Drum Openers and container openers ensure the safe and clean opening of containers of all kinds. Manual or electrical tools such as drum wrenches and drum deheaders provide you with optimum leverage and ensure safe opening of steel drums.
Drum openers and container openers ensure the safe and clean opening of containers of all kinds. Manual or electrical tools such as drum wrenches, IBC ring spanners, and much more support daily work. A cross key for common drum closures allows for the effortless opening of steel drums due to the wheel spider principle.
Automatic Drum Deheaders are great when dealing with moderate drum volumes. This electric deheader moves around the drum, cutting and folding the metal towards the chime, leaving a safe, smooth edge.
DENIOS lines of Drum tools also include wrenches, plug wrenches, and chime dekinkers.
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.
DENIOS drum wrenches manufactured from steel or bronze are designed for all common drums. Ring spanners manufactured from steel are suitable for the easy opening of IBC screw caps. With optimum leverage, manual drum wrenches ensure the safe opening of 55-gallon steel drums. Ring spanners manufactured from plastic easily open canister screw tops.
Temporary Leak Protection
Using newly patented technology, RuptureSealTM can safely close breaches, minimize damage, help protect the environment, preserve health and safety, potentially save thousands of dollars through spill remediation, and save lives.
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