Ultra-Oil Filter Booms®

Capture floating oil quickly and stop it from reaching the shore

Ultra-Oil Filter Booms are made with X-Tex.  This material allows large volumes of water to pass through while capturing any oil and hydrocarbons from the flow making it perfect for oil spills on the water. 

  • Six-foot-long booms made with Ultra-X-Tex absorb oil from water much faster than standard polypropylene booms.
  • Unlike polypropylene, Ultra-X-Tex material will allow water to pass through freely while filtering any oil present on the water’s surface.
  • Each Oil Filter Boom has connecting hardware pre-installed so multiple units can be quickly and easily attached for longer lengths.
  • Units are designed to be connected with 1-foot overlap to ensure maximum containment and coverage.

 

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Ultra-Oil Filter Boom

Part # Length Oil Capacity gal. (L) Weight lbs. (kg) Where to Buy
5220 6'L (1.8 m) 5.0 (19.0) 5.0 (2.5)

CLEARANCE ITEM: Need a longer boom? Looking for a bargain? Contact us about the discontinued Ultra-Oil Boom (Part# 5204) - 50'L x 6"Dia

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Ultra-X-Tex vs. Polypropylene

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Ultra-Oil Filter Boom made from?
The Oil Filter Boom is made with Ultra-X-Tex. It is a recycled material that can very quickly pull oil from water.

 

 

How much oil can the Oil Filter Boom hold?
The Ultra-Oil Filter Boom can hold up to 5 gallons (19 L).

 

 

Can I connect multiple units of Oil Filter Boom?
Yes, there are attachment points on both ends of the Boom.

 

 

Why should I consider the Ultra-Oil Filter Boom instead of a polypropylene berm?
The Ultra-X-Tex material used to make the Oil Filter Booms outperforms polypropylene in absorption capacity and other aspects. Click here to learn more.

 

 

How does the Ultra-Oil Filter Boom compare to polypropylene berms in terms of cost?
When only considering the "off the shelf" price, polypropylene is cheaper. However, when taking into consideration the additional costs of labor to deploy and retrieve each boom, the Oil Filter Boom is considerably less expensive. Click here to learn more.

 

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