Manually operated hinged doors or folding doors are common closure solutions in a hazardous materials cabinet. A semi-automatic opening via "OneTouch" is possible.
Chemical shelving is designed for storing small containers. Shelving is recessed for collecting drips and spills.
Manufacturing companies not only have increased safety requirements in their daily work but also with hazardous substances.
DENIOS offer a wide range of safety cabinets for a variety of stored media. Our portofilio of chemical storage includes but is not limited to an acid storage cabinet, a paint storage cabinet, a flammable storage cabinet and a dispensing cabinet.
All DENIOS hazardous materials cabinets have one thing in common: long-term investment security for the customer through the processing of high-quality materials, proven concepts and tested quality. Each cabinet has a proven standard equipment. Additional shelves, drip trays, pull-out shelves, fully automatic folding doors and automatic door locking systems are optionally configurable depending on the model or available as an accessory from us in the shop.
Ideal for use in laboratories, stores, warehouses and anywhere where hazardous materials need to be stored safely and securely, a DENIOS safety cabinet provides the highest level of security whilst enabling effective work processes.
Our chemical storage cabinets are manufactured from the highest quality materials and the variety of equipment and options available with our safety cabinets, such as height adjustable shelves, pull out shelves and lockable hinged doors, ensures a solution is available to meet every requirement.
When storing flammable liquids a DENIOS flammable storage cabinet is the ideal solution. Available in a variety of widths and sizes with versatile features which include height-adjustable shelves, slide out spill trays and an integrated exhaust air system, our flammable storage cabinets can be tailored to meet individual requirements.
Basically, hazardous materials cabinets are always the right choice when it comes to the safe placement of flammable media. Paint cans, release agents, oils or cleaners must be readily available, but must be stored under strict conditions. A fire-resistant hazardous materials cabinet offers optimal conditions for this. Depending on the space available at the place of use, the customer's decision is usually between a classic cabinet that can be placed directly on the workbench or the work table, a base cabinet or a hazardous material box that is attached directly to the wall. Basically, we at DENIOS offer the following cabinet types:
Manually operated hinged doors or folding doors are common closure solutions in a hazardous materials cabinet. A semi-automatic opening via "OneTouch" is possible. Here a free hand is enough to open or close the cupboard. In order to always have the content in view, models with glass doors are also available. The latest innovation in hazardous fire cabinets with fire protection: Cabinets with vertical extension are real space savers and fit any workplace. For most customers, one of the most important decisions will be how much fire safety is necessary. This is where the DENIOS consultants help. By means of differently available colors, DENIOS hazardous waste cabinets can also be optically adapted to their environment of use.
What is the difference between a chemical cabinet and a hazardous materials cabinet? A chemical cabinet is specially designed for the storage of water polluting, harmful or toxic hazardous substances. As a rule, these are made of stable sheet steel construction. Inside the cabinet, flexible divider concepts ensure optimum space utilization. Tray pull-outs enable convenient and safe removal, and plastic drip trays ensure that dripping quantities and leaks are easily absorbed. Individual coloring and viewing windows help to systematize and quickly find the right chemical. If even small quantities of flammable media have to be accommodated, types with a safety box are also available.
Metals are prone to corrosion, that is, the gradual decomposition by oxidizing the material. Acids and alkalis accelerate this process. Cabinets for storing these media are made of highly resistant materials, such as polyethylene or melamine resin coated sheet steel. Thus, water-polluting, non-flammable liquids, toxins, acids and alkalis can be stored in workrooms in accordance with the law and maximum safety. This product group includes:
In order to provide the customer with the greatest possible flexibility in interior design, the shelves can also be adjusted in height for the acid and alkali cabinets. An important factor in the safety of employees is ventilation. Depending on the type, acid and alkali cabinets, like the DENIOS hazardous goods cabinets, have exhaust air outlets and can be equipped with an optional venting unit. Inside, integrated drip pans ensure safety during use. Also in terms of customer-friendly dimensioning, the DENIOS product range offers everything from the space-saving hanging cabinet to the large pull-out cabinet with 12 drawers.