Chemical Storage > Secondary Containment Guide
Secondary containment is an important safeguard that helps plant operators mitigate the risks associated with chemical spills. The system normally consists of a primary tank, which is surrounded by a secondary container or wall. Between the two is an interstitial space. If the primary container fails and a chemical leaks, the secondary system prevents the chemical from spilling out beyond the unit.
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Industries that rely on secondary containment
The types of secondary containment systems available
Which containment solution is right for your needs
Components of the SAFE-tank
Known as the leader in crosslinked polyethylene chemical tanks, Poly Processing is a company dedicated to storage safety, as well as operational- and cost-effectiveness. This national company has worked to raise the standards of the industry and continually develops new and better storage concepts that are based on client feedback.