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Maintain cleanliness in your facility, comply with government regulations, and protect the surrounding environment with the help of spill control absorbents. With these highly effective and first-rate absorbent products, you’ll be able to build an efficient spill kit that will be able to contain accidental spills before they cause damage.
Industrial facilities often work with hazardous liquids that can be harmful when improperly handled. That’s why TRADESAFE wants to help you make sure that your workplace is ready and able to handle any spills that may occur. We offer absorbent pads, absorbent pillows, and absorbent socks that can help you keep various liquids from harming employees or contaminating your surroundings.
It’s important to ensure that your facility is compliant with regulations and ready to act on various incidents that involve hazardous liquids. We’ll help you make sure that your spill kits are always replenished and ready for use at a moment’s notice.
Spill absorbents are materials that are used to clean up spills, prevent spills from spreading, and reduce the negative impacts of the spill.
These absorbents are materials that can come in different forms, such as pads or socks. They’re an important part of an industrial facility, especially one that stores large quantities of a variety of liquids. In case of an accidental spill, a spill kit with high-quality absorbents will help employees keep the spill contained.
Spill absorbents are engineered to soak up liquid spills. The absorbents then clump up the spilled liquid and hold it until it can be easily disposed of. This can make cleanups more efficient.
You can also use absorbents to keep the spill contained in one area and prevent it from leaking to drainage systems.
TRADESAFE offers a wide range of absorbent supplies that can work with a variety of liquid spills. For instance, TRADESAFE universal absorbents are meant to absorb all kinds of fluids including hydrocarbons, water-based, and oil-based liquids. Oil-only absorbents are only limited to absorbing oil, fuel, and the like, and they are ideal for cleaning an oil spill on water because they will not soak water up, only oil.
There are other specialized absorbents usually packed in spill kits. It is best to use absorbents in specialized kits since they contain not only the most appropriate absorbent for a particular spill, but also other PPE that must be worn by the cleaner to protect himself/herself from the hazardous liquid. For instance:
In general, there are only two kinds of absorbents: universal and oil only. Color-coded absorbents are usually found in absorbent kits, as designating absorbents with a specific color can help people be aware of which kits to use for a particular hazard. There is no legislation or standard that specifies which color should be used for an absorbent of a particular hazard, but in general, most absorbent brands use the following color coding: