DENIOS manufactures safe and environmentally friendly storage technology in steel, as well as heat chambers and Spill Barriers for containment of large spills. Products are designed to suit the storage or process medium and the associated activities. Based on standardized systems, customers can choose individual elements from our wide range of equipment. Custom solutions can be created in all product areas. You'll benefit from excellent customer support - on-site where needed.
Your duties as an operator of a hazardous substances storage facility
The individual storage bays are sized for 2 or 3 pallets of drums or 2 or 3 IBC’s. Bays are arranged in configurations offering single-, or double-tier heights. Models are available with single-sided access. Roll-up doors are 3-hour fire rated & conform to UL Standards. All units are built to accommodate both indoor and outdoor placement.
Storage Rooms and Test Rooms for Lithium Batteries
The hazard potential when handling lithium batteries is high. Deep discharge, fire, chemical reactions, explosion in the worst-case scenario – each individual situation means a risk for workers, companies and the environment. This is where DENIOS can help. We offer a comprehensive range of specialist products to ensure your safety. Whether you need to safely store, charge or test lithium energy storage devices.
Occupancy Buildings are available in 8, 10 and 12 foot, widths with lengths from 8 to 52 feet. All units are built to accommodate indoor or outdoor placement. Hinged Man doors are standard, optional door sets available. Buildings come ready for placement/use and can be moved via fork truck or crane.
Designed for small-volume indoor and outdoor storage of drums and IBC totes, DENIOS manufactures a variety of models. From secured, basic storage of non-combustible chemicals to more robust designs for hazardous applications including 2-hour fire rated construction, we have the right solution for you.
Our Pop-Up Barriers are self-contained, passively powered, and are a self-closing solution that can save your facility or even lives. There is no power, people, or external sensors needed. It is completely automatic!. No electricity / human interaction needed and also Mitigates potentially large insurance claims.
Codes and Regulations Governing the Storage of Hazardous Chemicals and Processes
Governmental codes and regulations dictate the correct selection and placement of hazardous chemical storage Lockers, Non-Occupancy Buildings and Occupancy Buildings. The characteristics of the stored material i.e. flammability, pH, material storage temperature, the size and type of container(s), the total quantity stored, and the storage location in relation to other structures will determine which code(s) and regulations pertain to your application.
Regulations and Codes of note that may affect your storage application are NFPA 30 "Storage of Flammable Liquids", the IBC and IFC "International Building Code" and "International Fire Code", as well as the code of Federal regulations 40 CFR 264.175 (OSHA). Additionally independent third party testing agencies such as Factory Mutual (FM) have developed standards for the storage of flammable and other hazardous materials. DENIOS sells and produces Factory Mutual approved products.
DENIOS sales and engineering professionals are well versed in the requirements of National codes as they pertain to the storage of hazardous chemicals. However, the local code enforcement official or "Authority Having Jurisdiction" is the official closest to the situation with the responsibility to interpret the applicable codes in the light of all local factors. The local "AHJ" should always be consulted before purchasing any type of hazardous material storage equipment. DENIOS is always available to assist customers with supplementary information to support approval process.
DENIOS Quality Assurance Program
As part of our ongoing commitment to quality, DENIOS maintains a formalized, structured Quality Assurance Program. This program mandates that designs are checked and rechecked by 3rd Party Engineering firms for structural loading, seismic, and other code compliance factors.
DENIOS equipment is also engineered to satisfy any number of regulatory agencies including:
NFPA - National Fire Protection Association
IBC - International Building Code
EPA - Environmental Protection Agency
OSHA - Occupational Safety and Health Administration
FM / FM Global - Factory Mutual Research
State Approval Departments
Relating to equipment manufacture, our Quality Assurance Program also insures all products are thoroughly inspected and tested before shipping. Tests range from, but are not limited to, pre-paint sump weld leak tests to temperature control tests for our heated and cooled structures. Testing is documented and overseen by our Engineering, Technical Sales, and Production staff.
DENIOS Magazine Articles
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.
Why do I need special storage for lithium-ion batteries?
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.
Charging lithium batteries: Do you know your duty of care?
Find out which duties of care are critical for you to observe when charging lithium batteries in order to increase safety in your business and avoid unnecessary complications in the event of an insurance claim.
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.