Meet EPA regulations with low-cost outdoor spill containment for multiple IBC tanks
Storing multiple IBCs, totes or tanks outdoors can take up a lot of room, and a lot of money. But with the Modular IBC Spill Pallets, it can take up less of both. By connecting the containment sumps and sharing walls, these units offer an economical solution that takes up a relatively small amount of space.
- Each IBC tank sits on a heavy-duty spill pallet with a capacity of 9,000 lbs UDL.
- Each of the low profile spill pallets has a containment capacity of 75-gallons and measures 62" x 62" x 8.75”H.
- Any number of the modular spill pallets can be connected together with bulkhead fittings. Two (2) bulkhead fittings are used to connect one pallet to the next.
- To increase containment capacity, a 65-gallon capacity Expansion Tank is available.
- "Flow-through"bulkhead fittings (1.25-inch diameter) are used to connect spill pallets and Expansion Tanks together.
- Bulkhead fittings allow spills to be channeled throughout the containment system, thereby "borrowing" containment capacity from adjacent spill pallets and Expansion Tanks.
- Constructed of 100% polyethylene, eliminating the potential for rust and corrosion. They offer excellent chemical resistance to a broad range of chemicals including acids, solvents and oils.
- Standard offerings include: 2-tank, 3-tank, 4-tank and 5-tank models.
- Connecting an Expansion Tank to a spill pallet also requires two (2) bulkhead fittings.
- Bulkhead fittings are included with each 2-, 3-, 4-, or 5-tank model.
- Once five (5) or more spill pallets are connected together, the total containment capacity is 375 gallons minimum and does not require use of an Expansion Tank to meet the spill containment regulations.
- Optional Extender Kits (Part# 9658) provide for the addition of another compartment. (1 tank per Extender Kit).
- Meets SPCC and EPA Container Storage Regulation 40 CFR 264.175.
- Helps meet Stormwater Management Regulations - NPDES, 40 CFR 122.26 (1999).
- Considered a "Best Management Practice" (BMP) for providing effective stormwater management.