Ideal for use in laboratories, stores, warehouses and anywhere where hazardous liquids need to be stored safely and securely, safety cabinet provides the highest level of security while enabling effective work processes. Most cabinets carry FM Approval and additional shelves, drip trays, and pull-out shelves are available.
Safety Storage Cabinets for a Variety of Stored Chemicals
DENIOS offers a wide range of safety cabinets for a variety of stored chemicals. Our portfolio of chemical storage includes flammable storage cabinet, fire rated, and caged storage cabinets.
All DENIOS hazardous liquids cabinets have one thing in common: long-term investment security for the customer through the fabrication of high-quality materials, proven concepts and tested performance. Most cabinets carry FM Approval. Additional shelves, drip trays, pull-out shelves available accessories.
Ideal for use in laboratories, stores, warehouses and anywhere where hazardous liquids need to be stored safely and securely, safety cabinet provides the highest level of security while enabling effective work processes.
Hazardous Liquids Cabinets Provide Fire Protection
Flammable cabinets provide for safe storage of flammable containers. Paint cans, release agents, oils or cleaners must be stored under strict conditions. A fire-resistant hazardous materials cabinet provides this. Depending on the space available at the place of use, the customer's decision is usually between a standard cabinet that can be placed directly on the workbench or the work table, a base cabinet, or a cabinet that is attached directly to the wall. DENIOS offer the following cabinet types: Flammable, paint and ink, pesticide, and corrosive storage
Manual and automatic hinged doors or folding doors are common closure solutions in flammable cabinets.
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A guide to what you really need to know when assessing and purchasing safe storage and charging systems for lithium-ion batteries. We cover why you need special, safe storage for lithium-ion batteries; what can cause lithium-ion battery fires; what you can do to protect your staff and business if you handle, charge and store lithium-ion batteries; and safer solutions for your storage and charging needs with lithium-ion batteries.
It is important to understand what a fire-rated cabinet does, when and where to use it. This guide gives you details on what you really need to know when assessing your safe storage needs. We cover what fire-rated means; what is a fire-rated cabinet; important legislation and guidance on the safe storage of flammable substances and chemicals; what can be stored in a fire-rated cabinet and where to put your fire-rated storage.
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The dangerous substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR) require risks from the indoor storage of dangerous substances to be controlled by elimination or by reducing the quantities of such substances in the workplace to a minimum.