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December 20, 2018

Cellusorb CS2

Cellusorb CS2 is a 100% cellulose oil and fuel absorbent for use on water. It is completely biodegradable and is produced from recycled waste cellulose materials. CS2 is highly oleophilic (“oil loving”) and will readily attach itself to all forms of hydrocarbons. It will absorb up to 19 times its own weight in oil based products – even when wet!

CS2 has been designed to be used on small scale spills on harbours, docks, wharves, marinas, re-fuelling depots, beaches, bird sanctuaries, reefs or mangrove areas – wherever an oil spill could occur. CS2 can be spread over a spill surface and unlike most absorbents, will absorb trace water and eliminate sheen.

CS2 is particularly well suited as a filtration medium for removing hydrocarbons from storm water collection systems, sump pits and interceptor systems.


  • Material: Polypropylene
  • Packaging: 8kg/bale

Features & Benefits

  • Rapid absorption on water – CS2’s rapid wicking action makes the product ideally suited for use in sensitive eco-systems. It is environmentally inert posing no dangers to flora, fauna or aquatic life.
  • Super absorbent – only small amounts of CS2 are required so it’s highly cost effective. The high buoyancy facilitates containment and retrieval. It is easy, safe to use and lightweight.
  • Produced from recycled raw materials – CS2 is 100% cellulose, biodegradable and non-abrasive.
  • CS2 is incinerable generating 15,500 BTUs/kg with less than 5% ash.
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