A spill absorbent can help with soaking up liquids for easier disposal. Spill absorbents come in different shapes and sizes and can help with faster cleanup on site.
Once the absorbent has captured the fluid it can be disposed of easily. Depending on the liquid involed in the spill may mean that you require a specific type of absorbent material.
A spill absorbent can come in the form of
- Spill cushions
- Spill socks
- Spill pads
- Spill granules
The Spill Mates Spill Pads can assist with various spills around the warehouse. The melt blown absorbent pads are ultrasonically bonded for increased strength. This reduces the risk of tearing during use. The dimpled design on the pads allow for faster absorption, allowing you to clean spills quicker.
Spill socks can help you get into hard to reach places and cover larger distances. The socks can be used to encircle spills to get better control for easier cleanup. The Spilkleen Maintenance Socks have been stitched spun for better liquid retention. Use on non-aggressive liquids.
Absorbent Granules can allow you to deal with larger spills quickly. Simply pour the granules onto the spill so that the liquid will harden or turn to dust. Once this happens the spill is much easier to sweep up and dispose of. The Spilkleen Loose Absorbent Granules are available in clay, sawdust or cellulose material. They are ideal for dealing with larger oil, fuel and water based spills.
For everyday water spills use the Spill Kill Water Guard Absorbent Strips. These highly absorbent strips can hold up to 3 litres of water each. They are perfect for supermarkets, schools and more. The non-drip design allows for easier disposal once the water is absorbed. They can also be used to clean most water-based liquids including bleach, cleaning materials, body fluids and more.