Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
By consulting the SDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) supplied with the product, a mandatory document if it is a chemical product.
It is possible that the spilled chemical is too concentrated for the neutralization reaction to be initiated. It is then sufficient to wet the absorbent with LeVert (or water if not) to accelerate and complete the neutralization process.
The alkaline product will be absorbed and the powder will turn blue to indicate the danger, without any neutralization. There will be no hazardous chemical reaction.
The acidic product will be absorbed and the powder will turn pink to indicate the danger, without any neutralization. There will be no hazardous chemical reaction.
None of our absorbents releases the already absorbed liquids, thanks to their capacity of solidification after absorption.
After absorbing a spill of a flammable product the risk will be decreased, but the residue will still be flammable.
No. If the package is still tightly closed, the absorbent retains its absorbing properties and can still be used.
The waste formed by TRIVOREX® that can be disposed of as non-hazardous waste are chemicals which are only corrosive and have been fully neutralized (yellow colour of the mixture). The list of declassifiable products can be consulted on our website.