240L Oil & Fuel Marine Spill Kit

$533.50 (inc. GST)

SKU: CHMW2 Categories: ,

Description

The Akuna 240L Oil & Fuel Marine Spill Kit is designed for efficient response to hydrocarbon spills in marine environments, featuring specialized absorbents and a durable wheeled bin.

 

Key Features:

  1. On-Water Spill Response: Tailored for hydrocarbon spills on water, ideal for foreshore works, barge operations, boat storage, and refuelling areas in marinas and ports.
  2. Versatile Absorbents: Handles oil-based spills including plant and seed oils, hydrocarbons, petrochemicals, and petroleum-based solvents.
  3. Hydrophobic Design: Polypropylene pads and large floating booms repel water, remaining buoyant even when fully saturated, effective on water surfaces and in wet environments.
  4. Specialized Floating Booms: Large booms in a mesh sleeve with snap hooks and nylon rope for easy deployment and retrieval.
  5. Robust Wheeled Bin: Heavy-duty HDPE bin with hinged lid ensures contents stay dry and clean, suitable for indoor and outdoor storage.
  6. UV Resistant: Provides durability outdoors; optional Spill Kit Covers for additional weather protection.
  7. Clear Identification: Printed labels on absorbents simplify selection for spill type.
  8. Convenient Instructions: Instructions on the bag exterior for quick reference during cleanup.

 

Common Applications:

  • Marine Environments: Essential for responding to hydrocarbon spills in marine settings such as foreshore works, barges, marinas, and ports.

 

240L Oil & Fuel Marine Spill Kit Contents

  • 1 x 240L Wheelie Bin (Yellow)
  • 4 x SpilMax® Absorbent Large Boom with clip – Oil & Fuel (3mL x 125mmDia)
  • 25 x SpilMax® Absorbent Pad 400gsm – Oil & Fuel (480mm x 430mm)
  • 15 x SpilMax® Absorbent Wipe 200gsm – Universal (480mm x 430mm)
  • 2 x Nitrile Gloves (Pair)
  • 4 x Contaminated Waste Disposal Bag & Tie
  • Absorbs up to 115L

 

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Additional information

Weight 40 kg
Dimensions 70.0 × 60.0 × 110.0 cm

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