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Hazmat products are used in laboratories and in chemical storage areas to absorb most acids and bases. These products are mostly chemically inert, so they can handle a broad range of different types of fluids. Hazmat sorbents are available in pads, rolls, socks, and cushions. Choose the best sorbent to handle your aggressive chemicals.

hazmat absorbent

hydrofluoric acid (48%)

formaldehyde

glycerol

boric acid

sulfuric acid (50%)

nitric acid (70%)

magnesium hydroxide

formic acid

calcium hydroxide

.... more

absorbing acids

HAZMAT SORBENTS

FMF pads (yellow hazmat)

Yellow fine fiber polypropylene absorbs most acids and bases. Being mostly inert, hazmat polypropylene can absorb and retain most acids and bases. These sorbents are used in laboratory environments, in chemical storage areas, or anywhere aggressive chemicals pose a potential for disaster. Fine fiber polypropylene composites tend to grip smooth surfaces when saturated.

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soft microfiber texture quickly wicks up spilled chemicals

Bonded pads (yellow hazmat)

Yellow bonded polypropylene absorbs most acids and bases. Being mostly inert, hazmat polypropylene can absorb and retain most acids and bases. These sorbents are used in laboratory environments, in chemical storage areas, or anywhere aggressive chemicals pose a potential for disaster. Bonded polypropylene has an open fiber construction, which allows for absorbing high viscosity fluids.

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open fiber construction for absorbing viscous chemicals

FMF rolls (yellow hazmat)

Yellow fine fiber polypropylene absorbs most acids and bases. Being mostly inert, hazmat polypropylene can absorb and retain most acids and bases. These sorbents are used in laboratory environments, in chemical storage areas, or anywhere aggressive chemicals pose a potential for disaster. Fine fiber polypropylene composites tend to grip smooth surfaces when saturated.

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soft microfiber texture quickly wicks up spilled chemicals

Bonded rolls (yellow hazmat)

Yellow bonded polypropylene absorbs most acids and bases. Being mostly inert, hazmat polypropylene can absorb and retain most acids and bases. These sorbents are used in laboratory environments, in chemical storage areas, or anywhere aggressive chemicals pose a potential for disaster. Bonded polypropylene has an open fiber construction, which allows for absorbing high viscosity fluids.

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open fiber construction for absorbing viscous chemicals

Pillows (yellow hazmat)

Hazmat pillows are used in conjunction with hazmat socks to absorb large quantities of spilled acids, bases, and other aggressive fluids in chemical storage areas and laboratory environments. Chemical absorbing socks are filled with chopped hazmat polypropylene scrap material.

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great preventive sorbent for use in chemical storage areas

Socks (yellow hazmat)

Hazmat socks are general used to contain spilled acids, bases, and other aggressive fluids in chemical storage areas and laboratory environments. Chemical absorbing socks are filled with chopped hazmat polypropylene scrap material.

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prevents spilled chemicals from spreading into walkways

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