Know your risks and how to deal with a spill safely:

Conduct a risk assessment of your operations to determine the types and volumes of liquids you will most likely spill, and what type of absorbents and kits you'll need to clean them up. Use the following chart to determine the best spill kit for your particular workplace.

 

HAZARDOUS & NON-HARZARDOUS LIQUIDS

Oils & Fuels
Spill Kits

Universal/Compact
Spill Kits

HazChem
Spill Kit

BettaClean
Spill Kit

Fuels and Lubes
   
Hydraulic Fluids

   
Coolants

Common Acids & Alkalis (photo & pool chemicals etc.)  

 
Concentrated Acids & Alkalis (lab strength chemicals etc.)    

 
Solvents (ketones, halocarbons, alcohols etc.)

   
Paints (oil based)

   
Paints (Water based)

Pesticides (solvent based)

   
Pesticides (water based)

Vegetables Oils or Animal Fats (liquid)

 

Water-based compounds (i.e. detergents, food, etc.)

Body Fluids (blood, urine, vomit etc.)  

         
DANGEROUS GOODS LIQUIDS

Oils & Fuels
Spill Kits

Universal/Compact
Spill Kits

HazChem
Spill Kit

BettaClean
Spill Kit

Class 3 - Flammable Liquids

   
Class 5 - Oxidising Substances    

 
Class 6 - Toxic and infectious sustances  

Class 8 - Corrosive Substances (acid or alkali)  

 
Class 9 - Miscelaneous Dangerous Goods

 

When used for liquid spill clean-up, sorbents tend to take on the characteristics of the liquid they have absorbed. Thus, always consult the MSDS of the spilled liquid prior to absorption with Enretech sorbents.

 

 

Call Premier Workplace Solutions on 1300 76 44 77 for assistance and up to date pricing.