Floor Bunding

Implementing permanent floor bunding is a superior strategy for establishing protected areas in workshops, wash bays, areas for liquid storage, within warehouses, or surrounding fueling and parking zones. These barriers are essential for capturing spills or confining liquids to prevent contamination of nearby soil or water bodies.

Silverback's spill containment solutions feature various materials, sizes, and purposes. Consider the following factors when choosing the type of containment barrier suitable for your needs.

Barrier Height

The elevation of the containment barrier is crucial. Understanding the types of vehicles or equipment that will cross the barrier aids in selecting the most appropriate option. For instance, forklifts typically require a lower clearance. In contrast, pedestrian traffic may pose tripping risks, which is a significant concern for some. Additionally, the desired containment volume in the event of a spill, as outlined by AS1940-2004, might necessitate a taller barrier, especially in areas with limited space.

Durability Under Traffic

The nature and volume of traffic, whether by wheels or on foot, over the containment barrier will influence the durability requirements of the barrier. Each containment solution offers distinct advantages, with load capacity and durability vital considerations in the selection process.

Types of Liquids

The nature of the potentially contained liquids will guide the choice of material for the barrier, and whether the liquid is flammable, highly hazardous, or mild influences the selection.

Installation Simplicity

The installation process for our containment options is designed to be straightforward. The choice of Floor Bunding often depends on the required longevity and the type of traffic expected to cross the barrier.

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