Brady TM29 - TrackMat Matting Heavy Weight Absorbent Roll - 29" x 80'

Brady TM29 - TrackMat Matting Heavy Weight Absorbent Roll - 29" x 80
Item #: TM29-B001

Product Info

Brady Worldwide Inc
TM29

The Brady TM29 TrackMat Matting Heavy Weight Absorbent Roll is a low-linting, extremely durable 3-ply mat that is perfect for high volume petroleum spills. It has a UV top layer, which makes it perfect for outdoor applications and a highly absorbent polypropylene core. It also has a dimpled design for added durability and reduced linting. The Brady TM29 TrackMat Matting Heavy Weight Absorbent Roll has a non-slip and non-leak barrier backing that prevents liquids from penetration into the ground. It can absorb oils, coolants, solvents, and other water-based fluids. Applications for this absorbent mat include but not limited to situations where strength, absorbency and impermeability is needed, transportation companies, refineries and steel mills, and railways or military applications.

Benefits & Features of the Brady TM29 TrackMat Matting Heavy Weight Absorbent Roll:

  • Perfect for high volume petroleum spills
  • Extremely strong and durable 3-ply construction
  • UV-top later makes it perfect for outdoor applications and suitable for heavy foot or vehicle traffic
  • Highly absorbent polypropylene core
  • Non-slip and non-leak barrier backing prevents liquids from penetrating into the ground
  • Dimpled for added durability and reduced linting
  • Absorbs oils, coolants, solvents, and water-based fluids
  • Low-linting
  • Applications include but not limited to situations where strength, absorbency and impermeability is needed, transportation companies, refineries and steel mills, and railways or military

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TrackMat Matting Heavy Weight Absorbent Roll - 29" x 80'

Item Specifications

  • Oil-Only Absorbent Pads and Rolls
  • 29"
  • TrackMat
  • 80'
  • 24 lbs per EA

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$204.27
List Price: $259.99
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