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PIG® Spaghetti Socks

8cm x 3m, Absorbs up to 60 L per bag, 8 socks
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Surround and absorb high-viscosity oil spills on water. PIG Spaghetti Booms are tough enough for use in fast-moving water.  Read More

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Description & Specifications

Surround and absorb high-viscosity oil spills on water. PIG Spaghetti Booms are tough enough for use in fast-moving water.
  • Mesh skin and spaghetti strip filler design is ideal for pulling in thick oil or for use in fast-moving waters
  • Tough outer mesh is UV resistant for long-term outdoor use without degradation; lets fluids easily pass through to filler material
  • Rope running along length of boom withstands up to 182kg loads, adding strength for deployment and retrieval
  • Boom floats at surface for easy retrieval, even when saturated
  • Absorbs and retains oils and oil-based liquids - including lubricants, fuels and crude oil - without absorbing a drop of water
  • Strong, zinc-plated carbon steel attachment clips and rings allow you to link booms together
  • Bright white colour makes boom easier to see in outdoor environments and clearly shows saturation level
  • Can be incinerated after use to reduce waste or for fuels blending
  • Note: Not recommended for use on land. PIG Oil-Only Absorbent Booms are recommended for land-based applications
Colour White
Dimensions ext. dia. 8cm x 3m L
Fluids Absorbed Oil-Based Liquids But Not Water
Absorbency Up to 60 L per bag
Sold as 8 socks per bag
Weight 6.8 kg
# per Pallet 24
Composition Polypropylene Filler;
Polyester Netting;
Plated Steel Rings & Clips


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Additional Information

  • Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for Polypropylene Absorbent Boom
  • Environmental Protection Act 1990
    To ensure that any potential polluting process has an authorisation from either the Environment Agency or Local Authority and that control measures are in place to prevent, minimise or render harmless emissions into the surrounding environment. 
  • The Control of Pollution Act (1974)
    The act controls water pollution, all inland water, and the sea within 3 miles of the coast. The deposit of polluting material in controlled water is prohibited, but discharges of trade effluent are permitted with the consent of SEPA.
  • Water Resources Act 1991
    This act regulates the activities of the Environment Agency. The Agency is obliged to prevent pollution of a watercourse or groundwater by issuing consents to make discharges to watercourses. To pollute a watercourse is a criminal offence, and offending individuals and companies can be prosecuted.