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Secondary Containment Liner

Secondary Containment Liner

It’s prudent always to have a fallback strategy. The term “secondary containment liner” refers to a backup system put in place to prevent leaks and spills if the primary system is overwhelmed. A liner is needed for the secondary containment system, just as there was for the primary system. Similar care and upkeep will be given to this secondary containment liner as was given to the primary. The experts at Agra Liner are responsible for ensuring the environment is protected and that liquids are correctly stored by installing your secondary containment liner.

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Agricultural Tank Liners

Size and Installation Process 

Like your primary liner, your secondary one must be environmentally friendly. Because of the importance of having a fallback plan, the specialists at Agra Liners evaluate secondary liners. The secondary containment system must be equal to or greater than 110% of the tank’s volume. This necessitates the secondary liner to be bigger than the original tank. Protecting the environment and the people who live in it requires going above and beyond what is needed.

If you provide Agra Liners, LLC with information about your current setup, they can help you determine what size secondary liner you’ll need. We encourage you to call us at 405-214-9971 if you have any questions.

Spill Free with a Secondary Containment Liner

The secondary liner must be big enough to absorb a certain percentage of the spill in case the main one fails. The onus for taking corrective action rests with the operator or owner. Liners for secondary containment, which are more adaptable, are typically used for volatile substances like gas or toxic chemicals. Liners like these are made of rigid materials and won’t break or corrode easily. The potential for damage and waste is immediately diminished. Our experts believe it helps practice leak and spill response procedures. The response time to a failure should be a maximum of a few hours. Time is of the essence because some substances in containment may be dangerous if released into the air.

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