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120 litre Superior chemical Spill Kit - mobile 2 wheeled bin

120 litre Superior chemical Spill Kit - mobile 2 wheeled bin


Professional mobile kit - by one person to the spill location. Ideal for a variety of locations on a large site. Packed with Superior absorbents for rapid clean-up operations. Includes an anti-tamper tie to assist site auditing.

Code: 04-1120


£193.19 Each (ex. VAT)

£231.83 inc. VAT
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120 litre Superior chemical Spill Kit - mobile 2 wheeled bin

Superior grade chemical absorbent refillable spillage kit Filled with superior grade absorbent products Easy to follow instructions included in the kit Supplied in a top quality weather proof 2-wheeled bin with a hinged lid Complete spill kit designed for spills up to 120litres Products packed in deployment order Designed to absorb and retain all industrial liquids, including agressive chemicals and oil The top quality 2-wheeled bin is easy to transport and deploy Clearly labelled to eliminate confusion. Kit includes waste disposal bags and cable ties for an efficient disposal of used product.

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Manufacturer LUBETECH
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