Mobile bunding solution from Spill Station


Constructed from X-R5, a highly chemical resistant material, the Quickbund portable bunding system has a wide variety of applications from mining exploration to mobile generators and bulk liquid transfer.

A fold down wall makes access for trucks, forklifts and pallet jacks easy. 

Unlike PVC, the X-R5 will not become brittle and crack when exposed to oils and fuels.

A standard 1000L model folds down to a compact 500x500x100mm size and weighs only 10kg.

All of the 10 standard sizes in the range have high-frequency welded seams to prevent leaking and delamination. These standard sizes range from 1000 to 24,700L.

The Australian made Quickbund can also be custom made to any required size.

As well as being conveniently portable, the Quickbund can be deployed and fully functional in just seconds. Simply place on the ground and unfold to create a secure bunded area.

Anti-vibration nitrile pads ad puncture resistant underblankets extend the applications and durability of the Quickbund.

The Quickbund has been used by Australian Defence Forces for more than 10 years and will perform in a wide range of demanding environments.

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