Nochar A611 | Petro Bond
Nochar Inc. supplies oil and gas bonding agents to fire safety, environmental and nuclear energy industries, including our Nochar A611 oil immobilization polymer. This petroleum bonding agent has been extensively tested against regulatory standards, and offers incredible performance on the basis of environmental safety, spill mitigation, hazard absorption rate and more.
A611 is an environmentally friendly, cost-effective absorbent product that meets Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards for hazardous spill control and disposal. Whether it’s oil, chemical or bio-hazardous, you need protection. A611 is highly effective against a variety of spills, in any situation.
About Nochar A611
A611 is a dry granular material used to solidify oils and solvents, and absorb and solidify common hydrocarbon products. This polymer-based product is designed to bond hydrocarbon products, without sticking to vegetation. This allows easier for retrieval for oil spills on water where weeds, sticks and other vegetation are present.
Unlike Nochar’s A610 petroleum bonding agent—which works very well on fuels and oils alike—A611 isn’t made for fuel cleanup. Instead, it’s better-suited for oil and hydrocarbon chemical spills, including those on land and in water. It’s non-toxic, non-corrosive, and safe for the environment.
To fully solidify the liquid normally requires one pound of A611 to 15 pounds of spilled liquid (1:15). It’s recommended to test a small sample for predictable rate usage. Pick up ratio and speed of solidification vary with the type of liquid being bonded, along with the number of volatiles remaining, temperatures and the viscosity of the liquid.
A Leader Among Petroleum Bonding Agents
Nochar Inc. strives to provide petroleum bonding agents that meet the specific needs of cleanup agencies dealing with hydrocarbon intrusion—including oil spills. Our A611 oil immobilization polymer performs above and beyond EPA standards, to deliver rapid and efficient cleanup in the event of environmental contamination. For more information, please review the Fact Sheet or MSDS, or contact us today at 317-613-3046