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Laboratory Spill Trays

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DENIOS Ireland laboratory spill trays catch drips when working with small canisters and contribute to the safety of employees. All models are made of stainless steel or PP. This makes them suitable for environmentally hazardous and aggressive substances. A wide selection of collection volumes is available, from 0.5 litres to over 43 litres.

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Laboratory spill trays from DENIOS Ireland

Tareas of use of stainless steel laboratory spill trays

Things often go wrong when working with small containers, especially when transferring, filling or dosing. In laboratory environments, you therefore work with fall protection solutions that are specially tailored to these workplaces and the daily tasks of the employees. In addition to the safety function as a spill tray, laboratory and spill trays can also serve as experimentation or presentation trays for medical products or food.

Which variants of laboratory spill trays does DENIOS Ireland offer?

  • Plastic or stainless steel

  • Laboratory dishes

  • Small spill trays

  • Protective and laboratory tubs

  • Variants with a handle

  • From 0.5 to 43 liters collection volume

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