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June 16, 2018

Chemical absorbent boom

Chemical absorbent boom is a high quality and economical product for the containment and absorption of small and medium spills at the place of manufacture, transportation and use of chemicals.

Description

Code Dimensions Absorbency Packaging
CS7612 7.6cm x 1.2m 165L/box 20 pcs/box
CS10030 10cm x 3m 150L/box 8 pcs/box
  • Composition: Polypropylene

Features & Benefits

  • Absorbs the widest range of acids, bases, corrosives, chemicals and unknown liquids – even those with high concentrations like 98% sulfuric acid and 30% sodium hydroxide
  • Flame-resistant material won’t burn immediately like cellulose; melts when exposed to high heat while on the job
  • Heavy-weight construction is highly durable and absorbent for demanding tasks and large-volume cleanups
  • Strong, zinc-plated carbon steel attachment clips and rings allow you to link booms together for greater length
  • Yellow color makes booms easier to see in outdoor environments and clearly shows saturation level
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