|Part #||Model||Dimensions in. (mm)||Absorption Capacity gal. (L)||Weight lbs. (kg)|
|9310||250' Roll||3000 x 60 x 0 (76200 x 1524 x 0)||1.5 (5.7) per sq. yd.||125 (56.7)|
Frequently Asked Questions
X-Tex removes oil and other hydrocarbons much faster than traditional absorbents. A polypropylene sorbent material will not allow water to freely pass through it. Oil will absorb at the surface of a polypropylene absorbent, and the polypropylene will eventually blind over and the center will not absorb any oil. Click here to learn more about the advantages that X-Tex has over polypropylene.
Is it though? When you simply compare the cost per foot (or inch), then yes, it is cheaper. But when you take a closer look and consider how much more X-Tex absorbs, you will quickly see that not only is X-Tex the better choice from a performance standpoint but it is also the better choice from a cost standpoint. Take a look at this example.
Far from it. X-Tex has been in use in industrial and stormwater applications for more than ten years.
Yes, it can be easily cut using a large pair of scissors and sewn on with a heavy-duty/industrial sewing machine.
Yes, approximately 85-90 % of sorbed oils can be reclaimed from Ultra-X-Tex and the media reused, through a press or centrifuge.
Ultra-X-Tex is environmentally benign and user-friendly. It does not leach harmful substances into the environment and when incinerated produces minimal residue or ash.
The flow rate for X-Tex is 151 gal/ft2/min. or 6152 l/m2/min.).