An oil absorbent boom is a long, cylindrical device designed to contain and absorb oil spills on water. It is typically made of a material that repels water but absorbs oil, such as polypropylene or a similar synthetic material.
Oil-absorbent booms are used in response to oil spills in waterways, such as rivers, lakes, and oceans. They are deployed by laying them out on the surface of the water to create a barrier around the spill. As the oil passes through the boom, it is absorbed by the material, which can hold many times its weight in oil.
Oil absorbent booms come in various lengths and sizes, depending on the size of the oil spill and the area that needs to be contained. They can also be connected together to form longer barriers, and they can be anchored in place to prevent them from drifting away from the spill.
Overall, oil-absorbent booms are an important tool in the cleanup and containment of oil spills in waterways.
|180 * 100 mm||72 ml / piece||Customized||Available|
|160 * 80 mm||51ml / piece||Customized||Available|
|130 * 70 mm||36 ml / piece||Customized||Available|