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Aldrich® Imperial mini-spill kits

capacity 1.8 gal (6.8 L)

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1.8 gal (6.8 L)

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Biohazard spill kit

General description

Kit contents: five 12 × 12 in. universal PP sorbent pads; one 3 in. × 4 ft universal sock; one brush/pan kit; one pair nitrile gloves; one 18 × 30 in. disposal bag; one 2 gal HDPE bucket with lid.
Designed for safely handling the cleanup of small chemical spills in the research laboratory. Kits feature "No Decision Response" universal polypropylene sorbent pads and "socks" that are suited for non-aggressive, hydrocarbon-based, and aggressive liquid leaks or spills.

Kit components are packed in a sturdy HDPE bucket with tight-fitting lid that is used for containment of used sorbents. Spill response instructions are printed on bucket label for fast access.

Caution: Care should be taken when using these sorbents to pick up fuming acids (such as nitric or sulfuric acid), as well as strong oxidizers since they may degrade the polypropylene material.

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