Y-pers Resource Center
In an effort to provide our customers will all the information they need to keep their workplace clean and safe, we have created our Ypers resource center. Here you will find frequently asked questions, application tips, safety information and more.
Frequently Asked Questions:
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Rags & Wiping Cloths:
Usually, cleaning grease requires a degreaser, rags, and special soap to remove the grease off your hands when you (finally) are finished the job. We have rags to remove grease from parts, floors or your hands.
With stain rags, you can be precise in your application, prevent dripping, avoid having to clean out spray guns and not have to worry about the blotching that happens when you brush stain. Reclaimed white polo rags, amber knit rags, new cotton white t-shirt rags and disposable paper rags are good to have on hand for staining projects.
Finding the right rag to use for your specific application can be challenging. Understanding the difference between recycled textiles, new textiles and new textiles that have been washed can make a difference depending on your application.
Oil Only Absorbents selectively absorb oil, not water. We've compiled a list of the best oil only pads, rolls, socks and booms to help clean up oil spills in your workplace or out in the field.
A great way to compare different packs of pads is by weight. If the weight of the bale is heavier, the absorbent pads will absorb MORE than a bale that weighs less. But there are other factors such as size, thickness, dimpled or non-dimpled affects the wicking power of the pad.
Spill Response Kits:
Spill kits come in a variety of sizes and variations, from the standard oil spill kit to chemical and hazmat kits to universal spill kits. Spill kits give you all the supplies you need to contain a spill in one convenient package, and good spill kits are packaged in a variety of ways to maximize their intended use.
Every Facility Needs an Oil Spill Kit Clean Up Checklist. It is essential to identify the type, size and location of the spill in order to use the best kit needed for your spill response. Proper PPE is needed to ensure the safety of personnel charged with cleaning up the spill