During significant spills or sudden sprinkler discharges, confining the spill to a single room or specific area can help minimize the expenses of cleanup and facility impairment. DENIOS US Pop-Up Spill Barriers offer the necessary safeguard to contain substantial spills. When liquid flow is detected, these barriers promptly seal off doorways or openings within the impacted space.
The passive Pop-Up Spill Barrier operates by intercepting liquid flow, which is channeled into the sump housing the barrier wall. As the liquid volume rises, it displaces the barrier from its initial horizontal stance. Subsequently, integrated mechanisms activate, causing the barrier to transition to its fully locked and upright configuration. This action effectively contains and restrains the advancing liquid.
Additionally, the characteristics of the Pop-Up Flood Barrier encompass:
Constructed from stainless steel through solid welding - Remarkable chemical resistance
Self-contained single-unit system design
Completely automatic functionality, devoid of any need for external power sources
Effortless installation within current doorways; stored horizontally in the floor, facilitating unimpeded movement of vehicles and personnel until a spill event transpires
In its flat position, the Barrier can bear axle weights of up to 6.5 tons
Engineered to fit doorways spanning 3 to 16 feet, with barrier heights ranging from 12 to 24 inches (note: 16‘ x 24“ size is unavailable)
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In enterprises dealing with chemical storage, the constant risk of leaks and spills poses a significant threat. The installation of a Pop-Up Spill Barrier offers a viable solution. This barrier can segregate incompatible substances within a sizable single facility or effectively confine potential spills and sprinkler discharges at every access point around the facility's perimeter.
Floods have the potential to cause harm to warehouses, equipment, and stored items. Interestingly, over 80% of flood-related losses stem from floodwaters under 15 inches high. An FM-Approved Pop-Up Flood Barrier can be strategically placed on exterior doors to address this. This measure effectively shields the lower-level access points of a building or accommodates alterations in the facility's design and usage.
What advantages does it offer:
-Requires no electricity or human intervention
-Maintains a flat doorway opening without obstructions
-Occupies no space as everything is set inground and flush with the floor