|Dimensions||- ext. dia. 4" x 10' L|
|Sold as||- 4 booms per package|
|Composition||- Polypropylene Sleeve and Filler, Polyester netting, Metal hardware|
|Recycled Content||- 95% Post-Industrial Recycled Polypropylene Filler|
|Absorbency||- Up to 10.3 gal. per package|
|Absorbency per||- Up to 2.6 gal. per boom|
|# per Pallet||- 20|
Item Number: WB410SN
Item Name: Oil-Only Sock/Net Booms
- 19.5 gal./package (73.8 L/package)
- 4.875 gal./boom (18.5 L/boom)
|Item #||Size||Color||Misc. Features||Amount||Length||Width||Height||Depth||Int. Dia.||Ext. Dia.||Weight||Qty/Pallet|
|WB410SN||—||—||—||4 booms/package||10' |
Take control of outdoor spill response with Oil-Only Booms.
Use Sock/Net Booms to Absorb and Contain Oil
Strong mesh outer sleeve encases a poly sock skin filled with highly-sorbent polypropylene. Filler won't shed and Booms won't sink, even when saturated with oil.
Absorbs Oily Liquids — Repels Water
Polypropylene filler is left in its natural hydrophobic state — repels water (and floats) while only absorbing oils and other hydrocarbons.
A nylon rope and sturdy hardware ensure long-lasting durability and easy retrieval.
Create Customized Sizes
Durable, easy-to-use connectors provide a simple and efficient way to link Sock/Net Booms together and create a containment system big enough to handle almost any size spill on water. Clip together with carbon steel connector hardware.
Bright White Color Makes it Easy to See When Boom is Completely Saturated
Oil can't hide on bright white Sock/Net. Makes it easy to see when it's fully saturated — you save money by not throwing it away too soon.
- Polypropylene Sleeve and Filler, Polyester netting, Metal hardware
This product helps you comply with:
|33 CFR 154.1047(c)(2)||Concerning navigation and navigable waters, a facility which handles, stores or transports Group V petroleum oils must identify response plan resources such as containment booms and other methods.|
|40 CFR 112.7(c)(1)||Facilities must have "appropriate containment and/or diversionary structures to prevent discharge oil from reaching a navigable water course."|
|40 CFR 122.26||Facilities must have a detailed plan in place to prevent illegal discharge of pollutants into waterways.|
|40 CFR 263.31||Transporters, "must clean up any hazardous waste discharge that occurs during transportation…so that the hazardous waste discharge no longer presents a hazard to human health or the environment."|