Chemical Storage for Drums & Totes

We recognize the particular needs of the chemical storage industry.

DENIOS US design, manufacture and supply the most comprehensive range of products relating to all aspects of hazardous materials storage, environmental protection and health and safety at work. As a market leader DENIOS offers the largest product range available on the market, combined with professional advice and real value for money.

An extremely diverse range of products offers the right solution for virtually every situation – from a Steel Spill Pallet or Poly Spill sumps to indoor and outdoor chemical storage containers. In addition to its comprehensive range of standard products, DENIOS is also a full-service engineering company specializing in solving individual problems in the areas of hazardous material storage technology, as well as developing custom solutions to meet customer’s unique requirements.

For storing small volumes of oils, greases and chemicals we offer a solution to meet every requirement from simple spill trays and sump pallets, to safety cabinets and an indoor flammable storage cabinet for solvents, paints and other flammable materials. Cabinets can be individually fitted out with shelves, spill pallets and other accessories and supplied with folding or wing doors to suit individual requirements. 

For storing larger quantities of hazardous materials we offer a wide range of chemical storage containers. Solutions for drum storage range from small sumps stores for 2 to 4 drums to large chemical storage containers for storing up to 144 drums. We offer a variety of walk-in chemical containers to meet dispensing requirements as well as a range of flammable storage containers with up to 120 minutes fire protection.

A DENIOS chemical storage container is the ideal solution for safely storing large quantities of pallets, drums and IBCs. Available in a range of sizes and configurations for different applications and storage capacities, all DENIOS hazardous storage solutions are compliant with HSE and Environment Agency requirements and provide optimum protection from potentially costly spills and hazards to staff, facilities and the environment.