UV-Resistant PIG® Oil & Debris Containment Boom - New Pig

  PIG® Oil & Debris Containment Boom

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For Calm Water & Low Current 50' x 18" 12" Draft Dimensions

Durable, UV-resistant, non-absorbent floating booms contain oil spills on calm waters to keep them from spreading.
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The State of California mandates that the following statement is made in order to comply with the California Safe Drinking Water & Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986.

Chemical Known to Cause
Bis-(2-ethylhexyl) Phthalate (DEHP) Cancer/ Birth Defect/ Reproductive Harm
Lead Cancer/ Birth Defect/ Reproductive Harm

Features and Benefits

Durable, UV-resistant, non-absorbent floating booms contain oil spills on calm waters to keep them from spreading.

  • Floats to surround and stop oil spills or debris from spreading on calm waters
  • UV-resistant, PVC-coated shell is packed with light-weight foam
  • Above-water height of 6"; submerged depth of 12"
  • Quality construction provides 7,500 lb. actual breaking strength
  • Highly visible yellow color for instant recognition in emergency situations
  • Snap hooks secure and overlap booms
  • Add PIG Oil-Only Booms to absorb petroleum-based pollutants


Style Non-Absorbent Boom
Dimensions 50' L x 18" H
Application Spill Response
Brand PIG
Current Type Calm Water & Low Current
Draft Dimensions 12"
Color Yellow
Freeboard Dimensions 6"
Intended Use On Water
Sold as 1 each
Weight 66 lbs.
# per Pallet 8
Composition Boom - PVC-Coated Nylon
Reinforcements - Polyester
UNSPSC 24101907
Pigalog® Page Number Page 191

Additional Information

  • Product Data Sheet (PDS)
  • 33 CFR 154.1040
    Facilities transferring materials that could cause substantial harm to the environment must have at least 200 feet of containment boom available within one hour of a spill, and suitable quantities of absorbent materials available within two hours of a spill.
  • 40 CFR 112.7
    SPCC planning requirements state that facilities subject to these regulations must have written plans in place discussing the products, countermeasures and procedures that are in place, or will be taken by the facility to prevent discharge of oil into waters of the United States.
  • 40 CFR 122.26
    When applying for a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit, facilities must have a plan in place that describes actions, procedures, control techniques, management practices and equipment available to prevent illegal discharge of pollutants into waterways.


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