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Containing the danger

17 February 2009

Denios has launched a range of containers for hazardous or temperature controlled substances, highlighted by three selections; the F90 – Steel Storage Container; the Fire Protection Container BMC-X; and the WB Temperature Controlled Cabinets.

Containing the danger
Containing the danger

Both the F90 and the BMC-X designs include sensible inner space, robust structure, galvanised sump grids, easy access, self closing doors, minimal weight and German DIBt building authority approval. Options available for both ranges cover door restraints, variable shelving, heating or air conditioning, silicone free construction and PE or stainless steel sumps as appropriate.

Particular features to the two choices are explosion protection,a fire reporting system or optical/sonic distress signal and lifting lugs for the F90 – whilst the BMC-X model is equipped for DSEAR and PPG 26 compliance and can be enhanced by 30 or 90 minute doors with anti-panic locking, a power extractor with manual control valve, and access ramp and earthing facility.

The solid steel construction is augmented by 100mm insulation as well as 100mm ground clearance and a lockable wing door. Interior ventilation and heat aggregate are contained within a separate frame. Thoughtful options embrace all major forms of heating; a choice of one or two storage platforms; safety temperature control and ventilation; explosion proof versions; and integrated sump and rollers.

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