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Containment Booms

Oil containment booms are an impervious barrier designed to deflect or contain oil spills or floating debris. This containment will allow the spilt oil or debris to be recovered in a concentrated form. 

Our range of oil containment booms are manufactured in Australia, and suitable for a range of marine environments and conditions and are made in varying heights, styles and lengths.

Oil Containment Booms come in a variety of forms to meet the needs of different scenarios. They range from easy to deploy, light weight models, to large, robust unit for deployment offshore requiring vessels and cranes. Designs fall into two main styles:

Containment Boom Containment Booms are an impervious barrier designed to deflect or contain spills or floating debris. With our standard closed cell foam flotation chamber and continuous skirt below the surface, these booms perform very well in rough weather and can be used for short or long term deployment in harbours, rivers, ponds, dams and other open waterways.   Manufactured from heavy duty geo-membrane, these booms have a standard closed cell foam floatation chamber, chain ballast and ASTM connectors.
  • Operates in a variety of conditions
  • Ideal for a variety of applications
  • Cost effective
  • Available in 10m and 15m lengths
 

Fence Boom

SpilMax® Natura-Sorb floor sweep is typically used for hydrocarbon based spills and consists of recycled organic fibres which are treated, pelletised and processed to provide a granulated floor sweep that has added weight and a lower dust factor for easy application. Natura-Sorb meets the EPA criteria for disposal at land fill.

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