Unisorb Sock – 0.6m x 6cm

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Spill type:  Absorbs most acids, bases, coolants, paints, solvents, oils and hazardous chemicals.

Application: Use wherever chemicals are stored handled and spilt.

Absorbent capacity: Up to 1.8 litres per sock.

  • Ideal for chemical processing plants, paint & panel shops, chemical storage & handling facilities, transport warehouses, food & beverage processing plants, printing and automotive workshops.  
  • Prevent spills from escaping by forming an absorbent barrier around drums, tanks, containers, plant and machinery.
  • Protect stormwater drains from chemical contamination.
  • Absorbs and cleans up most acids, bases, paints, solvents, hydrocarbons inks, dyes and aggressive water based liquids on contact.
  • Made from 100% Unisorb™ meltblown polypropylene able to absorb up to 20 times its own weight in liquid.
  • Unisorb™ is an inert, surface modified polypropylene which does not degrade or chemically react with the absorbed liquid.
  • High absorbency to weight ratio = lower transport & disposal costs.
  • Non allergenic, non hazardous with no dust.
  • Fast wicking action allows quick clean up, reduces potential slip hazards and improves safety in the workplace.
  • Simple to use without the need for specialized PPE.
  • Colour coded pink for easy identification.

Socks can be ordered individually or in packs.

Shipping weight (pack): 7 kg

Shipping dimensions (pack): 60cm x 40cm x 55cm

Manufactured in Australia

Description  Dimensions  Pack Size  Code
 Unisorb™ sock
  0.6m x 6cm 
70
  US10L

 

 


NOTES:

  • Absorbent capacity will vary depending on liquid viscosity, specific gravity and temperature.
  • Unisorb™ polypropylene is compatible with, and absorbs most acids and bases. The suitability with a specific chemical should be confirmed by referencing the MSDS, a compatibility chart or sample testing. We can provide samples as required.
  • Absorbents retain the characteristics of the absorbed liquid. Appropriate PPE should be worn and disposal of used absorbents should be in accordance with local regulations.

Spill type:  Absorbs most acids, bases, coolants, paints, solvents, oils and hazardous chemicals.

Application: Use wherever chemicals are stored handled and spilt.

Absorbent capacity: Up to 1.8 litres per sock.

  • Ideal for chemical processing plants, paint & panel shops, chemical storage & handling facilities, transport warehouses, food & beverage processing plants, printing and automotive workshops.  
  • Prevent spills from escaping by forming an absorbent barrier around drums, tanks, containers, plant and machinery.
  • Protect stormwater drains from chemical contamination.
  • Absorbs and cleans up most acids, bases, paints, solvents, hydrocarbons inks, dyes and aggressive water based liquids on contact.
  • Made from 100% Unisorb™ meltblown polypropylene able to absorb up to 20 times its own weight in liquid.
  • Unisorb™ is an inert, surface modified polypropylene which does not degrade or chemically react with the absorbed liquid.
  • High absorbency to weight ratio = lower transport & disposal costs.
  • Non allergenic, non hazardous with no dust.
  • Fast wicking action allows quick clean up, reduces potential slip hazards and improves safety in the workplace.
  • Simple to use without the need for specialized PPE.
  • Colour coded pink for easy identification.

Socks can be ordered individually or in packs.

Shipping weight (pack): 7 kg

Shipping dimensions (pack): 60cm x 40cm x 55cm

Manufactured in Australia

Description  Dimensions  Pack Size  Code
 Unisorb™ sock
  0.6m x 6cm 
70
  US10L

 

 

NOTES:

  • Absorbent capacity will vary depending on liquid viscosity, specific gravity and temperature.
  • Unisorb™ polypropylene is compatible with, and absorbs most acids and bases. The suitability with a specific chemical should be confirmed by referencing the MSDS, a compatibility chart or sample testing. We can provide samples as required.
  • Absorbents retain the characteristics of the absorbed liquid. Appropriate PPE should be worn and disposal of used absorbents should be in accordance with local regulations.