To increase productivity it is ideal to have small containers such as paints, release agents or spray oils stored directly in the work area, but this can pose higher risks to employees and facilities.
Safety cabinets offer the ideal solution for this requirement offering safe, compliant and flexible storage of hazardous and flammable substances all in a central area.
This edition of "safety @ work" discusses the safety concept of cabinets, how a safety cabinet helps you to save money or what you should consider when choosing the best product.
With the large selection of different safety cabinets available, it is not that easy to find the right product for your own application. Here we advise you on the questions to ask in order to choose the best model for your requirements.
Anyone who chooses a safety cabinet with fire protection from the DENIOS range can be sure that it is tested according to EN 14470-1. But what exactly is in EN 14470-1 and which load tests does a hazardous materials cabinet have to pass? We have summarised it here for you!
For larger quantities of hazardous materials stored in drums or IBCs, a safety cabinet is no longer sufficient. A large warehouse, however, is oversized and expensive. For these cases, we have developed an economic solution that can be used to save small quantities of large containers in a space-saving and safe way: our hazardous substance depots.