These handy spill response kits contains extra strength absorbent pads, disposal bags, absorbent socks and cable ties. These response kits offer easier cleaning of spillages with everything you need in a convenient pack. Customers who bought this product include workshops, garages, service stations and factories.
This product is a tough, durable and simple solution to spillages. The absorbent pads and socks are easy to use without the need for specialised PPE. Specialised bags and cable ties make it easier and more convenient to dispose of used spillage items.
This product can be used to absorb oils, coolants, degreasers, bodily fluids, mild acids, water-based chemicals and other non-aggressive liquids.
Workshops, garages, car body shops, service stations, factories, warehouses, transport depots, or anywhere a spill could occur. These kits are a very handy addition to the cab of a truck or lorry.
Each pad is 50 cm (w) x 40 cm (h) x 2 cm (d)
Each sock is 120 cm (l) x 7.5 cm (w)
This spill kit weighs 1.9 kg
6 packs of 20 x premier pads, 2 x premier socks, 2 x disposal bags, 2 x cable ties, 1 x strong waterproof vinyl clip-top bag.
This kit is designed to absorb up to 30 litres.
Individual pads can be squeezed and re-used once; however, we recommended that pads and socks are disposed of after one use.
Each pad is made from lint-free spun-bond fabric bonded to melt-blown polypropylene sorbent, and perforated to make it more absorbent. Each sock is made with corncob, vermiculite, recycled newsprint bonded with polypropylene. This makes for a very absorbent ‘sponge-like’ texture, allowing it to absorb large amounts of various types of non-aggressive spillages.
This product is non-allergenic, although using heavy-duty gloves is advised.
This product should be disposed of in accordance with UK regulations. This product is biodegradable.
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