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PIG® Oil-Only Spaghetti Boom - BOM203


Specially designed to contain and absorb thick oils and other viscous liquids on water.

  • 13cm Dia. x 3m L
  • Absorbs up to 90.8 L/bag
  • 4 booms/bag


    • Mesh skin and spaghetti strip filler design is ideal for pulling in thick oil or for use in fast-moving waters
    • Tough outer mesh is UV resistant for long-term outdoor use without degradation; lets fluids easily pass through to filler material
    • Rope running along length of boom withstands up to 400-lb. loads, adding strength for deployment and retrieval
    • Boom floats at surface for easy retrieval, even when saturated
    • Absorbs and retains oils and oil-based liquids - including lubricants, fuels and crude oil - without absorbing a drop of water
    • Strong, zinc-plated carbon steel attachment clips and rings allow you to link booms together
    • Bright white color makes boom easier to see in outdoor environments and clearly shows saturation level
    • Can be incinerated after use to reduce waste or for fuels blending


        Fluid Absorbed: Oils, Fuels, Other Oil-Based Liquids Only
        Color: White
        Dimensions: 13cm Dia. x 3m L
        Absorbency: Up to 90.8 L per bag
        Absorbency per: Up to 22.7 L per boom
        Clip/Ring: Zinc Plated Carbon Steel
        Filler: Polypropylene
        Outer Mesh: Polyester
        Sold as: 4 booms per bag
        Weight: 7.5 kg
        # per Pallet: 6
        Application: Spill Response

        Additional Information

        Product Data Sheet (PDS)
        Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

        Dock Workers Rules (Safety, Health and Welfare), 1990, 78 (1)
        Where there is a risk of explosion from electrical equipment....non-sparking tools shall be provided and used in such atmospheres.

        National Oil Spill Disaster Contingency Plan (NOS-DCP) 8.3.2
        Typical techniques involve: Application of sorbents either loose, as mats or in “sausages”. As many low viscosity chemical spills rapidly spread to cover a large surface area, these techniques are most applicable if the spread of the chemical can be confined.