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15"x18" HazMat Single-Ply Medium Weight Sorbent Pads (100 ct)

15"x18" HazMat Single-Ply Medium Weight Sorbent Pads (100 ct)


Weight 240 gsm gsm*
Absorbency 68 Litres | 18 US Gallons of oil** 42 Litres | 11 US Gallons of water****
Base Fibre Polypropylene
Description
Application
Facts and figures
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At 240 gsm these pads are an economical alternative to the full heavy weight 286 gsm weight absorbent. There are 100 pads in a bale with each pad measuring 38 cm by 46 cm. The pads are made from a single layer of meltblown which is sonically bonded together. The sonic bonding points makes the pad less prone to stray fibres becoming detached. This gives the pad a very even structure which also contributes to the pad’s good absorbency rate. These attributes help make the pad an industry standard construction because it offers all-round average performance but excellent versatility.

Each pad is 38 cm wide by 46 cm long and is made from a single layer of meltblown fibres with bond points. The pads are supplied in a clear plastic bag. 

Key Features

  • The pad is made from a single layer of meltblown that is sonically bonded together.
  • Good value and reliable performance.
  • Made from high quality polypropylene.

An economical choice for Chemical (HazMat) situations. Use the pads to clean up a wide range of toxic, flammable, corrosive or aggressive liquids. Always use them when there is a spill of unknown liquid.

Weight*

240 gsm* gsm

Size

38 cm x 46 cm (15” x 18”)

Recycled Content**

0** %

Units/Case

1

Weight/Case***

4.1 kg (9.2 lbs)***

LTL/Pallet

36

FTL/Pallet

42

Absorbency****

68 Litres | 18 US Gallons of oil** 42 Litres | 11 US Gallons of water******

Base Fibre

Polypropylene

  • Fire retardant as per ASTM 726.
  • Ensure that disposal of these sorbents complies with all regulations.



Size

38 cm x 46 cm (15” x 18”)

Suitable for

For recovering unknown, aggressive or hazardous fluids

Recommended

We recommend this absorbent for recovering unknown or hazardous spills