The safety of passengers, customers, and colleagues in the transportation industries is now more crucial than ever following the recent pandemic.
The advanced requirement of hygiene provision has led to an increased demand for disinfectants and sanitizers. These safety measures are essential for helping to prevent the spread of coronavirus among employees, but they also create new hazards in the workplace. For example, the chemicals used to make the majority of disinfectants are highly flammable, leading to a legal requirement for businesses to invest in appropriate storage and handling solutions.
Additional health and safety measures ultimately result in extra costs, which is even more financially painful in times of decreasing passenger numbers.
Therefore, the most cost-efficient solution to the storage and distribution of disinfectants and sanitizers is now imperative for businesses.
DENIOS designs manufacture and supplies a comprehensive range of products related to hazardous materials storage, environmental protection, and health and safety at work. We are proud to say that our ever-growing product range has helped protect people, workplaces, and the environment in every corner of the world, for several decades.
Storage of Hand Sanitiser Liquid & Disinfectants
Fire rated storage: Mobile and flexible despite large quantities.
Create long-term storage capacities for large containers and larger quantities! DENIOS fire protection storage systems can be set up directly on the outer wall of adjacent buildings or as a fire protection-separated area in a production hall. They are mobile when empty and can be moved around your company premises if necessary.
Safety cabinets: Decentralised storage for optimum supply
If individual work areas are supplied with sufficient disinfectants at all times, your employees are even better protected. Storage in hazardous materials cabinets at the point of need also saves time and ensures compliance with legal requirements for water and fire protection.
Steel spill pallets: water protection for large drums
For the storage of liquid hazardous substances, you need a spill pallet that can hold at least the volume of the largest container. Disinfectants are often delivered in large containers such as IBCs. You can find suitable steel spill pallets with the appropriate collection volume in our shop.
Hazardous materials depots: Large containers stored compactly
Hazardous materials depots are designed for the storage of 200-liter standard drums and IBCs and offer sufficient protection for the storage of disinfectants in a compact space. Small containers can also be stored in the same way. The stable roof construction allows the storage of disinfectants in outdoor areas.
Hazardous substance racking: Flexible and space-saving storage
Hazardous substance racking can be extended as required with its basic and add-on shelves. A spill pallet in the lowest storage level ensures compliance with water protection. As further storage levels, you have the choice between additional drip trays and grids. We offer particularly robust versions for storing disinfectants in large containers.
FALCON safety cans and sprays for safe and cost-efficient disinfecting
Our market-leading FALCON safety cans and sprays are designed for safety and precision, making them the ideal choice for storing and dispensing disinfectants. These spray cans are perfect for hygiene-maintenance during coronavirus concerns.
Your staff will be safe, distributing disinfectant from containers such as drums or IBCs to these spray cans. Not only this, but we also have two versions below where you can manually control the output of disinfectant when spraying.
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