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Benchkote surface protector, pad, 460 x 570 mm, 1/pk WHA2300599



mfr. no.   Whatman Article No., 28418847 (US reference)
  Whatman, 2300-599
packaging   pack of 50 (50 sheets per pad)
W × L   460 mm × 570 mm


• Containing radiochemical spillage and avoiding contamination
• Recovering spillage of expensive materials
• Protecting hard surfaces to lessen impact
• Water or solvent wick for humidity chambers
• Lining of chemical cabinets, laboratory bench drawers, and laboratory hoods

Features and Benefits

Features and Benefits:
• Material is very strong, making it tear resistant, wet or dry
• Smooth white surface can be written on with ink or pencil and lies flat
• Suitable for saturation with disinfectant to protect benches where pathogens and other bacteria are present
• Use polyethylene side up to collect deposits without absorption
• Paper side quickly absorbs liquid spills preventing liquids from going through to the work surface
• Spillages are trapped in the absorbent paper
•  Benchkote can be incinerated after use; the polyethylene layer does not melt or drip but is rapidly consumed in the flames

General description


Benchkote® is an absorbent, impermeable material designed to protect laboratory surfaces against hazardous spills. The material features a high-quality, smooth, absorbent Whatman paper which quickly absorbs liquid spills and a laminated polyethylene layer that prevent flow through to the working surface. After use the sheet is incinerated or disposed of acording to local regulations.

Benchkote Plus

Benchkote Plus is a thicker, more absorbent material for more demanding applications and can absorb in excess of 0.75 liters of water per square meter.

Other Notes

Field of Use : For internal research use only. Products are not intended for diagnostic use or resale.

Legal Information

Benchkote is a registered trademark of GE Healthcare


Whatman is a registered trademark of GE Healthcare

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