Help keep your employees and work environment safe from unexpected spills, leaks, drips or other accidents.

Brady’s SPC absorbents and spill containment products help you keep your employees and work environment safe from unexpected spills, leaks, drips or other accidents. SPC absorbents are available for cleaning up oil, water and chemical-based spills. These absorbents and spill kits help you to comply with the latest OSHA and EPA safety regulations.

Check out the 5 places in your facility where these products can be used:


1. Exterior Bulk Storage

Oil-only products are ideal for outdoor leaks and spills, absorbing oil and repelling water.

2. Interior Fluid Storage

Consider specialty items like drum top covers and spill pallets to manage all types of leaks.

3. Machinery & Equipment

Socs surround machinery to prevent leaks while pillows are placed underneath.

4. Shipping/Receiving

Keep spill kits near any entrances to prevent spills from reaching the environment. Industrial rugs are durable enough for forklift traffic.

5. Production, Assembly, Maintenance & Tool Cribs

Make sure to have plenty of pads and rolls on hand. These general-purpose items come in a variety of sizes to support your facility needs.

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Brady SPC has been successfully developing, manufacturing and shipping absorbent products for nearly 40 years. Throughout the decades, our customers have relied on SPC products to help them prevent slips, trips and falls within their facilities. Absorbents and spill control products are our focus. At Brady SPC, we’ve invested in our people, processes and facilities to ensure that we provide our customers with the best products for all their spill control needs. 

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