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New Pig Introduces Pig Leaktrapper Universal Absorbent Pillow
TIPTON, Pa. - New Pig Corporation has recently introduced the PIG® LEAKTRAPPER™ Universal Absorbent Pillow – specifically designed to capture and absorb nuisance leaks at their source, before they hit the floor and become a hazard.
The PIG® LEAKTRAPPER™ Universal Absorbent Pillow’s [loop-backed bottom] attaches securely to heavy-duty Velcro® hooks so that it can be easily positioned, and repositioned, around hose connections, or virtually anything that leaks. The Pillow’s cellulose filler absorbs oils, coolants, solvents and water while its puncture-resistant, impermeable poly backing prevents strike-through onto surfaces.
Ideal for catching and retaining high-volume leaks and persistent drips, the PIG® LEAKTRAPPER™ Pillow absorbs up to 33 oz. per pillow. Available in several sizes as well as an oil-only [option] version. For more information on this or any of New Pig’s products, please visit newpig.com or call 1-800-HOT-HOGS.
In 1985, New Pig invented the first contained absorbent, the Original PIG® Absorbent Sock, changing leak and spill management forever. Built around its award-winning Pigalog® catalog, innovative product line, and legendary service, the company has thrived. Now a multi-channel, multi-brand supplier of innovative liquid management solutions to industrial, institutional, and government facilities in over 40 countries, PIG® products, services, and technical expertise help keep workplaces clean and safe.
The company's Pigalog® catalog features a wide variety of exclusive and innovative PIG® Brand products, including the largest selection of absorbent socks, mats, pillows, pans, and booms in the world. In addition, the expanding product line includes material handling equipment
Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff » posted on: 10/21/2011