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Parts by Number for Oil Spill Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
13-WMXL-O-RF Global Industrial Enpac Llc Not Provided Enpac ® X-Large Wall Mount Spill Locker Replacement Kit - Oil Only, Box, 13-Wmxl-O-Rf
13-TWSK-O Global Industrial Enpac Llc Not Provided Enpac ® Deluxe Long Haul Truck Spill Kit, Oil Only, Absorbs Up To 110 Gallons
1312-YE Global Industrial Enpac Llc Not Provided Enpac ® Speedy Duffel Spill Kit - Oil Only, 10 Gal. Capacity, Yellow, 1312-Ye
OILM6986 Global Industrial Chemtex, Inc. Not Provided Chemtex Rolling Oil Only Spill Kaddie Kit With 4" Rubber Casters
OILM7092 Global Industrial Chemtex, Inc. Not Provided Chemtex Oil Only Large Rolling Spill Cart With 4" Rubber Casters
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  • New Oil Spill Response from China (Application Note)
    The Problem: Oil may spill out in the process of oil exploration & development, refining, storage and transportation and enter into open water environment like oceanic environment due to incident or incorrect operation. Oil spill damages include to human heath, safety, ecological environment
  • There Were Heroes Amidst the Gulf Oil Spill Fiasco
    When the traditional tally of the top news stories of the year is taken in a few months, there is one that is sure to be at the top of nearly every list: the explosion and fire on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico that put the Gulf, the area's marine industry and the coastlines
  • What Oil Spills Teach Us about Industrial Hoses
    According to the National Association for Hose and Accessories Distribution (NAHAD), chemical compatibility describes the degree to which one material can contact another without an adverse change in properties. In other words, technical buyers need to consider how a liquid will react with the
  • LC/MS/MS Analysis of Oil Dispersants in Water
    Oil dispersants are used to reduce the impact of oil spills in an aquatic environment. While there is conflicting information regarding their safety, rapid and sensitive methods for determination of the components are needed. This note presents a rapid LC/MS/MS method for determining three common
  • Cost saving by using Oil Sponge
    , minimized or eliminated through programs, projects,. employee and community awareness, new processes or. technologies, alternative solutions, products or equipment. Hydraulic Oil Spills. Not satisfied that the situation as it was in 1998 was the best. solution, they became determined to identify
  • Five Easy Steps to Choosing a Spill Kit
    . Aqua label - absorbs spills of oil-based liquids only. Used for clean up of oil on water, or for response to oil-based spills in the rain or snow. Pink label - for spills of corrosive liquids, or for spill teams responding to a spill of unknown origin. 2. What is the volume of your worst-case
  • Grain Mills: Beyond Dust, Spill Response Takes Priority (Part 2)
    employees in harm’s way. Regulatory bodies such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and OSHA require food production facilities to maintain certain standards and processes for on-site safety.  An efficient, thorough process for immediately addressing oil spills is important for preventing
  • Versatile Absorbents Neutralize & Solidify Chemical Spills
    Spill ContainersDrum Containment CartsSpill Containment Trays. Waste Oil CollectionContainment TanksMobile Drum ContainersWaste Oil Collection PansChemical Storage BuildingsContainment Berms & Drain SealsFuel Spill Containment BermsSpill Berm Dikes & PillowsDrain SealsLeak Diverters & Hose Repair
  • Spills / Contamination
    Spills or contamination of environmental media (air, water, soil) through the unintentional release or spills of oil, chemicals, toxic powders, or other hazardous materials. Non-aqueous liquid spills or contamination can consist of LNAPLs or DNAPLs. LNAPLs are light non-aqueous phase liquids
  • Grain Mills: Preventative Maintenance and Dust Control (Part 1)
    Every week, we see news about grain mills with dust control and maintenance issues. Simply by the nature of their processes, grain mills have difficulty keeping a clean and safe environment. This series of blog posts will review solutions for general maintenance, oil spill response and combustible

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