Spill Deck Bladder Systems hidden containment bladder automatically unfurls to capture large spills or drum leaks.
How do you take the lowest profile spill containment pallet / deck on the market, drastically reduce its footprint and remain in compliance with the EPA and SPCC spill containment regulations? You don’t.
Well.. you didn’t. Not until we introduced the Ultra-Spill Deck Bladder Systems to the market that is. In our never-ending quest for new and improved products, we looked at the already popular Ultra-Spill Decks and asked ourselves how we could make a single Spill Deck (1, 2 or 4-drum) EPA and SPCC compliant without being connected to other Spill Decks (the standard Spill Decks use bulkhead fittings to connect to other units, allowing them to share containment). Spill Deck Bladder Systems solve this problem. The addition of a rolled up 66-gallon bladder to the Ultra Spill Deck made this possible. By adding Spill Deck Bladder Systems to any Spill Deck, we can provide a self-contained deck that meets the Federal Government’s spill containment requirements.
Spill Deck Bladder Systems are low profile, polyethylene containment decks which meet EPA and other spill containment regulations. Available in 1, 2 and, 4-drum modules, the low 5 3/4” deck height of the Spill Deck Bladder System allows safe and convenient drum loading, even without drum handling equipment. Add the optional polyethylene loading ramp for even greater handling ease.
Spill Deck Bladder Systems compact footprint saves valuable floor space, and is perfect for drum waste collection usage. Use the Spill Deck Bladder Systems in place of taller containment pallets − low 5 3/4” deck height offers significant safety and handling benefits. Overspills and small leaks are captured in the sump; catastrophic leaks deploy the bladder, allowing the system to meet regulations.
Warning: Spill Deck Bladder Systems cannot resuse bladders. Spilled liquids will more than likely cause the internal surfaces of the bladder to adhere to each other. We cannot guarantee the proper deployment of a reused bladder. For Bladder draining, we recommend using a Bladder Pump to remove any spilled contents from a sump or bladder. (Note: spillage should be pumped into an approved container)
Spill Deck Bladder Systems also have several optional components available. The Spill Deck Ramp (part# 1089) comes complete with two steel clips that quickly install on the end of the ramp. These clips hook onto the connecting Spill Deck and keep the ramp from moving or shifting during loading or unloading. NOTE: The ramp is not designed to be used with the P1 Spill Decks or the short side of the P2 Spill Decks.
To connect multiple decks together use Bulkhead fittings and T-strips. For each 26″ of side being connected to another deck, you’ll need one Bulkhead Fitting (part# 1073) and one T-Strip (part# 1131) that is connected. For example, if you’re connecting a 4-Drum Spill Deck to another 4-Drum Spill Deck you would need two Bulkhead Fittings and two T-Strips. If, on the other hand, you were connecting a 1-Drum Spill Deck to the short end of a 2-Drum Spill Deck, you would only need one each of the Bulkhead Fitting and T-Strip.
All of the Spill Deck Bladder Systems meet EPA requirements. The InLine Spill Deck Systems meet EPA requirements. By themselves, the 1-Drum, 2-Drum and 4-Drum Spill Decks do not meet EPA requirements. They must be connected to an UltraTech bladder or another Ultra-Spill Deck to increase the total sump capacity to 55 gallons minimum. Bladder replacements are available, Contact us for more details.