Collect and dispose of hazardous laboratory waste safely
Many laboratories work with hazardous substances. Accordingly, waste with hazardous ingredients is produced, which must be collected and disposed of properly. Our checklist shows you 10 important requirements to be observed when handling hazardous laboratory waste.
Thermotechnology - A concise guide to climate controlled storage
How can thermotechnology help your business?
Find out more about how harnessing thermotechnology-based solutions can work to improve your business operations. Understand which solution best fits your your needs: heated containers, hot boxes, air-conditioned storage, heated jackets or heating bases for drums and IBCs.
IBCs are some of the most widely used containers in industry. Buying, using and maintaining them correctly can have a big impact upon the efficiencies in your business. Our experts answer the 16 most frequently asked questions about IBCs in the new DENIOS guide.
Mobile absorbent emergency kits: Tackle hazardous substance leaks quickly wherever they occur.
DENSORB® offers speed and flexibility when responding to emergency spills. These emergency response kits are designed to quickly and safely mop up and contain spills. They can be taken directly to the spill site and used at individual workstations, around machinery or service vehicles.
The sampler is selected according to the material. First, a distinction is made between disposable and reusable samplers. Disposable samplers are usually used in clean rooms and laboratories. They are sterile and therefore indispensable for germ-free samples, for example in the food industry. Many types of samplers are also available in the sterile version. For the removal of liquids, many products can be used, including the creator, sampler or vacuum sampler. Subsequently, the samples are used to determine mixing ratios, purity and much more.
Samplers for viscous media are often used in the chemical and food industry. With our sampler ViscoSampler, viscous substances can be easily absorbed and emptied back. Products such as bulk materials, granules or powders can be taken up with special solids samplers. These include zone collectors, sack-cutters, samplers and many more.
How can I clean the sampler?
While disposable samplers can be disposed of after use, multiple-use samplers must be thoroughly cleaned after use to avoid falsification of future sampling. Oily media or hazardous substances require thorough cleaning and control. For many of our samplers, there is a suitable cleaning brush for an uncomplicated cleaning.