3M™ General Purpose Sorbents

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3M™ General Purpose Sorbents also referred to as maintenance absorbents are great for almost any type of non-aggressive liquid neatly and efficiently. These sorbents have high absorption capacity (up to 25x their own weight) which minimises the amount of waste for disposal.

Features and Benefits:

- Very simple to use and to retrieve.
- Promotes a cleaner, safer working environment.
- Lesser risk of damage to valuable machinery.
- Significantly less waste to dispose of.
- Minimizes the risk of contamination of finished products.

These are lightweight and very easy to deploy, and are made from inert, synthetic fibres principally of polypropylene and polyester.
3M™ General Purpose Sorbents are available in roll, pad, folded and boom formats.

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3M™ General Purpose Sorbent Pad - M-PD1520DD - Suited for placing under and around machines to catch drips, these pads can be used to soak up spilt liquids. Can also be used as a highly absorbent wipe and are versatile for getting to hard to reach areas.

3M™ General Purpose Roll M-RL38150DD, 287L - economical, ideal for small to medium land based spills. Suitable for masking areas from over spray

3M™ General Purpose Folded Sorbent- M-FL550DD - Able to be uised as a boom, sheet, pad or pillow, it allows one product to be stocked for almost any fluid spill. Perforations every 40cm allow the required length to be torn off and used.

3M™ Sorbent Boom - M-MB308 - due to their tube-like shape, these booms are typically used to encircle spills and to contain leaks. Also ideal for placing in, under and around machines to stop those annoying leaks.

Applications:

- Wiping down oil y tools and equipment.
- Industrial machinery leaks, drips, spills and splashes of non-aggressive fluids.
- Tabletops and under work surfaces.
- Under oily machined metal parts while they drip off prior to packing and shipping.
- Indoor vehicle/equipment parking areas –fork trucks, compressors, and lift equipment.
- Industrial machinery leaks, drips, spills and splashes of non-aggressive fluids.