The temperature control of substances in drums and IBCs is essential in many industrial applications. In the following article, you will find out in which areas of application DENIOS thermotechnology is used and what differences there are.
The temperature control of substances in drums and IBCs, for example, is necessary,
when temperature-sensitive substances need to be protected from frost during outdoor storage.
when storing substances that need to be kept within a precisely defined temperature range in order to ensure shelf life or prevent chemical reactions.
substances must be heat-treated beforehand or kept at a constant temperature so that they can be transferred to the manufacturing process. This is often the case in the chemical, pharmaceutical and food industries.
Temperature requirements for drums and IBCs can be flexibly solved with thermotechnology from DENIOS UK. Various technical room systems are available, which are designed according to requirements and supplied ready for connection.
If you are still looking for the right solution for your application, please use our selection guide for thermotechnology. It will help you find the right product based on your temperature requirements and specific specifications.
There are different, generally ready-to-connect solutions on the market for different temperature ranges. DENIOS covers temperature ranges between >5°C and 150°C with insulated storage containers, cooling chambers and heating chambers as standard. Visually, the solutions hardly differ. We will therefore show you the differences below.
Insulated storage containers
For target temperatures from >5°C to 35°C
50-60 mm insulation as standard
Approved for water hazard classes 1-3
With/without certified fire protection as required (e.g. F 90/REI 90/REI 120)
Although standardised room modules can be used for common temperature requirements, which no longer need to be configured individually for each customer, each module is still assembled by hand and subjected to a detailed quality check. Personalised advice is always recommended and can protect against errors in the planning process and costly mistakes. In the event of particular challenges, on-site consultation can be useful and the DENIOS project department can be called in. DENIOS attaches great importance to customer proximity and is now represented in over 20 countries.
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