Oil Spill Cleanup Equipment
Question: Hello. I am looking for a decontamination pool that I can use to wash down my equipment after a spill. Do you have anything like this?
Answer: There are a couple of decontamination pools that you could choose from to help wash down equipment after a spill. In particular, some of the most common choices for this type of oil spill cleanup include the Oil Spill Frame Tank and the Oil Spill Onion Tank. Either of these tanks could provide you with firm and reliable containment of materials during an oil spill or cleanup situation.
One of the most popular choices for oil spill cleanup includes a strong and reliable frame tank. These tanks typically feature a height of approximately one foot and uses aluminum or steel to help provide added support to the tank.
Built with a 22 oz. PVC liner capable of withstanding oil, chemicals, and other hazardous liquids, these tanks are the perfect choice for decontamination of your products during cleanup efforts.
- Frame: 1" x 1" x 125" 6061-T6 Aluminum Steel Frame
- 22 oz. PVC liner
- Optional Drain Fittings
Another favorite for fast action response to spills, is the self rising onion tank. This rounded tank contains a foam collar that has been designed to rise on its own as it begins to fill with water.
This self-supporting, self-rising ability creates a tank that can not only be used as a pool, but can also be used as secondary containment under trucks, machinery, or pipes during an immediate spill.
- Liner Material Options
- PVC Liner (18 or 22 oz.)
- XR-5 (or equivalent) (30 oz.)
- Foam Collar
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