Spill Crew general purpose boom
- Polypropylene absorbent booms are designed to be placed in front of and around land based spills.
- The primary aim of a mini boom is to prevent spills entering drains, culverts or other sensitive areas.
- Booms will absorb spill and/or divert the course of moving liquids.
- Overlap mini booms when controlling a spill to ensure no leakage between boom ends.
- The highly flexible nature of a mini boom allows it to be moulded around plant and machinery.
Grey absorbents = absorbs all liquids (hydrocarbon, water based Liquids and mild chemicals)
Grey absorbent booms, rolls, pads and pillows are designed for absorbing general industrial liquids such as coolants, degreasers, oils and fuels, paint, bodily fluids, and most water or water based liquids.
The General Purpose range of absorbents is manufactured with a heavier weight of polypropylene and is suited for indoor workshop or industrial spills. The heavier weight of the fabric means that it is ideal to absorb or recover large volumes of liquids quickly (e.g. oil and fuel or water based industrial liquids). This range is suitable for mildly corrosive or caustic solutions, but not recommended for use with highly corrosive or caustic liquids.
Spill Crew Absorbent booms are a cost effective way to manage your day to day spills, drips and leaks.
The fast wicking action of Spill Crew Absorbents means that you quickly recover from a spill incident, minimising unproductive down time and reducing the risk of workplace slips and falls.
The exceptional absorbency of the Spill Crew Absorbents means that you will use less absorbent to clean your spill. This saves you money and minimises waste disposal and disposal transportation costs.
Spill Crew Absorbents are made from the highest quality Australian Made raw materials, which are non-allergenic, non-reacting, non-leaching and dust free so they can be used in clean workplaces such as hospitals, schools and healthcare facilities and spill responders will not have health concerns by using Spill Crew Absorbents.
Polypropylene absorbents once saturated with a spill, can be during a spill incident, squeezed and re-used. We do not recommend storage and reuse of used absorbents.
Absorbency Capacities and Tested Quality
Each production run of Spill Crew’s Australian Made polypropylene is tested three (3) times for consistent product quality and product absorbency. This ensures our Australian Made absorbents do their job, every time, without exception.
Our quality control and lab testing procedures enable us to accurately state the absorbent capacity of our absorbents and spill kits, which we believe, is an industry first in Australia – so you don’t need to rely on overstated and untested absorbency claims.
Absorbent mini booms are also known as socks, socs, sausages, snakes or berms.