Spill kits are an essential tool for anyone working with potentially hazardous materials. In the event of a spill, having the right spill kit accessories on hand can make all the difference in containing and cleaning up the spill quickly and effectively. At Hyde Park, we offer a range of spill kit accessories to help you be prepared for any spill.
Types of Spill Kit Accessories
Absorbent pads and rolls: These are used to absorb and contain spilled liquids. They are available in different sizes and materials, such as polypropylene, cellulose, or recycled materials.
Socks and booms: These are long, cylindrical absorbents that are used to surround spills and prevent them from spreading. They are available in different lengths and diameters, and can be made of polypropylene, polyurethane, or other materials.
Pillows: These are absorbent cushions that are used to absorb liquids in tight spaces, such as underneath machines or equipment. They are available in different sizes and materials, such as polypropylene, cellulose, or recycled materials.
Gloves and goggles: Personal protective equipment (PPE) is essential for spill cleanup. Gloves and goggles protect workers from exposure to hazardous materials.
Hazardous Waste Disposal Bags: These are used to contain and dispose of used absorbents and other contaminated materials. They are available in different sizes and materials, such as polyethylene or polypropylene.
Spill Kit Station Sign: These are used to alert people to the presence of hazardous spills and to prevent them from entering the area. They are available in different sizes and materials, such as plastic or aluminum.
Barricades: These are used to block off the area around a spill and prevent people from entering. They can be made of plastic or metal and come in different sizes and configurations.
Drain Covers: These are used to cover drains and prevent spills from entering them. They are available in different sizes and materials, such as polyethylene or polypropylene.
Spill response carts: These are mobile carts that contain all the necessary spill kit accessories and can be easily transported to the site of a spill.
Training materials: Proper training is essential for spill response. Spill kit manufacturers often provide training materials, such as videos or manuals, to educate workers on how to use spill kits safely and effectively.