As a supplier, Century Group Inc. is proactive in the railroad industry by ensuring that all sales and technical field representatives have been through the Class I Railroad’s e-rail safe program, the Roadway Worker On-Track Safety program overseen by the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and the Transportation Worker Identification Credential Program (TWIC) implemented by Transportation Security Agency (TSA) and the U. S. Coast Guard. Safety and security at jobsites is the highest priority at Century Group Inc. All Century Group products are American made, manufactured at our five locations across the U.S.
Locomotive Fueling Facility
The Century HDPE Enviropan® features:
A patented closed drain system minimizing exposure at pan and cross drain connection.
Flexible characteristics allowing for maximum seal between the pan and rail.
Greater collection capacity than common containment systems.
State-of-the-art ribbed design which channels the flow of materials and minimizes residues.
Revolutionary self flashing pans which eliminate additional flashing and mechanical fasteners.
The Century HDPE Enviropan® is:
High impact resistant.
Puncture and tear resistant.
Greatly resistant to the broadest array of materials.
Extremely resistant to ultra violet rays.
Ribbed in design for rigid structure.
Not adversely affected by extreme high or low temperatures.
Spill Collection Pans for Maintenance of Way Equipment Wash
The Century HDPE Enviropan®:
Fits 85# rail and up.
Can be easily removed and reinstalled for track maintenance.
Is easily relocated with no damage.
Is manufactured for open or closed drain systems.
Can be used in curved or tangent track.
Suitable for collecting liquid and dry bulk material.
Railroad Secondary Containment at Food Processing Facility
The Century HDPE Enviropan® IS:
Light weight which allows for easy handling by a four man crew.
Installed with no motorized equipment in sensitive areas.
Ribbed designed which reduces foot contact with product residue.
Walkway grating compatible.
Slip resistant textured surface.
HDPE Enviropans at Commuter Rail Carwash Facility Oakland, California
The Century HDPE Enviropan®:
Can be installed with minimal track preparation.
Is light weight which minimizes labor and equipment costs.
Modular light weight construction allows for the fastest installation in the industry, virtually eliminating railroad track downtime.
Protects railroad track structure after installation, thus reducing future maintenance costs.
Has the most economical installation cost of any railroad spill collection system in the industry.
Railroad Spill Collection System at Railroad Tank Car Loading Rack
The Century HDPE Enviropans meet best management practices in regards to railroad spill collection. With Federal and State agencies regulating pollution under the Clean Water Act, the Enviropans can be a very valuable component of your company’s Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPP) and Facility Response Plan (FRP) by meeting EPA’s Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) plan CFR 112.7(h)(1) at your:
Facility Tank Car Loading/Unloading Racks
Locomotive Fueling Areas
Railcar Maintenance Shops
Railcar Wash Facilities
Light Rail Passenger Stations
Dry Bulk Cargo Facilities
HDPE Enviropans at Locomotive Fueling Facility
Let the Century HDPE Enviropans be an integral part of your environmental plan. Considered the best available technology in railroad spill collection today, the Century Enviropans can help railroad and industry:
Protect their employees and the public
Protect their public image
Avoid expensive cleanup costs
Avoid action and penalties from the EPA and other regulatory agencies
Avoid costly litigation
Comply with CWA • SWPP and EPA – SPCC 40 CFR 112.7(h)(1) guidelines
Facility HDPE Spill Collection Pans at Food Manufacturing Facility
Temperature Range -100°F to +200°F
Volume Capacity 474 Gallons per 30`Section
Weight ¼” Material Thickness Field Pan 95 lbs.
Gauge Pan 120 lbs.
Cross Drain 85 lbs.
Tensile Strength at Yield 3600 psi
Elongation at Break 600%
Flexural Modulus 165,000 psi
Tensile Impact 170 ft. lbs/in2
Aviation Fuel Transloading – U. S. Air Force
One important aspect of a railroad spill collection system is the overall width of the system to insure that any accidental spills, leakage, overfills of tank cars, locomotive fuel tanks, etc… are contained. It is Century’s experience that in most cases a 12′ wide system is necessary to insure that accidental spills from the top of railroad tank cars or from locomotive fuel tanks are captured.
In most cases, the average tank car maximum diameter ranges from 9’8” to 10’2”. During transloading operations of railroad tank cars from the top of the tank car, it is important to contain spills that migrate off of the top and drip vertically at the outer most radius. One should also take into consideration that tank cars have ladders, grated walk areas and other equipment may cause the liquids to splash or migrate a greater distance away from the edge of the tank car. With this in mind, it is important to insure that the width of your field pan will catch these accidental spills.
Call 1-800-527-5232 for a template of the Railroad Spill Containment System Inspection Form & Policy.
Cross Section of Railroad Tank Car over HDPE Enviropan System
Section Cross Drain View of the HDPE Enviropan System
Cross Drain Section View
Isometric Layout View