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Spill Kits - ADR & Vehicles

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The safety equipment required on vehicles carrying dangerous goods loads is amended from the implementation of ADR 2009 with some general additional items fo safety equipment specific to the classes of goods being carried. Equipment required is dependent on the nature of the load being carried. All vehicles carrying dangerous goods must have, wheel chocks, two self standing warning signs, high visibility vest, torch, gloves and eye protection. In addition (dependant on danger labels), the following items are also required. Eye rinsing fluid, emergency escape mask, drain seal, shovel and plastic collecting container.

Pads and rolls have various uses. When a spill occurs, socks or booms are used to contain the spill then pads are used to absorb the trapped liquid from the centre. In addition, they are useful for general wiping and for placing dirty / oily components and tools on. Rolls can be perforated in a rip-to-fit format for ease and economy of use.

Socks are ideal for coiling around machinery to contain and absorb any oil leaks and drips. They are also used to form a ring around larger spills to act as an absorbent barrier.

Cushions can be inserted into drip pans and placed under leaking / dripping machinery etc. They are also used together with pads to soak up the centre of the spill which has been encircled with absorbent socks.

Booms are floating barriers used to contain and minimise the spread of oil on water. Enclosed in a strong outer netting for durability, hooks and rings are attached for linking together to form any required length. Hooks are placed 30cm in from each end of the boom to form an overlap which acts as an extra barrier against oil escaping.

Spill Kits are produced using any combination of absorbents products, and can be tailor made to individual requirements.

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