F.F. HAZMAT 38″x144′ Roll 1/pk MED-C Group
The Charlie Group Fine Fiber “HAZMAT” (yellow) Sorbents are proudly made in America of layer upon layer of specially melt blown polypropylene “fine fibers” that have greater absorption area for improved absorption capacity and retention. These layers are ultrasonically welded between two layers of fine fiber polypropylene fabric for superior durability and strength even when totally saturated. This highly absorbent “HAZMAT” (yellow) Fine Fiber pad, like the “Universal” pad, absorbs oil as well as water and other harmful liquids. The Yellow cover stock alerts personnel of the possible presence of a hazardous waste of unknown chemical content. This “HAZMAT” (yellow) roll is perforated to provide tough, pliable, highly absorbent pads that are convenient, and easy to use.
38″x144′ Yellow HAZMAT FINE FIBER Roll-MEDIUM – C Group, Polypropylene Fine Fiber Sorbents
The Charlie Group “HAZMAT” (Yellow) Fine Fiber Sorbent pads are a cut above other poly absorbents in quality and utility for fast and economical clean-up of oil, water and other harmful liquids of unknown chemical composition. The unique structure of bonding a thick core of fine fiber polypropylene layers between two specially created fine fiber polypropylene sheets make for an absorbent that can stand up to tough use without coming apart. The Charlie Group “HAZMAT” absorbent pads are Ideal for use where hazardous chemical liquids are stored, transferred or used, such as in industrial sites, vehicle maintenance shops, truck and rail liquid transfer facilities, aviation fueling and maintenance facilities, as well as by fire and other first responder persons. The bright yellow color is a commonly known and accepted warning of the possible presence of potential hazardous chemicals or materials.
Charlie Group Sorbents are available in a variety of popular sizes, in heavy, medium and light weight pads in sheets or rolls.
Disposal of saturated absorbents must be in compliance with local, State and Federal regulations governing the material absorbed. Handling, storage and disposal of saturated absorbents may be governed by local, State and Federal Environmental and Transportation regulation. The end-user is solely responsible for compliance with all such laws and regulations.