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  • 3M™ Petroleum Sorbent Double Boom T-270, Environmental Safety Product, 4 ea/cs

    3M ID 98071106334UPC 00021200160547
    • For use in oil-only Sorbent applications.
    • (bul)Scrim encased tube of particulate Sorbent material is secured by netting.
    • (bul)Built in attachment clips are provided at each end of the boom, allowing booms to be linked together.
    • (bul)Unique double-cylinder design maximizes absorption and minimizes the escape of traces of oil in flowing water.
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    Specifications
    Application
    Workplace Safety
    Brand
    3M™
    Mission Type
    Vehicles
    Overall Diameter (Metric)
    203.2 mm
    Overall Length (Metric)
    3.05 m
    Product Color
    White
    Product Form
    Boom
    Product Type
    Booms
    Recommended Industry
    Agriculture, Automotive, Chemicals, Construction, General Manufacturing, Healthcare, Military, Military Maintenance, Repair and Operation (MRO), Mining, Oil & Gas, Pharmaceuticals, Primary Metals, Transportation
    Spill Area
    Docks/Piers/Boats, Streams/Rivers/Lakes
    Spill Type
    Hydrocarbon Oils - Fuel/Diesel/Motor, Mineral Oils
    Details
    • For use in oil-only Sorbent applications.
    • (bul)Scrim encased tube of particulate Sorbent material is secured by netting.
    • (bul)Built in attachment clips are provided at each end of the boom, allowing booms to be linked together.
    • (bul)Unique double-cylinder design maximizes absorption and minimizes the escape of traces of oil in flowing water.
    • (bul)UV resistant; will not deteriorate or disintegrate.
    • (bul)Recommended for use in ditches, streams, rivers, lakes, and terminal docks and piers.

    This petroleum sorbent boom is a 8 inches wide and with scrim encased tubes of particulate sorbent material secured by a UV resistant netting.

    Built-in attachment clips are provided at each end of the boom allowing the booms to be linked together, overlapping and preventing seepage between segments.