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DENSORB Absorbent

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Need help choosing the right DENSORB binder? Use our practical productfinder to find the right binder for your needs or simply call your competent specialist consultant at DENIOS. We are happy to help.

Practical guide to absorbents


Would you like to learn more about the use of binders? Need help choosing the right product? Or you would like to know how you should behave properly in the leakage situation?

Our absorbents guide provides you with all important information! Learn everything you need to know about the use of binders - from practical tips for daily use to measures for the leakage. The DENIOS Tip: Take a look at our free webinar on the "Leakage Emergency Plan in 10 Steps"!

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What are absorbents?

Binders absorb spilled liquids, bind them in their structure and thus facilitate their disposal. Classical applications are in the manufacturing industry or in the fire service and disaster control operations. Whenever oils, chemicals or other hazardous substances enter the environment, binders should be close to hand. With DENENS, DENIOS has put together a broad range of binders that meet all these applications.


What kind of absorbents are available from DENIOS?

DENSORB absorbents are available in the versions oil, universal and special. DENSORB oil is used to absorb oils and other liquids based on hydrocarbons. Water is not absorbed, whereby DENSORB OIL is also suitable for application to or in water. Alternatively, granules are available for oil absorption.

DENSORB Universal is suitable for absorbing cooling and solvents, emulsions and other non-aggressive, liquid chemicals. DENSORB specializes in the absorption of acids and alkalis. The binders absorb aggressive chemicals and are particularly advantageous when one is not sure which substance has escaped.

What absorbent products are available?

All DENSORB binders are available in the form of snakes, cushions, mats and on the reel. Snakes are suitable for the containment of liquids, cushions absorb larger amounts and rollers ensure an economical "dosage". DENSORB consists of absorbent special felts, which are coated with a lint-free protective coating. Depending on the design, the material can absorb 16 times more liquid.

How can DENIOS advise me?

The choice of the right absorbent is quite simple despite the wide variety of our range. In addition to our binder guide, the absorbent product finder (see above) supports the selection of the best binder for you. In case of doubt, please contact our technical advisors. For the industry, we have fully equipped emergency sets in the program, which can be used immediately.

Disposing of absorbents

Chemical and oil binders themselves do not pose a risk to safety. However, binders have the properties of the absorbed liquid. Used chemicals and oil binders must be disposed of in accordance with legal requirements. The absorbed liquid is decisive. A binding fleece with oil must therefore be treated according to the regulations of the oil disposal / waste oil disposal.

What should be kept in storage?

Chemical and oil binders should be protected against permanent UV exposure and stored in a dry place. The temperature hardly plays a role during storage, since the melting temperature is 170 ° C. If these criteria are fulfilled, binding material can be stored permanently.


Oil & Chemical Absorbents - DENSORB Spill Kits

DENSORB absorbents are an efficient partner in the fight against spilt liquids, DENSORB only absorbs what it should and is available in three different versions: universal, oil and special.

DENSORB absorbents do not drip, tear or fuzz, no matter how full they are. Whether you use a mat, roll, absorbent sock or drain boom - 100% saturation is possible. Furthermore, DENIOS offers an extensive range of emergency sets in a mobile spill kit, a cabinet, as a weatherproof emergency truck spill kit for on the move. DENSORB absorbents are the ideal binding agent and conventional granules complete our extensive range.