Does it meet government standards?
It meets LEACHATE STANDARDS. OCLANSORB will not release soaked-up oil. Independent laboratory tests have shown that OCLANSORB meets LEACHATE STANDARDS in the United States and Canada when used to absorb oil containing PCB's, some organo-chlorinaged pesticides, cadmium, chromium and lead.
the quality control and research arm of the Venezuela state oil company, PDVSA,
has reviewed the use of Oclansorb and had given it high marks as an effective
and environmentally safe product for the containment and clean up of oil spills.
The research laboratory
ofthe Department of Bioanalysis and Toxicology of the University of Zulia, LUZ, has
certified that Oclansorb as a non-toxic, 100% biodegradable, organic product for
the safe and efficient containment and clean up of hydrocarbon spills.
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Which liquids are absorbed by
This is a sample listing of liquids that can be absorbed by OCLANSORB. For advice on absorption of other oil-based fluids, contact your local distributor.
Asetone, Acetonitrile, Amyl Acetate, Benzene, Butanol, 2-Butanone, Bromodichloromethane,
Bunker C, Canola Oil, Carbon Disulfide, Carbontetchloride, Chloroform, Chlormethane, Corn Oil, Cutting Oils, Cyclohexane, Dichloromethane, 1,2 -- Dichloroeteiene, Diesel Fuels, Ethanol, Ethylbenzene, Ethyl Either, Ethylene Glycol, Gasoline, Heptane, Hexane, Hexachlorobenzene, Hexacholrobutadiene, Hexachloroethane, Hexene, Isobutanol, Isoprene,
Isopropanol, Jet Fuels, Xerosene, Methanol, Methylene Chloride, Methyl Ethyl Retone,
MethylPhenol, Motor Oils, Naphthalene, Oil Based Paint, Oil Base Ink, Oil Base Drilling Fluids, Paraffin Oil, Pentane, Pentaciilopiienol, Phenol, Propanol, 48% in acetone, Scintillation Liquid, Silicone Oil (100cs), Styrene, Tetrachloroethane, Tetrachloroethylene,
Tetrahydrofuran, Toluene, Trichloroethylene, Trichorophenol, Varsol, Vinyl Acetate, Vinyl Chloride, Xyenes
Absorption: 1 lb. per 1 gallon hydrocarbon
Reaction Time: Instant
Retention: Meets leachate standards
Toxicity: Non-toxic, environmentally safe
Storage: Keeps in a dry place indefinitely
Disposal: Incineration or landfill according to government regulations
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