Slip and fall accidents are just as costly as containment violations, yet can be easily avoided with a leak diverter. We offer plenty of sizes for every scenario, or the ability to customize your own unit based on your needs.
Checklist: Collect and dispose of hazardous laboratory waste safely
Many laboratories work with hazardous substances. Accordingly, waste with hazardous ingredients is produced, which must be collected and disposed of properly. Our checklist shows you 10 important requirements to be observed when handling hazardous laboratory waste.
Laboratory supplies: Working safely in the laboratory
Laboratories work with a wide variety of hazardous substances in many different ways. Having the right combination of safety measures can effectively reduce hazards. DENIOS offers you an extensive product range for laboratory safety that gives you the highest levels of safety and 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.
The 7 biggest mistakes when emptying spill pallets
It is not uncommon for liquids to leak and this can happen at any time. But what then? How does the liquid get out of the tray? This is not as trivial as it sounds: when emptying drip pans, serious mistakes can happen. Here you can find out what you should never do under any circumstances - and how to do it correctly.
They are highly chemically resistant and durable. We offer a variety of sizes for every scenario and have the ability to customize your own unit based on your needs. All come complete with a standard 3/4" drain to divert liquids to a safe spot.
Available in a wide variety of convenient sizes, this product comes complete with a standard ¾” drain to divert liquids to a safe spot.
10' or 25' clear hose available
Bungee cords for securing in place included
Edges have grommets for proper positioning
Custom sizes available
High chemical resistance and durable design
Industries that need Spill & Leak Protection
There are several industries where spill control and containment are a necessity. These include the:
Food manufacturing industry: The food manufacturing industry has the responsibility of maintaining the environment and adhering to stringent hygiene standards. The industry uses hydrocarbon- and vegetable-based oils for fuel as well as cooking, and the risk of spillage is high. It requires absorbent materials to manage and contain spills even though strategies may be in place to prevent them.
Manufacturing and industrial sector: Spills are common in the manufacturing sector, and they can be expensive to clean up, resulting in serious time delays. The same also holds true for industrial warehouses and factories, which have the legal obligation to offer storage for managing spills.
Construction industry: Accidental oil spills are common in the construction industry. The oil used for lubricating and operating machinery can cause contamination of water bodies and the environment if spills take place. Spill kits and DENSORB materials are therefore necessary in this industry.
Transportation industry: Oil and lubricant spills resulting from road accidents or occurring at distribution centers are a problem in the transport industry. This makes it mandatory for the industry to prevent spills and have adequate measures in place to manage and contain them.