There are currently numerous legal regulations governing the storage, transport, and handling of chemicals, depending on the hazards they pose. Often stored in drums, these containers not only need to be stored and transported safely but also handled, filled, and dispensed in a safe, contained manner.
As experts in hazardous material storage solutions, DENIOS knows the safe handling of drums and has been providing material handling equipment for chemicals for over 35 years. Particular emphasis has been given to systems for safe handling and usage, which guarantee optimal safety for both people and the environment.
Handling Equipment and Accesories
DENIOS has developed and produced a wide range of products and technical solutions for every drum handling task, be it lifting, moving, turning, tipping, or emptying.
Drum and IBC Heaters
Grounding and bonding cables
Drum Operners, Deheaders and tools
Drum and IBC Funnels
Drum Faucets and Valves
DENIOS also provides drum safety accessories, including fill level indicators, safety vents, pumps, drum openers and wrenches, IBC openers and grounding leads and cables.
Accessories for Drums and Totes
DENIOS also provides drum safety accessories, including fill level indicators, safety vents, pumps, drum openers and wrenches, IBC openers, and grounding leads and cables.
Additionally, we offer a range of attachments for forklifts that enable a user to lift drums, transport them and sometimes turn them, position drums close to each other on a shelf, and store drums efficiently without manual handling.
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