PIG® HazMat Chemical Absorbent Pillow - PIL307 - New Pig India
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PIG® HazMat Chemical Absorbent Pillow - PIL307

When the situation calls for more than a mat, our high-capacity HazMat pillows deliver the absorbency you need for concentrated.

  • Medium
  • 10/box
  • 20cm W x 43cm L x 6.4cm H
  • Absorbs up to 22.7L/box

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    Description

      • Absorbs the widest range of acids, bases and unknown liquids, even those with high concentrations like 98% sulfuric acid and 30% sodium hydroxide
      • Chemical-resistant pillow won't degrade or cause a dangerous reaction upon contact with corrosive spills
      • Pillow has large surface area, high capacity and fast-wicking filler to quickly soak up liquids; great for adding absorbency during spill response
      • Polypropylene skin resists chemicals and tearing; reduces dust and holds in liquid, even when saturated
      • Polypropylene filler is highly absorbent for containing corrosive or reactive spills
      • Pink color is easily distinguishable to assure workers use the correct pillow during a spill emergency
      • Can be incinerated after use to reduce waste

          Specifications

          Color: Pink
          Dimensions: 20cm W x 43cm L x 5cm H
          Fluids Absorbed: Acids, Bases, Unknowns
          Absorbency: Up to 22.7 L per box
          Absorbency Per:  Up to 2.25 L per pillow
          Sold As: 10 pillows per box
          Weight: 3.18kg
          Composition: Skin & Pulp Filler - 100% Polypropylene
          # per pallet: 45

           

          Additional Information

          Product Data Sheet (PDS)
          Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
          Chemical Compatibility Guide

          Dock Workers Rules (Safety, Health and Welfare), 1990, 81 (b) (ii)
          If the cargo is a corrosive substance...suitable absorbent or neutralizing materials shall be used in cleaning the spillage.

          Hazardous And Other Wastes (Management and Transboundary Movement) Rules, 2016, Chapter 2, (6), (a)
          The occupier shall take all the steps while managing hazardous and other wastes to contain contaminants and prevent accidents and limit their consequences on human beings and the environment;


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