The motorcycle manufacturer KTM from Austria had to supply compressed gas packs for the production. DENIOS developed a solution which not only corresponded to the warehouse requirements of the customer. The hazardous material storage also fulfills the stringent requirements of the Austrian Water Law.
DENIOS UK supports the construction project of COVID-19 laboratories in Gateshead Tyne & Wear. Robertson Construction Ltd commissioned DENIOS to supply a WFP 90 minute fire rated unit as part of its £20M Integrated Covid Hub North East (ICHNE) in Gateshead Tyne & Wear, for Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals Foundation Trust. The WFP store was the chosen solution due the volume of Ethanol being stored on the shelving throughout the cabinet. Read the case study >>
DENIOS was commissioned to build a storage room for lithium traction batteries and lithium battery cells for electrical and electronic development in the automotive sector. The system is installed outdoors and offers general technical approval, 90 minutes fire protection from inside and outside, and customer-specific equipment. In order to accommodate the large drive batteries weighing up to 700 kg and the small battery cells in a practicable way in one room system, the room is divided into two sections: one accessible and one that can be loaded with a forklift truck. Read the case study >>
In the production and maintenance of rail vehicles, flammable liquids are also used. For safe storage of containers up to a size of 450 liters, Stadler AG and DENIOS created a bearing section in the heart of the spacious factory building.
If working with paints and varnishes in production areas, employees have to be protected accordingly. For Industrial Turbomachinery in Sweden, Siemens needed a safe room solution for the storage and mixing of paints. In order to optimize logistical processes, the spatial proximity to other buildings should be guaranteed.
For H & R, DENIOS produced a storage solution, in which production samples are reserved for customers. Because the storage can last from six months to ten years, the value was placed on an installation which complied with all legal safety requirements. The DENIOS solution provided security in all matters.
Ecolab in Germany needed equipment for the set-up and above all safe storage of various hazardous substances and chemicals in existing storage rooms. DENIOS room lining systems and hazardous goods racks provided the optimum equipment for the customer.
As a leading chemical company, BASF already has extensive experience in handling hazardous substances. In order to further enhance the safety on the site, a turnkey container system was developed together with DENIOS, which meets all requirements for modern fire protection and fire detection technology.
Other providers often consult their customers according to German standards. DENIOS Hazardous Substances are based on the local legislation of the country in which they are used. This is the case with Heinz Hänggo GmbH in Switzerland. The result was a large warehouse that was tailored to the requirements of the EKAS and VKF guidelines.
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.
Floor elements from DENIOS create legal storage possibilities in existing rooms. This is the case with ThyssenKrupp in Dortmund. Strip steel rolls are produced in the factory and are coated with an oil film for corrosion protection. The floor elements prevent the contamination of the gangways and the penetration of the oil into the ground.
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.
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.
Dold AG from Switzerland produces lacquers and paints. To store the raw materials, a large warehouse was needed and DENIOS commissioned the implementation. The realization took place including all accompanying construction measures as turnkey plant.
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.
For its business unit imprinting foil products a company required additional storage capacities for solvent-based paints . The new designed storage space had to be easily accessible in orer not to disturb production processes. It also had to be mobile and had to offer variable use of interior space. Furthermore, all legislations and regulations regarding flammable liquids had to be complied with.