Spill Containment

Floor Bunding – Drive Over Rubber Bunding Solutions

Floor bunding (also known as rubber floor bunding) is an effective drive over bunding solution designed for heavy vehicle movements. Install the product yourself or have us manage the installation for you. We ship the product directly to you on a small skid suitable for forklift operation and can supply pre-drilled, pre-cut and ready to install.

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rubber floor bunding on Brisbane job site

What is rubber floor bunding?

  • A permanent or temporary rubber floor bunding solution allowing vehicles access to bunded containment areas (also referred to as drive over bunding or rollover bund).
  • A durable form of spill control that is easily installed (supplied including fasteners for installation).

* If you require a temporary bunding solution be sure to take a closer look at our portable bunding products. We also offer flexible floor bunding designed specifically for high volume vehicle access.

Rubber floor bunding creates a perfect barrier for wash-bays. It is also ideal when employed as secondary containment for liquid storage areas that contain bunded spill pallets or IBC bunds and water diversion as required.

Rubber Floor Bunding 40mm heightRubber floor bunding is 40mm x 120mm wide and as opposed to square set bunding is not a trip hazard due to its height and shape making it a more versatile option for spill containment in heavy trafficked areas.

When considering the right floor bunding solution for your business, take into account the amount of traffic and expected usage expected during the life cycle of the product.

Rubber floor bunding stands up over time and is designed to protect the environment while providing vehicular access allowing for improved storage and transfer. We haven’t had a disappointed customer yet.

Two Stage Hole - Bunding InstallationHow to install Floor Bunding

The product is easily installed and is supplied in 5m sections or by the meter. Multiple sections are then joined seamlessly into a bunded area for perfect watertight containment. The bunding fastens into solid concrete floors with masonry fasteners. The use of adhesives ensures it is watertight and leak proof.

  1. Simply lay the bunding out flat in the sun for 30 mins prior to the installation. This softens the rubber making it for easier handling and shaping.
  2. Ensure the rubber bunding is pre-drilled with a two-stage depth. This should be 25mm for the first (15mm deep) and 8mm – 10mm the rest of the way through creating a shoulder for the bolt.
  3. 45 Degree AngleNext, mark out and set out the area with a chalk line and lay the bunding out dry ensuring a good fit.
  4. Use the rubber bund section as a template and drill the concrete with a masonry drill bit 10mm deep.
  5. Remove and sweep the concrete dust from the work area.
  6. Liberally apply adhesive, starting from one end working the bunding into place securing the bolt as you go.

Pro Tip
It’s wise to utilize an air blower to blow the dust, especially the pre-drilled holes to ensure there is no difficulty with fitting the bolts. If you are doing the installation yourself, steel Dyna bolts will allow for a superior floor bunding installation.

Trade Environmental can install your floor bunding at your premises

Prefer to have the product installed for you?

Contact us today for a free quote. We’ve been installing Rubber Floor Bunding for a wide range of businesses for many years and have the expertise to handle even the trickiest installation jobs.

TERFBRubber floor bunding40mm120mm5mtr
TEFFBFlexible floor bunding75mm100mm5mtr or 10 mtr
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*These products (both TERFB and TEFFB) are available by the meter.
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Technical Terms:

  • FREEBOARD: Distance from water line to top of the float chamber
  • SKIRT: Material used between the float and the ballast chain pocket (PVC)
  • DRAFT: Distance from the water line to the bottom of the curtain
  • BALLAST: Area of curtain closest to the sea floor, weighted with gal chain to ensure curtain shape and integrity
  • CONNECTOR: ASTM standard, Z-connector


Can I drive over it with heavy machinery?
Yes, we even refer to it as drive over bunding. But if it’s a known wheel path we can arrange to have ramps fabricated to allow even easier vehicle access. This can be more effective than a sudden bump for forklifts and prolongs the lifespan of the product. Generally, as a rule, heavy graded earthmoving equipment is not advised to drive directly on the rubber floor bund.
Is it OK to use outdoors?
Yes, but please remember it creates a watertight seal. If it rains and the water can’t get away the area can pool creating a hazard. Outdoor use such as for wash bays usually has a floor waste pump allowing the water to get away. TRADE ENVIRO specialise in wash bay design and installations.
What adhesives do I use?
Different surfaces respond better to different adhesives. We use Fuller 303 for the best results (SIKA FLEX doesn’t stick well to the rubber). Ensure a continuous line – for best results apply in a zig-zag motion as per the diagram below.
Zig Zag Glue Pattern for Bunding Installation
How long will it take to get it?
We can usually supply rubber floor bunding within 10 days, faster if you are located in Brisbane or the Sunshine Coast. Installations need to be booked in advance.

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