In this application the customer was looking for secondary containment of a Bulk Fuel Transfer Site. This facility is a high traffic area with large commercial tankers unloading along a 245 foot stretch. The volume of containment requested was 20,000 gallons and due to the limited driving surface it required wide turn entrances and exits into and out of the system.
The proposed solution incorporated our Camel system; a wood core system encapsulated in fiberglass with a non-slip surface including 2 ramps for entry and exit. The system measures 245 feet long and 14 feet wide with 8 inch walls for a total of 20,000 gallons of containment. Like all of our truck containment, this system is surface mounted, took only two days to install and allowed for virtually no site disruption.
We take pride in our ability to customize solutions for our customers. As you can see in the photos, we customized wide turn entrances and exits to 18 feet with extended ramps. This fuel pad containment system is a long term solution with the ability to be broken into smaller units and/or relocated to accommodate future needs.
"I have been installing Poly Dike MPE Systems for well over a year. My business requires a system that ships easily and installs quickly with minimal personnel and tools yet provides robust spill containment in a professional looking package. The MPE System not only meets, but exceeds my expectations in each of these areas ... All-in-all, I guess what’s most impressive is that after a single installation, every customer of mine now requires that I use the Poly Dike MPE for his job site. Nothing speaks more to the confidence me and my customers have in the MPE system than that."
- John Hite, A & A Construction, Inc.
“I just received an email this morning stating that it was fabulous. Two guys set it up and it worked perfectly. The customer is extremely satisfied and grateful. Thank you for supporting this requirement and ensuring it was all you claimed it would be. Great asset to have!”
- Deborah K. Whitley (Deb) Fort Bragg, N.C. Bladder Dike MPE Utilized by Special Forces Overseas.