Anderson, SC (PRWEB) September 18, 2011 -- Basic Concepts introduces the next generation in secondary containment, the Patent Pending Rigid-Lock Quickberm. How does one continue to lead the market after 23 yrs? By reinventing the standard. Since its introduction, the original Sentry Quickberm has become the best selling berm design in the secondary containment market. This was accomplished by offering user friendly features like single piece construction and no assembly.
The Rigid Lock Quickberm (see video) combines these same desired features with a foldable right angle locking wall support that renders all other berm designs obsolete. One simple tug on the side wall secures the Rigid-Lock support into a firm, locked position. A simple push on the wall unlocks the Rigid-Lock support and lays the wall down. The Rigid-Lock support can be driven over from any angle when the support is in the lowered position.
The Rigid-Lock Quickberm offers no assembly, no parts to lose and has a clean, ergonomic design that reduces tripping hazards. Simply put, the Rigid-Lock Quickberm is the product environmentally conscious customers will prefer to use and from the initial response, promises to take the market by storm!
Basic Concepts’ products assists the men and women of the U.S. Military in doing their jobs in a safer, more environmentally responsible manner. These same products are also available and in use in hundreds of commercial and industrial applications around the globe helping to meet the most stringent environmental spill regulations.
Basic Concepts is a World War II veteran owned small business that manufactures environmental and spill containment products. Founded in 1988, the company is celebrating over 20 years of serving a global market one customer at a time from its manufacturing location in Anderson, SC.
Want to know more about Basic Concepts and its full line of secondary containment berms, oil spill and environmental products? Please contact:
Basic Concepts, Inc
1310 Harris Bridge Rd
Anderson, SC 29621
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