Applications

Safespill Systems can protect each flammable liquid transfer point throughout the supply chain.

Below are examples of typical applications, but solutions can be designed for any application with a risk of pool fires.

Railcar risks include valve/pump failure during unloading
Tank truck unloading risks include valve/hose connection failure
IBCs storing flammables are at risk of forklift punctures & fire exposure
IBCs storing flammables are at risk of forklift punctures & fire exposure
Image of a composite IBC and barrels for flammable liquids
Dispensing from IBCs or drums can cause accidental spills and vapor releases
Palletized materials face risks during truck loading & unloading
An alternative to AFFF fire protection systems for aircraft hangars
An alternative to AFFF fire protection systems for aircraft hangars

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Railcar Unloading Station

FEATURES

  • Handles spills ranging from 5 – 500 gpm
  • Floor sections are sloped to ensure proper drainage
  • Rails are sandwiched between flexible seals, to avoid leakage while accounting for spur deflection
  • Spilled liquids can be pumped to a nearby containment tank or Frac Tank

INSTALLATION

  • Installs in 2 – 3 days
  • Rails do not need to be removed or altered in any way
  • Railcar operations can continue per usual

Tank Truck Unloading Station

FEATURES

INSTALLATION

  • Installs in 2 – 3 days

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Storage Unit for 80 – 100 IBCs

FEATURES

  • Safely stores up to 100 composite IBCs
  • Fraction of the cost of traditional flammable liquids room
  • Fire protection scheme based on the proven protection layout from FM Datasheet 7-29
  • Can tie into the existing fire water main, or can be provided with a plug & play fire pump skid

INSTALLATION

  • Installs in 5 – 6 days
  • Can easily be broken down and installed again elsewhere
  • No need to cut or modify existing concrete substrate

Storage Unit for 18 IBCs

FEATURES

  • Safely stores up to 18 composite IBC
  • Fraction of the cost of traditional flammable liquids room

INSTALLATION

  • Installs in 3 – 4 days
  • Can easily be broken down and installed again elsewhere
  • No need to cut or modify existing concrete substrate
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IBCs storing flammables

FEATURES

  • Safely dispense flammable liquids out of composite IBCs
  • Units are custom made to accommodate client specific dispensing needs and IBC quantities
  • Fraction of the cost of traditional flammable liquids room
  • Fire protection achieved through FM Approved automatic sprinklers or water mist system
  • Can tie into existing fire water main, or can be provided with plug & play fire pump skid

INSTALLATION

  • Installs in 2 – 5 days
  • Can easily be broken down and installed again elsewhere
  • No need to cut or modify existing concrete substrate

Bulk Pallet Storage

FEATURES

  • Each bay safely stores up to 100 pallets. Adjoin bays to increase capacity, as shown.
  • Fraction of the cost of traditional flammable liquids room
  • Fire protection scheme based on proven protection layout from FM Datasheet 7-29
  • Can tie into existing fire water main, or be provided with plug & play fire pump skid

INSTALLATION

  • Installs in 5 – 6 days
  • Can easily be broken down and installed again elsewhere
  • No need to cut or modify existing concrete substrate

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An alternative to AFFF fire protection systems for aircraft hangars

MAIN BENEFITS

INSTALLATION

  • Installs in 2 – 5 days
  • Can easily be broken down and installed again elsewhere
  • No need to cut or modify existing concrete substrate

The system is installed on a load bearing concrete floor designed with a 0.5% slope towards the hangar doors. Additionally, a trench drain system according to NFPA 409 is considered to be integrated in the hangar floor.