Refill for PIG® Fuel Station Spill Kit in Bucket - RFL4000 - New Pig India
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Refill for PIG® Fuel Station Spill Kit in Bucket - RFL4000

RFL4000

Keep your Fuel Station Spill Kit in Bucket refilled so you're always ready to respond.

  • Absorbs up to 30 L

Includes:

  • 4 - PIG® Static-Dissipative Absorbent Sock (SKM700)
  • 25 - PIG® Stat-Mat® Absorbent Pad (MAT215)
  • 4 - PIG® Dri Loose Absorbent in Spill Pouch (PLP220)
  • 1 - Economy Goggle (GLS290-AF)
  • 1 - SHOWA 3415 Neoprene Gloves (GLV1208-XL)
  • 1 - Apron
  • 1 - Dustpan/Broom
  • 5 - Polyethylene Disposal Bags (BAG201-S)
  • 1 - Caution Tape

Description

  • Packed with absorbent, static-dissipative mats and socks that pass NFPA99 standards for static decay and surface resistivity
  • Also contains PIG Loose Absorbent, PPE, caution tape and cleanup tools
  • Absorbs and retains fuels and oil-based fluids without taking in a drop of water

      Specifications

      Fluid Absorbed: Oils, Fuels, Other Oil-Based Liquids Only
      Absorbency: Up to 30 L
      Sold as: 1 each
      Weight: 10.4 kg
      # per Pallet: 24
      Composition: Mats and Socks - Polypropylene
      Loose Absorbent-100% Post-Consumer Recycled Cellulose
      Includes:

      4 - PIG® Static-Dissipative Absorbent Sock (SKM700)

      70 - PIG® Stat-Mat® Absorbent Pad (MAT215)

      6 - PIG® Dri Loose Absorbent in Spill Pouch (PLP220)

      1 - Economy Goggle (GLS290-AF)

      1 - SHOWA Chem Master™ Neoprene Gloves (GLV213-XL)

      1 - Apron

      1 - Dustpan/Broom

      10 - Polyethylene Disposal Bags (BAG201-S)

      1 - Caution Tape

      1 - Instructions


      Additional Information

      Product Data Sheet (PDS)
      Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for PIG® Oil-Only Absorbents
      Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for PIG® DRI Loose Absorbents
      Chemical Compatibility Guide for PIG Spill Kits
      Instructions for PIG Spill Kits

      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.


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