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SORBENT TYPE:
COLOR:
WEIGHTS:
Universal
GRAY OR
GREEN
LIGHT-WEIGHT
MEDIUM-WEIGHT
HEAVY-WEIGHT
Oil-Only
WHITE OR
BLUE
LIGHT-WEIGHT
MEDIUM-WEIGHT
HEAVY-WEIGHT
Hazmat
YELLOW
LIGHT-WEIGHT
MEDIUM-WEIGHT
HEAVY-WEIGHT
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT MELTBLOWN SORBENTS:
SORBENT PADS AND ROLLS ARE AVAILABLE IN LIGHT, MEDIUM
& HEAVY-WEIGHT VARIETIES.
Light-Weight
Medium-Weight
Heavy-Weight
(Absorbent)
(More Absorbent)
(MOST Absorbent)
UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS ARE AVAILABLE IN GRAY AND/OR GREEN.
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They absorb all types of liquids (both water-based and oil-based). Ideal
for use in factories where there are many different liquids including cutting
fluids, lubricants and coolants. Not recommended for aggressive fluids
such as acids and bases.
OIL-ONLY PRODUCTS ARE AVAILABLE IN WHITE AND/OR BLUE.
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They absorb all oil-based liquids and repel water. They are unique in the
fact that they float on water and will only absorb the oil. Oil-only sorbents
are designed to absorb various oils such as lubricants, fuels, mineral and
vegetable oils.
HAZMAT PRODUCTS ARE AVAILABLE IN YELLOW ONLY.
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Specifically designed to absorb aggressive fluids such as acids and
bases. Hazmat sorbents are ideal for laboratory use and other areas
where aggressive fluids are present.
OTHER SORBENT PRODUCTS:
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Sorbent socks are filled with sorbent material and can be shaped or
molded to fit specific areas.
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Sorbent pillows have sorbent material encased and sealed in a liner that
can catch slow leaks and drips.
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We also offer a variety of specialty sorbents designed for specific uses and
applications
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Sorbents help you comply with OSHA regulations.
(See page 5 for a
detailed listing of these regulations).
• SORBENTS VS. CLAY...?
Clay products leave behind residual waste and could damage expensive
equipment
Clay has over 60% higher costs associated with storage, handling, and
disposal than polypropylene sorbents
Polypropylene sorbents absorb up to 20 times their weight in fluids
whereas clay only absorbs 1 time it’s weight
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HOW DO SORBENTS WORK & WHY USE THEM?
| WE CLEAN UP YOUR BOTTOM LINE
HOW DO SORBENTS WORK & WHY USE THEM?
Pads
Rolls
Socks
Pillows
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