The Shore Sealing Boom is largely used to prevent oil spill from spreading on a beach and land. It can be used for stationary deployment and also for makeshift deployment in response to an emergency.
The quick-laying boom is used to contain and control oil spill on water areas such as sea or harbours. It is usually wound on the reel.
The floating trash boom is designed for a high level of debris control and is often used in lakes, ponds, and marinas to control the flow of debris and prevent further contamination.
The Permanent Oil Containment Boom is designed for permanent installations and minimum maintenance. This heavy-duty boom is capable of withstanding long-term deployments and the arduous conditions of permanent installations.