Sorbent Boom

Function

Linkable booms are used to contain and absorb spills on or off water. The built-in stainless steel connectors link booms together to cover large areas of water. Booms are encased with a lint free poly sock that prevents shedding.

Specifications

Manufacture Various manufactures Model Various
Size 5" or 8" dia x 10' long
4 sections per bale (40')
Composition Synthetic
Material Polypropylene Sorbent type Boom
Sorbent capacity 10 to 25 times End connectors Clamps and eyes
Limitations Low tolerance to stress, boom can break or pull apart under high tension.

Transportation Modes

C-130 DC-6 DC-3 737 Beaver Otter Cessna 206 Cessna 185 Heli Barge Tug (only) Lrg F/V Sm F/V Pickup

Locations & Quantities

Zone 1
Ketchikan
55°23'47.94"N 131°43'45.85"W
Zone 2
Craig
55°29'18.28"N 133°08'24.67"W
Zone 3
Petersburg
56°48'28.84"N 132°58'13.91"W
Zone 4
Kake
56°58'21.84"N 133°56'26.67"W
Zone 5
Sitka
57°06'53.48"N 135°23'31.89"W
Zone 6
Gustavus
58°27'16.61"N 135°53'18.35"W
Pelican
57°57'27.84"N 136°13'32.69"W
Zone 7
Juneau
58°17'26.76"N 134°23'33.26"W
Zone 8
Haines
59°14'02.27"N 135°26'20.48"W
Zone 9
Yakutat
59°32'44.64"N 139°44'06.40"W
(4,680')
4,600' - Warehouse
80' - ORB 2
(480')
Connex #20
(200')
Connex #30
(200')
Connex #40
(1,000)
Connex #54
(320')
120' - ORB 9
200' - Connex #60
(960')
860' - Connex #74
100' - ORB 1
(120')
Connex #81
(200')
Connex #90