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Choose the Right Absorbent Material for Workplace Safety and Clean-Up Mats

Choose the Right Absorbent Material for Workplace Safety and Clean-Up Mats

SupAbsorb Tech makes absorbent mats for several industries. Their product needs are a mix of unique qualities, but they all share one thing. They want a product they can trust to provide a safe environment for all those in the workplace. What material would work best for you? 

What Industries Does SupAbsorb Tech Supply? 

Industries that purchase our products are only limited by the need to maintain safe flooring. That can be anywhere there may be water, chemicals, oil, or other liquids that can spill or leak onto a floor.  

They may want to protect members of the public, customers, employees, or contractors. The liquids they handle may also be toxic, so they’re trying to limit the environmental harm a leak or spill may cause. 

These industries include: 

  • Grocery and food service 
  • Construction 
  • Automotive and trucking repair 
  • Real estate sales 
  • Retail businesses 
  • Hospitals 
  • Government agencies 
  • Educational institutions 
  • Industrial businesses 
  • Manufacturing facilities 
  • Railroad facilities 
  • Mining operations 

This is a short list of businesses and organizations that find SupAbsorb Tech products useful. 

Why Workplace Safety and Clean-Up Mats Need Highly Absorbent Material 

SupAbsorb Tech customers use many substances that can make an area slippery and dangerous for customers, contractors, and employees. If there are spills or leaks and someone falls on a hard surface, it could cause a disabling injury that could last a day, a month, or a lifetime. 

Our mats can handle: 

  • Water 
  • Petroleum  
  • Chemicals 
  • Oils 
  • Solvents 
  • Coolants 

These mats also can protect human health and the environment by reducing the spread and exposure of flammable and toxic chemicals. 

Shape, Placement, and Size Matters  

The greatest material won’t do you much good if the mat isn’t big enough for the job, is in the wrong place, or is not shaped to fit where it belongs. 

  • Given what might spill and the area you want to be covered, what size mat do you need? Are fewer larger mats or more smaller mats a better idea? Is it big enough to handle the foot traffic, machinery that may cross over it, and the volume of liquid that might spill? 
  • Where should it be placed? Are there high-foot traffic areas that should be covered? Do you want them near machinery that may leak or spill fluid? By doors to soak up water or snow that people may track in? In areas where employees stand for long periods? 
  • Mats can be in any shape, not just rectangles or squares. You may want a custom fit by a piece of equipment or an area where liquids are stored. 

SupAbsorb Tech mats can be placed where they’re needed most, in the right shape and size. 

SupAbsorb Tech is Here to Help  

If you have any questions about our company or products or want to learn more about how our absorbent mats can help make your workplace safer, call us at (732) 390-5970 or complete our online contact form today. 
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