Do you worry about spills, floods, or sprinkler releases damaging your facility? The spill control innovators at DENIOS have the solution for you. With over 30 years experience and 1,000+ Barriers manufactured, we have you covered.
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!
Call us now to learn what Pop-Up Barrier is right for your facility.
For companies that store chemicals, leaks and spills are always a hazard. A Pop-Up Spill Barrier can be installed to separate incompatible materials within a single large facility or to contain potential spills and sprinkler releases at all perimeter access points of a facility.
Flooding can damage warehouses, equipment, and goods. Over 80% of flood losses result from flood waters less than 15” high. An FM-Approved, Pop-Up Flood Barrier can be installed on exterior doors to protect a facility's lower-level building access points or facility design/use modifications.
What are the benefits?
No electricity/human interaction needed
Flat doorway opening without obstructions
Zero space requirements because everything is set inground and flush with floor
Mitigates potentially large insurance claims
Proven standard worldwide
DENIOS has over 35 years of engineering experience and is represented in over 20 countries in America, Europe and Asia.
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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