chemical spills Equipment in Maine

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True Cost, The Ripple Effect of a Chemical Spill

by Excal Visual Inc.     based in Avon, COLORADO (USA)

The effects of a chemical spill are many and far-reaching -- work time and resources wasted, production delays, administrative burdens and the hassles and disruptions to employees work and personal lives. All these are illustrated in this video to help an employee understand the true cost of even a relatively small spill or release of a hazardous ...

Proper Chemical Storage Tanks

by Containment Solutions, Inc., (CSI)     based in Conroe, TEXAS (USA)

Proper chemical storage is necessary to minimize potential hazards associated with leaks, spills, and accidental mixing of incompatible chemicals. While simply eliminating chemical mixing is always the best preventative measure for avoiding reactions, this is often impossible to accomplish. Therefore choosing the proper storage tank is critical. ...

Medical Emergency Washdown For Unique Spill Containment

by Containment Solutions, Inc., (CSI)     based in Conroe, TEXAS (USA)

Emergency washdown areas are used for unique spill containment. Often bio hazardous materials will need to either be diluted or mixed with an acting agent to be neutralized. These special spills require sufficient contact time before being dispersed or hauled offsite.

Chemical Spill Absorbent Pads & Rolls

by     based in Chino Hills, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Use our Chemical Spill Cleanup Absorbent Pads and Rolls to soak up spills of acids, bases or unknown liquids. Made from 100% polypropylene to absorb most aggressive or caustic fluids. Sonic bonded 'dimples' add strength and fast wicking power. The Chemical Spill Cleanup Absorbent Pads and Rolls bright yellow color is highly visible and indicates ...

New Pig - Model NPGEN420 - Chemical Classifier

by Sensor and Decontamination, Inc. (SDI)     based in Binghamton, NEW YORK (USA)

Chemical Classifier Kit. Kit's color-changing test strips quickly and accurately identify the presence of acids/bases, oxidizers, fluoride, petroleums/organic solvents and iodine/bromine/chlorine. Portable, easy-to-use kit contains six chemical classification strips, one laminated chemical identification chart and a spool of polypropylene thread ...

Yellow Flammable Safety Cabinets For Can Storage

by Granite Environmental, Inc     based in Sebastian, FLORIDA (USA)

Yellow safety cabinet for safe chemical storage. Spill containment is made easy with our line of flammable safety cabinets. Cabinets store from 6 to 120 gallons. Flammable cabinet is OSHA, NFPA 30 code and UFC 79 compliant - class I, II and III. Perfect for flammable liquid storage.

Bowhead - 12 Gallon Acid & Corrosive Cabinet

by Bowhead Environmental & Safety, LLC     based in Spokane, WASHINGTON (USA)

Acid Safety Cabinet, 12 gallon 1 door self-close for Corrosives. For use in storing small containers up to 5 gallon capacity of flammable and non-flammable acids and corrosive liquids. This self-closing model features 1 self-closing, hydraulically operated door. All interior and exterior surfaces, including shelves, are finished with baked-on blue ...

CHEMTEX - Acid Cabinets

by Chemtex, Inc.     based in Cumberland, RHODE ISLAND (USA)

Designed to store aggressive acids and bases. Powder coating gives superior protection against chemical attacks in the event of a spill or splash. If storing hydrochloric, sulfuric, or nitric acid use Poly acid corrosive cabinets.

CRUCIAL - Dispersants - Chemicals and Sprayers

by CRUCIAL, INC.     based in Gretna, LOUISIANA (USA)

Dispersants - chemicals and sprayers for dispersing and / or cleaning a wide range oils including aerial sprayers, spray systems with spray booms or fire water cannons for boat mounting, backpack sprayers and more.

Training Network - Model 2717-DV - Safety Showers and Eye Washes in the Laboratory

by The Training Network     based in Durham, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

Employees may never need a safety shower or an eye wash... but if they do, knowing where they are located, and the proper procedures for using them, can prevent serious injury or possibly even save a life. This training program reviews the correct ways to use this equipment, and emphasize the need for quick action after a chemical splash or spill ...

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