Containment Basins & Spill Tanks
Containment basins and spill tanks are also commonly known as drip pans. These tank systems are commonly used for applications where containment of an interior tank's content is important for safety of employees or the contents pose as a potential environmental hazard.
Secondary containment basins are ideal for nearly eliminating the chances of costly spills and avoiding regulatory fines. Gallon capacity of secondary containment basins range from 55 gallons to 6800 gallon containment basins.
Manufactures of our secondary containment basins include:
- Ace Roto-Mold
- Custom Roto
Spill containment Trays:
12 Gallon to 2,000 gallons containment trays and exterior tanks available for sale nationwide. The containment systems are available in a variety of dimensions for virtually any containment requirement. Please do not hesitate to contact our experts for assistance today.It is important to check with applicable regulatory agencies on containment requirements pertaining to specific substances.
Features and Benefits Include:
- Polyethylene construction that is rust and corrosion resistant.
- Rugged durability and easy maneuverability
- Can be nested for easy stacking and storage during nonuse.
Chemical Resistant Spill Trays
Chemical resistant spill trays are manufactured from durable medium grade polyethylene in one seamless piece and features superior chemical and impact resistance. The bottom of these trays feature a ribbed construction that keeps the tray's contents elevated. Available sizes include a range of 12 to 30 gallons.
Plastic Spill Containment Tanks
Plastic spill containment tanks are designed to be large enough to fit another tank within it. These rectangular containment systems feature durable construction and are manufactured from high grade polyethylene resin in one seamless piece.
Available Containment Tank Sizes and rectangular containment tank gallon capacities range from 360 to 2000 gallons.
Regardless of your containment needs the experts at PlasticWaterTanks.com are here to assist you. Our experts can provide insight on chemical storage requirements. We can help you answer technical questions about the best containment system based on a substance's specific gravity or ph level.
Many of our containment tanks are used in collection systems for temporary liquid storage. The polyethylene used in the manufacturing process is going to be a medium or high density polyethylene with ultraviolet inhibitors. Our selection includes tanks with semi translucent walls for easy surveying and measuring of the containment tank's contents. It is important to note that our open top rectangular polyethylene tanks are not manufactured for the primary storage of liquids. They are only to be used for temporary or containment applications.