Manual Spill Barriers

The Manual Spill Barrier is good for sealing off doorways in low traffic areas. Designed to be engaged at all times, the barrier can easily be opened by an individual by loosening 2 clamps and lifting and moving door. 

 

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Effectively provide secondary containment of spills with doorway spill barriers

Barriers clamp securely into preset piers mounted on either side of the opening. Designed to contain spills, leaks, and / or sprinkler water releases. By sealing off doorways or other openings, liquids are prevented from spreading beyond the immediate room or area.Barriers may also be used on the exterior of doorways to prevent high water from storms or floods from entering critical areas and damaging, expensive equipment or inventory. On-site installation is easily accomplished in new or existing facilities using the step-by-step installation instructions provided. 

DENIOS US prides itself on leading the spill control and secondary containment industry in flood barriers and spill barriers product development. Spill containment or secondary containment systems are conceived to hold a pre-defined volume of liquid in a containment or spill sump sized for the particular volume of product being stored. These products confine a spill in the sump to prevent the spill from spreading. Many situations do not lend themselves to common secondary containment equipment. Processing or warehousing often involve larger volumes or areas than can be practically housed in a hazmat enclosure.

Also, what about damage to facilities from outside floodwaters? What options are there for containing larger spills or floods that threaten vast areas? OSHA and EPA Regulations require that all releases be contained and that the flow of chemicals or sprinkler water is prevented from migrating into drains, sewers or the environment. Such large volume spills can prove to be catastrophic in scope and expenses involving reclamation, repair, and monetary fines.