Chosen By Many Offshore Oil Spills Response Organisations
LUCKY-TECH Membranes Pvt Ltd is specialised into production & supply of Oil booms available in a wide variety of sizes to suit all operating conditions. Our Oil Booms ensures complete cross vulcanization of the composite materials resulting in a finished product with high abrasion resistance, peel resistance and tensile strength. Our Oil booms are designed for compact storage and quick deployment.
Oil booms are a floating barrier which is used for concentrating oil so that it is thick enough to be skimmed, keeping oil out of sensitive areas or for diverting oil into collective areas.
The high visibility bright-coloured fabrics greatly assist mariners and vessel operators to avoid a potential navigational hazard. Other structural attributes like corrosion resistant, dimensionally accurate, long service life, reliable and sturdy construction add strength to its manufacturing quality. Oil booms reduce the possibility of pollution on shorelines, oceans or rivers, by collecting the spilled oil in the tick surface layer allowing for an easy recovery.
INDUSTRY’S BEST FEATURES
The speed of the first response very often determines whether the oil spill remains a minor incident or whether it develops into a more costly spill. LUCKY-TECH’s precisely designed and sturdily constructed oil booms have been chosen by many offshore oil spill response organizations due to its durability, ease of maintenance, sea-keeping and undertow stability.
FEATURES & BENEFITS:
In a short span of time, we have earned a great reputation of delivering expert, engineered & designer solutions as per the client’s specifications & requirement within the stipulated deadline.
Durable – Long life
Light Weight with great aesthetics
Flame & UV resistant, High abrasion resistant
PVDF lacquering to prevent natural and industrial dirt from settling
Aggressive dirt can be cleaned with normal detergent soap and water
Covers large area without Support
Ease of Fabrication : Perfect Weldability
Ease of Maintenance
What is an Oil Boomer?user2020-10-04T23:19:22+00:00
Booms are floating barriers placed around the oil or whatever is leaking the oil. Skimmers can be boats, vacuum machines, sponges or oil-absorbent ropes that skim spilled oil from the water’s surface within the booms.
What do Oil Booms do?user2020-10-04T23:20:12+00:00
An oil boom, also referred to as a containment boom, is a temporary floating barrier designed to contain an oil spill. Oil booms reduce the possibility of pollution on shorelines, rivers, and oceans while collecting oil in thick surface layers to allow for easy recovery for your company.
What are booms for oil spills?user2020-10-04T23:20:47+00:00
Booms are floating, physical barriers to oil, made of plastic, metal, or other materials, which slow the spread of oil and keep it contained. Skilled teams deploy booms using mooring systems, such as anchors and landlines.
What are booms and what are their purposes?user2020-10-04T23:22:04+00:00
Containment booms are used to control the spread of oil to reduce the possibility of polluting shorelines and other resources. Booms also concentrate oil in thicker surface layers, making recovery easier.
How do oil spill booms work?user2020-10-04T23:22:35+00:00
Oil Spill Containment booms float on the surface of the water and are placed in strategic locations based on the flow of the river. The booms act as barriers, trapping any oil moving downstream. When oil collects at the upstream side of the boom, it can be collected with absorbent pads, skimmers, and vacuums.
How effective are oil booms?user2020-10-04T23:23:03+00:00
They’re effective in calm water but as wave height increases oil or other contaminants can easily wash over the top of the boom and render them useless. In any oil spill, the use of a single conventional boom is not effective in protecting environmental resources, even with the correct draft and aspect ratio.
What are oil absorbent booms made of?user2020-10-04T23:23:49+00:00
Booms are floating, physical barriers to oil, made of plastic, metal, or other materials, which slow the spread of oil and keep it contained. Skilled teams deploy booms using mooring systems, such as anchors and land lines.