Spacepac Industries offers modular
design TrackPans to capture Hazardous Spills from Railroad Tanker Cars
Ultra-TrackPans has been
designed to provide spill containment at industrial rail sidings, locomotive
maintenance and fueling facilities. Available in virtually any length,
Ultra-TrackPans may be used to collect small spills and leaks OR to capture and
channel off significant spills caused by defective equipment or a major
Ultra TrackPans can
also be ordered as complete systems: Popular 2743 mm, 12192 mm and 18288 mm
systems are available.
Center and Side Pans
are 1358 mm long; containment areas can be easily assembled to any length
desired. Track Pans are available with or without covers. Optional TrackPan
Rainwater out of the
Pans, Providing effective Stormwater Management unique stormwater feature is
designed to eliminate “pooling” of rain that falls on top of the Center Pan
Covers; rain is
channeled onto the ballast
between the tracks, stays out of the Pans.
• Prevent Costly
Cleanup and Regulatory Fines.
Design — Entire top surface is safe to walk on, even when wet or oily.
• All polyethylene
construction — Rugged TrackPans withstand harsh chemicals and are
designed to function
in temperatures ranging from -40° C to +60° C.
• Sealed System —
Polyethylene gaskets keep spills from falling between the rails and Pans.
Trucks and other
vehicles can drive over TrackPans with grates in place. To drive over TrackPans, firm
footing must be beneath the Pans; also must “ramp up” to Side Pans with asphalt
• Low Maintenance — Unlike carbon steel track pans,
TrackPans will not rust or corrode.
Polyethylene resin is treated
with a UV inhibitor, resists degrading effects of the sun.
• Low Cost
Installation — Lightweight TrackPans can be easily installed without heavy
lifting equipment, i.e., forklifts, cranes, backhoes, etc. Minimal tools and
• Slip Resistant
Surfaces — Pans,
grates and covers have been designed with safety in mind. All top surfaces
resist slips when wet or oily.
• Long Work Life — Estimated to perform for 20–30
years; longer than fiberglass pans.
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