Fluidall’s Secondary Containment Tanks are Compliant with The EPA’s SPCC Regulations
The SPCC Regulations state that “Secondary containment tanks must be able to hold a minimum of 110% capacity of the largest primary tank within a stack or 110% capacity of an individual primary tank.
Fluidall’s secondary containment tanks provide an excellent secondary barrier between primary oil storage tanks and the external environment. Available in poly, aluminum and steel, our containment tanks are designed for use with our stackable poly tanks. Our containment tanks are compliant with the latest SPCC regulations when correctly sized with primary oil tanks.
- Poly containment basins are rotomolded, created in one seamless piece, and can accommodate both gravity feed or pump dispense. The CV200 containment vessel features a built-in drip tray, and both our poly vessels are nestable.
- Aluminum diamondplate containment vessels are durable, and non-flammable.
- Steel containment vessels are compliant with one or multiple stacked tanks, and can accommodate both gravity feed or pump dispense. Our drip tray assembly does fit inside the containment vessel.
- Steel containment tanks with five inch legs are forklift ready for mobility around the shop. Configure forkliftable containment basins with only with a single primary tank (not a stacked tank system) and a top mountedpump package; they are not meant to be used with drip trays nor gravity feed dispense.
Contact a Fluidall representative to determine the most economical secondary tank solution for your oil and fluid containment needs.