With the expansion of the production area at the French site in Haguenau, Siemens needed larger storage areas for the storage of chemical raw materials. DENIOS designed a flexible and mobile storage system, which could be set up centrally in production and meet all safety requirements.
Peroxides are highly reactive chemical compounds which require particularly high bearing requirements. DENIOS manufactured a walk-in warehouse, equipped with modern fire and explosion protection equipment as well as different temprature zones. The assembly of different peroxides was thus made possible.
Solvent-based inks are used for many applications. DENIOS manufactured for a customer a legally compliant and centrally accessible fire protected warehouse, whose interior could be used in several different ways. The warehouse is transportable and could therefore be placed in the immediate vicinity of the production facility.
Storage areas are expanded or replaced by more modern ones. Just like Neelsen GmbH, which provides varnishes and colors. The DENIOS fire protection bearing provided the maximum safety for the accommodation of flammable, highly flammable and extremely flammable media and dissolved an existing storage solution.
It is not only useful for economical reasons to combine hazardous substances storage with workrooms. Like the Manitow Crane Group, many customers opt for fire protection solutions in which mixing technology or hazardous workplaces allow direct working with the media.
Research and development often involve large quantities of a wide range of hazardous substances. This was also the case at the University of Insbruck, which needed a central warehouse for combustible, water-endangering, corrosive and toxic substances and entrusted DENIOS with the project. The special challenge: the plant had to be mobile enough for a move.
DENIOS system containers provide maximum safety, large storage capacities and take up comparatively little space. Thus, these products also formed the heart of the project for Hösch GmbH. Fats and oils should be placed in large capacities in an existing magazine.
The well-known automotive manufacturer KIA required a hazardous material store at the Zilina site in Slovakia to accommodate large quantities of fuels and binders. Because the bearings were to be installed at various points of production, DENIOS manufactured several units in fire and explosion-proof design.