Optimax I Boom - BOM118 - New Pig India
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Optimax I Boom - BOM118

BOM118

Contain oil spills and debris in rough waters with the 2,903 kg breaking strength of durable non-absorbent floating Optimax I Booms.

  • 30.5m L x 48.3cm H
  • 2,903 kg Breaking Strength
  • Ideal for Rivers, Streams, Near Shorelines

Description

  • Round polystyrene flotation boom corrals liquids and debris while skirting hangs below to keep pollutants from creeping under
  • Vinyl-coated, UV-resistant polyester withstands up to 12-month deployment; 2,903 kg breaking strength
  • Link multiple booms with aluminum universal slide connectors
  • Nylon handles allow single-person handling and anchoring
  • Conforms to OPA-90 specs for protected water and fast currents
  • Ideal in streams, rivers, estuaries, near-shore ocean environments and other areas with moderately fast flow
  • Add PIG Oil-Only Booms to absorb petroleum-based pollutants

        Specifications

        Style: Non-Absorbent Boom
        Color: Yellow
        Dimensions: 30.5m L x 48.3cm H
        Breaking Strength: 2,903 kg 
        Current Type: Moderate Current
        Intended Use: On Water
        Where to Use: Rivers, Streams, Near Shorelines
        Sold as: 1 each
        Weight: 90.7 kg
        Composition: Skin - PVC
        Flotation - Polystyrene
        Chain - Galvanized Steel
        Application: Spill Response
        Draft Dimensions: 30.5cm
        Freeboard Dimensions: 17.8cm


        Additional Information

        Product Data Sheet (PDS)

        National Oil Spill Disaster Contingency Plan (NOS-DCP) 3.3.15 (c)
        Coastal state governments and state pollution control boards shall maintain adequate quantity of basic pollution response equipment like deflective booms, fence booms, spray equipment along with specialised equipment for beach protection and shoreline cleanup.


        National Oil Spill Disaster Contingency Plan (NOS-DCP) 8.3.2
        Conventional oil spill response booms and skimmers may be used to contain and recover spills of floating chemicals.

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