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Secondary Spill Containment

As the leading manufacturer and designer of chemical containment systems, DENIOS knows how to keep you safe and compliant through our large and varied program. Whether your needs are for storing one drum, or hundreds. From Drums to IBCs spill containment pallets manufactured in steel or poly. DENIOS offer a wide range of spill containment pallets for the safe and secure storage of clean and waste oils, fuels, chemicals and other hazardous liquids.

Products for secondary spill containment

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The legislation speaks of the storage of hazardous substances as soon as quantities of chemicals are kept that exceed the daily requirement. Different legal and technical specifications apply to the storage of hazardous substances indoors and outdoors. DENIOS also offers the right hazardous materials store for your company and your spatial situation.

 Your advantages:

  • Large range of products for indoor and outdoor use
  • Fire, chemical and weather resistant
  • Flexible range of accessories fully assembled delivery

DENIOS has a wide range of collection trays for storing hazardous substances indoors, which are available in acid- and alkali-resistant plastic or in fireproof metal, depending on the chemical to be stored. Many models can be driven under a forklift or pallet truck and can be easily moved during operation. In addition to these open storage areas for hazardous materials, DENIOS also has cabinets for hazardous materials in its range.

 For the storage of hazardous materials outdoors, it is not just a matter of reliably catching the hazardous materials in the event of leaks, but also of protecting them from the effects of the weather. Here the DENIOS program ranges from the simple polymer box for small quantities to spacious steel containers and large storage areas for hazardous materials with covered intermediate areas. Here, too, the type of hazardous substance in the warehouse is decisive for the design, but so are other criteria, such as safety distances.

Our product range

Drum spill containment

Majority of products DENIOS manufactures contain sumps which meet or exceed spill compliant requirements. Although both steel and poly drums come in a variety of sizes/capacities, our Drum Pallets, Sumps, and enclosures base sump volume on storing 55-gallon drums as that is the most commonly used industrial drum in the CA.

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Dispensing Stations

Perfect dosing and convenient filling of liquids: DENIOS offers a large number of precisely fitting dispensing stations for your optimal operational process, look for the perfect solution for Drums or IBCs.

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Containment Berms and Spill Decking

Whenever dangerous liquids are stored, unwanted dripping and spraying losses can occur during refilling and filling. Even the smallest amounts can already make a cost-intensive renovation of the subsoil necessary. Choose between steel and poly options. Steel Spill Decking is made out of heavy gauge galvanized steel. Poly Spill Decking offers a high resistance to acids, alkalis and oils and is available with galvanized or PE grids.

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Racking and Shelving

Hazardous material shelving and racking systems including containment shelving for small containers and pallet racking systems for drums and IBCs offer safe and compliant solutions for storing and dispensing hazardous materials without having to worry about leaks and drips.

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More information


Leak emergency plan in 10 steps

Any facility that uses, processes, or stores hazardous materials should have an emergency spill clean-up plan in place. The DENIOS 10-point emergency plan guides you safely and systematically through the leak clean-up process.

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Act Correctly in the event of an Oil Spill

In the event of an oil leak or a major oil accident, quick action is required - because there is a risk of damage to the environment and the risk of accidents for employees. In our FAQ "What to do in the event of an oil spill" we give you answers on what you can and must do so that you are well prepared and an oil leak does not turn into an oil disaster.

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Risk assessment for gases

There are many hazards associated with handling gases - but with the right knowledge, risks can be effectively minimized. We provide you with guidance on how to approach a risk assessment for gases.

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Checklist How to store gas cylinders correctly outdoors

Our checklist shows you how to choose the right location for your gas cylinder storage facility and design it in compliance with the law, how to ensure safe operation on a day-to-day basis, and which maintenance and inspection obligations must be complied with.

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