Marine Spill Response BoomsDescription: Oil absorbent booms are perfect for the control of and the clean up of oil spills on water. They can also be used to contain and absorb large industrial hydrocarbon spills on land. These oil only booms repel water which means they will float even if saturated. Oil absorbent booms can be used to handle all types of hydrocarbon spills such as fuel oils, hydraulic oil, gasoline, diesel, motor oil, jet fuel and kerosene. Not to be used for acids, aggressive f
Dimpled Oil Absorbent Rolls:Feature:1.100% PP2.Fast and effective absorb3.Non-hydrophilic, only oil absorb4.have easy tear lines Usage:Oil absorbent, dimpled, bonded absorbent rolls are appropriate for use in traffic areas and low lint applications. Repels water based fluids and absorbs oil based fluids. Suitable for industrial and environmental applications for quick absorption of oil. Absorb all hydrocarbons such as oil, gasoline, fuel
Oil Spill Absorbent Socks are maily used for water ,oil truck,tanks ,piplines,machinery to deal with oil, The application of the enviroment.
Spill Sack Details:Our JXY Spill Sacks are used to quickly deploy and capture fuel off water. The large mesh size al-lows the oils to pass through much more efficiently. The red mesh bag and the looped draw strings makes it easy to find and retrieve.Other applications may include, boat docks and marinas, containment ponds, oil water separators, catching drips and leaks, spill response and spill clean up.Details: Spill Sacks are used to quickly deploy and capture fuel off water.The large mesh siz
Eco-Friendly Oil Absorbent PadsFeature:DimpledAbsorb oil onlyCan be wrung out and reusedPerforated to save moneyLint-free spun-bond fabricFast and effective absorbUsage:To soak up petroleum products but not water or water based fluids, use a plastic based absorbent like these. They even float on the water, attract the oil and leave the clean water behind. These oil only sorbent pads are a perfect solution for the marine and boating industry and other applications. Ships engineers float them in