Ultra-Spill Berms®

Plus Models

Taller spill berm helps contain or divert larger volume spills

Quickly divert spills away from storm drains and other environmentally-sensitive areas. 

The Ultra-Spill Berm Plus is quickly deployed and setup, acting as a dam to contain or divert spills.

  • Unique, urethane material "weeps" into small cracks and crevices to seal off liquid flow.
  • Material of construction is non-absorbing and is easily cleaned for repeated use.
  • Built-in connectors allow multiple units to be quickly and easily connected.
  • Helps comply with NPDES and SPCC

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Ultra-Spill Berm Plus Model

Part # Description Dimensions Weight lbs. (kg) Where to Buy
2054 Spill Berm Plus 5’ x 4” x 4½” (1,524 mm x 102 mm x 114 mm) 16.0 (7.0)

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Product Data Sheet:  Spill Berm Plus

Instructions

Chemical Compatibility

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I cut the Ultra-Spill Berm Plus? 
The Spill Berm Plus can be cut to size with a utility knife or other sharp blade.  However, keep in mind that if you cut it, you will lose the ability to connect it on one side since the connectors for this Spill Berm are built-in. As always, be sure to wear the appropriate PPE and use caution when cutting.

 

 

Can I connect Spill Berms together if I need to protect more than 5-feet?
Yes, by using the built-in connectors multiple Spill Berms can be joined together to form larger/wider containment areas.

 

 

 Do you have anything longer than 5 feet?
Yes, the standard Ultra-Spill Berm is 10 feet long. Keep in mind that product is 2 1/4" high (The Ultra-Spill Berm Plus is 4 1/2" high). If the 4 1/2" height is desired, you would need to connect two units together.

 

 

Your compatibility chart says 'NR' for the chemical that I'm using.  What exactly does that mean? 
'NR' stands for 'Not Recommended'.  HOWEVER, it is worth noting that most chemical compatibility guides (ours included) are based on a one-year immersion test.  In other words, the material being tested is completely immersed in the chemical in question.  After one year, the material is removed and checked for any degradation.  Needless to say, a spill response product is not going to be exposed to a chemical for a year.  So it's possible that the Spill Berm will be effective against a spill of a chemical that is listed as 'NR'. The best way to know for sure is to test for yourself.  Please contact our customer service team and they will be able to send you a no-charge sample.

 

 

Is there a way to make my Spill Berm installation more permanent?
Yes, cyanoacrylates can be used to bond the Ultra-Spill Berm Plus to a surface.  Cyanoacrylates are a family of strong fast-acting adhesives commonly sold under names such as "Super Glue" and "Krazy Glue".

 

 

Can I leave the Ultra-Spill Berm Plus outdoors?
The Spill Berm Plus is made with urethane and will degrade/break down in extended UV exposure.  It is recommended that Spill Berms only be exposed for as long as required to contain and clean-up a spill.  Long-term outdoor use is not recommended.

 

 

How do I clean the Spill Berm Plus after it's been used?
Typically, a standard soap and water mixture is all that is needed to clean a Spill Berm.  Once the Ultra-Spill Berm Plus has been cleaned it should be allowed to air dry and then returned to its original packaging.

 

 

Is the Spill Berm reusable?
Yes, the Ultra-Spill Berm Plus is reusable provided that it has not been exposed to a chemical that has caused any degradation.

 

 

How should the Ultra-Spill Berm Plus be stored?
The Ultra-Spill Berm Plus should be stored in a cool, dry area in the carrying case that it is shipped in. It is important that the Ultra-Spill Berm Plus does not touch itself because, over time, the touching areas will fuse together.  This can be prevented by wrapping the entire Spill Berm with plastic sheeting.  

 

 

Can I drive over it?
It is not recommended that the Spill Berm Plus be driven over.  The softer nature of the material can be damaged under vehicle tires and other equipment.