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Blow Torch Durability Test of Brady's Re-Form Sorbents

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Uploaded on Oct 6, 2010

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Sorbent Products Company (SPC), a Brady business, features Re-Form Sorbents, the eco-friendly series of high-performance sorbent products. In this video, see how Re-Form sorbent pads stand up to the heat of a blow torch versus competitor products.

As demonstrated in this video, the SPC Re-Form pad and two sorbent pad competitors are subjected to the flame of a blow torch for 15 seconds. Only the SPC Re-Form sorbent can withstand the scorching heat to stay fire retardant, unlike competitor's recycled material and polypropylene sorbents.

SPC Re-Form sorbents meet NFPA Class A Fire Retardancy and are available in sorbent pads, rolls and socs.
Re-Form sorbent materials unique, eco-friendly composition provides superior absorbency with up to 50 percent more pick up power compared to traditional meltblown polypropylene sorbents. Made from 80 percent recycled newsprint and other cellulose, Re-Form general purpose sorbents are up to 50 percent more absorbent than oil-based polypropylene sorbents.

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