Brady UXT30DP - Universal "Xtra Tough" Heavy Weight Absorbent Roll - Perforated - 30" x 150'

Brady UXT30DP - Universal "Xtra Tough" Heavy Weight Absorbent Roll - Perforated - 30" x 150
Item #: UXT30DP-B001

Product Info

Brady Worldwide Inc
UXT30DP

The Brady UXT30DP Universal "Xtra Tough" Heavy Weight Absorbent Roll is a 3-ply universal melt blown polypropylene, high-performance, all-purpose absorbent that is perfect for wipe down applications. This absorbent has a spun bond coverstock on both sides, is low-linting, and is abrasion resistant and non-abrasive. The Brady UXT30DP Universal "Xtra Tough" Heavy Weight Absorbent Roll features perforations to help reduce waste and is also dimpled for added durability and reduced linting. This material can absorb oils, coolants, solvents, and water-based fluids and recommended for applications (but not limited too) drips, spills, and wiping applications, printing industries, high tech industries, pharmaceutical, food processing, machining small parts, paint room.

Benefits & Features of the Brady UXT30DP Universal "Xtra Tough" Heavy Weight Absorbent Roll:

  • High-performance, all-purpose absorbent
  • Universal melt blown polypropylene
  • 3-ply (SMS) construction with spun bond coverstock on both sides for maximum durability and very low-linting
  • Perfect to wipe down tools and machinery
  • Both abrasion resistant and non-abrasive
  • Dimpled for added durability and reduced linting
  • Perforated to help reduce waste
  • Oils, coolants, solvents, water-based fluids
  • Recommended applications drips, spills and wiping applications, printing industries, high tech industries, pharmaceutical, food processing, machining small parts, paint room

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Universal "Xtra Tough" Heavy Weight Absorbent Roll - Perforated - 30" x 150'

Item Specifications

  • Universal Absorbent Pads and Rolls
  • 30"
  • 150'
  • 27.5 lbs per EA

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$149.27
List Price: $189.99
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