ideal and economical solution for Frac tank secondary containment requirements. The L-Bracket Berm is the perfect solution for fast, easy and safe deployment in any environment! It can be easily set up by unfolding the berm and lifting the walls into place; then simply slide the heavy-duty brackets into the slots on the berm. This sturdy "L" frame construction ensures that your walls stay secure and stable, while deploying instantly and taking only minutes to set up or break down. With this method of setup, you'll never have to worry about any straps or trip hazards, making it ideal for use in a wide variety of environments. The L-Bracket Berm provides excellent secondary containment for Frac Tanks, with wall heights ranging from 6" up to 24". And when it's time to move your berm, all you need to do is slip out the brackets, collapse and fold it up – it's that simple! Plus, optional drains can be added for even greater convenience. Built with quality XR5 fabric that has a long history of proven results spanning over 40 years, you can trust this reliable product.
Ultra-Containment Wall from 12" to 36" Heights
For over 20 years, IPI has been an innovator in the industry of secondary containment products. We strive to provide our clients with useful, up-to-date information about the applications for these products so that they can make informed decisions when making a purchase. The walls are another example of that as they are easy to set up and has several unique features that provide superior performance: it's constructed with heavy-duty walls and a PVC fabric material liner. Additionally, its higher semantic richness allows it to be more accurately configured for a wide range of applications and environments. The Ultra Containment Wall is the perfect solution for any size fracking or spill containment area, boasting wall sections and corners that can be quickly and easily assembled together to form almost any shape or size. Constructed from durable 30 mil textured polyethylene liner, this system is designed to provide a rugged, impermeable barrier that will capture tank leaks and spills with ease. Plus, the Ultra Containment Wall does not require securing to the substrate, making it ideal for use in parking lots, sandboxes, rocky soils, muddy soils -- even on frozen or concrete surfaces. Not only does this containment system offer optimal versatility when it comes to installation and reuse in future frac tank sites, but it also meets all SPCC and EPA Container Storage Regulation 40 CFR 264.175 standards for long-term high-capacity spill containment. With walls ranging from 12" to 36" heights available in the system, you'll be able to construct large-scale or mini containment areas as needed -- without worrying about having an inadequate product. Assembling the Ultra Containment Wall is simple since each wall section connects with other pieces via interlocking grooves and tongue systems. This modular design also allows you to quickly expand your containment area or create a new one if needed; just snap together your desired components and you're almost done! Moreover, disassembly is equally straightforward since all you have to do is pull apart the pieces for reuse at another location whenever necessary.
- Versatile modular system can be easily disassembled for reuse at future sites.
- The unique feature with the Ultra containment Wall is since it is not secured to the substrate it works well for use in parking lots, sand, rocky soil, muddy soil, frozen soil or on concrete areas.
- Meets SPCC, EPA Container Storage Regulation 40 CFR 264.175
A QuickBerm® is the perfect, safe and efficient way to contain spills that occur during truck fueling, frac tank storage and other vehicle maintenance activities. Our single-piece construction utilizes a patented Rigid-Lock wall support system which enables an unobstructed workspace inside the berm while protecting personnel from trips and falls on the outside perimeter. The walls are held in a 12-inch (305-mm) high, 90° vertical position with stainless steel wall supports. Our QuickBerm® is designed for quick and easy setup with no assembly required - just unroll it. lock walls into place and go! Plus, its durable modified PVC coated fabric can withstand long term UV exposure - making it great for outdoor use. QuickBerms are made to be as ergonomic as possible too - providing 100% inside berm accessibility with an unobstructed side-to-side floor space for vehicle tires, foot traffic and cleaning. With its innovative design, there's no better spill containment solution than QuickBerm® for any type of work environment or terrain.
Black Diamond L-Bracket Berm
IPI can provide an economical solution for your fracking operations with our Black Diamond Frac Tank Berm secondary containment system. We partner with Enpac and offer berms designed to contain spills from storage tanks and drilling fluids, with walls up to 48" in height. All of these systems meet or exceed EPA requirements by containing a minimum of 10% of the total volume of the primary containers or 100% of the volume of the largest container, whichever is greater. At IPI, we understand that safety is paramount when it comes to oil field work, and we are dedicated to providing innovative solutions for every level of operation. The advanced containment systems make drill sites safer than ever before by capturing drips and spills in real time. Additionally, we use strict manufacturing processes to ensure that our products are built to last and will remain effective over time. With features such as corrosion-resistant coatings and galvanized steel frames, our spill containment systems are designed to protect your workers and environment from potentially harmful contaminants. We strive to be a world leader in spill prevention technology, offering advanced solutions that can help all sizes of businesses comply with regulations while also keeping their sites safe and secure. Our Frac Tank Berms are designed for maximum performance in even the most challenging conditions - from extreme temperatures and pressure changes to frequent washdowns - so you can trust them for years ahead. So, whether you're an independent operator or a large oil company working on multiple sites at once, IPI has got you covered with its advanced spill containment solutions.
Ultra-Track Pans are available in two models, one with a cover and one without. After the 2023 railroad events and issues in Ohio, spills are even more of a concern. These units are low maintenance. The Railroad spill pan has a polyethylene resin with a UV inhibitor to resist sun and corrosion damage. All top surfaces are designed to resist slips and falls. These railcar spill containment pans also have a long work life, they will last 20-30 years.
Are you in need of secondary containment solutions, and require them quickly? IPI has the perfect solution for you. We offer a wide variety of flexible spill berms that come in a range of sizes, so whatever your need may be, we have what you're after! You can easily order online through our website, or you can call or chat with our berm experts who are on hand to answer any questions - call us today at 1-800-474-7294! IPI has been in business for 25 years, and over this time we have built up an excellent reputation due to the quality of our services and products.
Frac tanks use in the U.S. started in 1947. You may require secondary containment to comply with EPA and other Governmental regulations to operate.
Frac tanks, also known as “tote” or “intermediate bulk containers (IBCs),” are designed for the temporary storage of chemicals and other materials during production processes, such as fracking operations. The tank is usually made of steel, is highly durable and can be loaded onto a truck or trailer for easy transportation. The primary use of frac tanks is to store fluids such as water, oil and other chemicals that are used in the fracking process. They provide a convenient and secure way to transport these materials from the wellsite to a treatment facility. The tanks can also be used for other industrial applications, such as storing fuel and other materials.
They can also be customized with accessories such as pumps, filters, valves and gauges. The tanks are designed to safely contain hazardous materials while they are being transported or stored. They feature an inner wall that is impermeable to water, oil and other liquids. With their durability, strength and flexibility, frac tanks are essential components of many industrial processes. Note: Always consult with a qualified expert when dealing with any industrial processes.
• The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) may require secondary containment for your frac tanks.
• This is to ensure that any hazardous materials stored in the tank do not escape into the environment.
• Secondary containment involves placing a barrier around or beneath a storage container, such as an earthen berm or concrete wall, to capture and contain leaks should they occur.
• It also includes other measures like regular inspections of containers and other preventative maintenance activities designed to detect potential problems before they cause environmental damage.