Ultra-Containment Berms®

Ultimate Model

Unique, "Living Hinge" design allows hands-free drive in/drive out - No need to manually raise or lower the endwalls

The Ultra-Containment Berm, Ultimate Model is the perfect combination of convenience and economy when it comes to capturing leaks and spills that often occur during equipment maintenance or the transportation of containment drums. This spill containment berm features 12” walls that are supported with a unique “living hinge” that gives them the ability to bend under equipment and snap back into place. 
Key Features:
  • No need to manually raise or lower the end walls. 
  • Once a vehicle has entered or exited, the walls automatically spring back to their vertical position.
  • Both long sidewalls are held upright by PVC sidewall assemblies. Simply swivel the feet to lower the sidewalls for storage or transport to another location.
  • Convenient and economical spill containment for drums, IBCs, vehicles, equipment, frac tanks, and other large containers.  
  • Available in Copolymer 2000™, and other rugged materials.

  • Meets SPCC and EPA Container Storage Regulation 40 CFR 264.175 Spill Containment Regulations.


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Ultra-Containment Berms, Ultimate Model (Copolymer-2000)

Part# Dimensions ft. (m) Wall Height: 12 in. (305 mm) Containment Capacity gal. (L) Weight lbs. (kg) Where to Buy
8505 12 x 60 (3.7 x 18.3) 5,385 (20,382) 297.0 (134.5)
8506 15 x 50 (4.6 x 15.2) 5,610 (21,234) 290.0 (131.5)
8507 15 x 66 (4.6 x 20.1) 7,405 (28,028) 369.0 (167.0)


Ground Tarps & Track Belts  

Hose Stand

Self Bailer

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Not sure what model to choose?  Check out our Containment Berm Side-by-Side Comparison.

Specifications & Instructions

Chemical Compatibility

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the operating temperature range for the Containment Berms?
PVC:  Max 150°F, Min:  -20°F  
Copolymer-2000:  Max 160°F, Min:  -25°F  

What are the weights of the different materials?
Copolymer 2000 - 25 oz. / sq. yard
PVC - 22 oz. / sq. yard

What if I need to use the Ultra-Containment Berm with a chemical that is not listed in the compatibility guide?
If the chemical is not listed in the guide, chances are that chemical has not been tested with the material.  If we cannot get a definite answer from our engineering staff, we can send a testing kit to your customer for a 30-day immersion test. 

Can custom sized Containment Berms be ordered?
Yes, we can make Containment Berms in custom sizes in virtually any length and width.

What about custom heights?
At present, the standard height for the Foam Wall Model Containment Berm is 2" and 4" but can also be made in heights up to 12".  The Stake Wall Containment Berm and Ultimate Containment Berm are available with 12" sidewalls.  The Economy ModelRapid RiseCollapsible Wall and Compact Model Containment Berms can be made with sidewall heights of 12", 18" or 24".

What freight class do the Containment Berms ship under?
Ultra-Containment Berms ship from our factory in N. Augusta, SC 29860 at class 125.


What is included in the repair kit and how does it work?
The repair kit is simply an 11” x 36” piece of matching material and instructions on how to apply it to the Berm.  The only other item required is an industrial heat gun.


What is the optional Ground Tarp for?
The Ground Tarp provides added protection from punctures or damage from beneath the Containment Berm.  Standard procedure is to sweep the area of any rocks or debris, then place the Ground Tarp down followed by the Containment Berm.

How do I know what size Ground Tarp to order?
For smaller standard sized Berms, the 11' x 11' Ground Tarp is recommended (p/n 8311).  For larger Berms, the general rule of thumb is to add 4' to both the length and width dimensions of the Berm.  (e.g. a 16' x 64' Ground Tarp would be used for a 12' x 60 Containment Berm.


What are the Track Belts for?
Track Belts are strips of very heavy-duty material (Reinforced PVC) that lay down inside of the Berm.  They take the wear and tear from tires of the vehicles that are driving in and out of the Berms.  Thereby extending the life of the product.


There are so many different models.  What's the difference?
The thing that's different in each model is the way the sidewalls operates.  Some need to be manually set-up while others require very little or no set-up.  Each application will dictate which model is the best choice.  You can learn more by watching this video at UltraTech University.

Can I get a drain in my Containment Berm?
Yes, drains can be added at a minimal additional cost.  Contact us for more information.


I already have a Berm.  Can I add a drain myself?
Yes, installing a drain in the field is a fairly simple process.  Click here to download a set of instructions.  You will also need to purchase a bulkhead fitting (p/n 1073) and a drain plug (p/n 9960).


Patents Page

  • 40 CFR 264.175
  • Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Act (SPCC)