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What is STARDUST?

STARDUST is justifiably known as ”Super Absorbent”, not just because of its tremendous ability to absorb, but also because of its range of application, as the product is equally effective on all kinds of spills. As it is not selective, this eliminates the need for storage space for a number of different types of products to deal with different tasks.
STARDUST Its main characteristics:
Has many uses
Absorbs all kinds of fluids* regardless of viscosity, from water to butter and fluid wax, and is therefore unlimited in its effectiveness.
Financial advantages
Reduces the cost of reception, labour and products. Reduces the cost of getting rid of the spill, as this spill has less mass and weight compared with previously known clay-based types such as ”kitty litter”.
Reduces the risk of accidents caused by slippery floors/roads.
Clearly outperforms competing products.
• 7 to 20 times the absorption capacity compared with clay-based products.
• Non-selective, thereby eliminating the need for storing a number of different types of products.
• Saves on labour expenses.
• Immediate effect.
• Cheap to use.
• Weighs little (1 sack weighs 7 kilo).
Friendly to both the user and the environment
• Harmless to people, animals, plants, earth, concrete, asphalt and paving stones
• Unlike clay-based (kitty litter) types, Stardust is not a carcinogenic that causes silicosis “stonemason-lungs”. (See the labels on the clay-based products).
USDA approved for use in food-producing or food-storing facilities.
   (California has a very strict environmental legislation).
• Lives up to OSHA requirements as described in their blood-bearing pathogenic
   Standard’ (29CFR1910.1030).
• More than lives up to EPA standards for the TCLP (Toxic Characteristic Leaching Procedure) test of what ensures that the product is not washed out back into the environment.
• Exceeds the standards for ”Testing the leaching of liquids” (LTR). * May not be used for/with Hydrofluoric acid.

Categories of fluids that STARDUST absorbs:

Petroleum products:
• Petrol, diesel oil, aviation fuel.
• Hydraulic-/braking-/transmission- fluids.
• Engine oil.
• Axle grease
• Refined spills and/or production spills, and other by-products.
Paint:
• Water-, oil– or epoxy-based.
Antifreeze agents / coolants.
All fluid or semi-fluid food products:
• Honey, syrup, etc.
• Jams, jellies etc.
• Butter– and fat products.
• Vegetable oils.
• Drinks, vinegar, ketchup, etc.
All bodily fluids:
• Human or animal waste.
• Blood.
All chemicals
• Herbicides
• Bases, alkalines
• Solvents
• Acids (* May not be used for/with Hydrofluoric acid.).

 

 

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