Spill Kits & Containment

Spills can happen anytime, anywhere, and being prepared is key to minimizing damage and maintaining safety. Our spill kits & containment range offers a diverse selection of products to suit your specific needs, providing swift and effective solutions for spills, leaks, and floods.

Whether you're dealing with oil, chemicals, or hazardous substances, we have you covered. From absorbents like pads, socks, and granules to spill containment bunds and drain covers, our range ensures you're equipped to handle any spill emergency. Stay compliant with regulations and safeguard your workplace with our comprehensive spill control solutions. Explore our collection now and be ready to tackle spills with confidence.

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Spill control is the systematic approach to managing and mitigating accidental spills of liquids, chemicals, or hazardous substances. It involves the use of various products and strategies, such as absorbents, spill kits, containment, and accessories, to prevent, contain, and clean up spills.

The primary goal of spill control is to minimize the environmental impact, protect human health, and maintain a safe and compliant working environment. Whether in industrial settings, laboratories, or transportation, effective spillage control is crucial for ensuring a prompt and secure response to spills of any scale.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. What types of spills do your absorbents handle?

Our absorbents are versatile and can handle a wide range of spills, including oils, chemicals, and hazardous substances. Check product titles and descriptions for specific details.

2. How do spill kits differ from absorbents?

Spill kits are comprehensive packages designed for a rapid response to spills. They typically include absorbents, protective gear, and disposal tools, offering an all-in-one solution. Absorbents, on the other hand, are the materials used to soak up and contain spills.

3. Can spill containment products be reused?

Yes, many of our spill containment products, such as IBC bunds, are reusable. Look for durable materials such as polyethylene or steel for long-lasting and environmentally friendly options.

4. What's the advantage of wheeled spill kits?

Wheeled spill kits provide enhanced mobility during spill response. Ideal for large workspaces, the wheeled design allows for quick deployment to the site of spill.

5. How do I choose the right spill kit for my business?

Consider the size of your workspace, the potential volume of spills and the type of liquids being used. For smaller areas, a 100 litre spill kit might suffice, while larger facilities may benefit from a 240 or 600 litre spill kit. Evaluate your needs to make an informed decision.

6. What are spill kit refills?

Spill kit refills are cost-effective packages which replenish the absorbents in an existing spill kit. These refills typically include pads, socks, and pillows, to ensure your spill response kit is fully equipped without replacing the entire set. By reusing the durable components, such as the bin, spill kit refills offer an economical and sustainable solution for maintaining optimal spill preparedness.