In order to simplify your safety protocols and purchases we recommend TrivorexÂ® neutralizing absorbent, a polyvalent solution for all types of chemical spills, even the highly dangerous.
Or you can carry out a spill diagnosis!
By consulting the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) supplied with the product, it is a compulsory document for all chemicals.
It is possible that the spilled chemical is too concentrated for the neutralization reaction to be initiated. The absorbent must be humidified with LeVert (or failing this water) to accelerate and complete the neutralization process.
The base product will be absorbed and the powder will change color to blue to indicate the hazard. There will be no neutralization. There will be no hazardous chemical reaction.
The acid will be absorbed and the powder will change color to pink to indicate the hazard.
There will be no neutralization. There will be no hazardous chemical reaction.
No. If the packaging is still well closed, the absorbent retains its absorbent properties and can still be used.
Thanks to their ability to solidify after absorption, none of our absorbents release liquids that have been absorbed.
After absorption of a flammable product the risk will be reduced, but the residue will still be flammable.