Denios, Inc. Launches Campaign to Increase Gas Cylinder Storage for Businesses

Denios-US.com offers gas cylinder storage options to safely house hazardous materials in businesses in a myriad of indistries

Louisville, KY - May 11, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —

Hundreds of different materials are currently packaged in compressed gas cylinders including poison gasses, refrigerant gasses, fuel gasses, atmosphere gasses, and other materials. The main hazards connected to the storage of these substances includes oxygen displacement, toxic effects, explosion hazards and potential physical hazards of ruptured cylinders. The requirements for housing compressed gasses safely is outlined by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to ensure businesses with these materials on hand reduce the potential for injuries and damages.

In addition, to reduce the risk associated with Gas Cylinder Storage, DENIOS has launched a campaign encouraging businesses to utilize safe and approved storage methods.

“Our company is a worldwide leader, located in the U.S., of safety products and hazardous material storage buildings,” stated company representative Paul Halloran. “Our team is highly skilled and motivated, always searching for creative innovations and new ideas to help shape the future. We are dedicated to providing superior customer benefits by offering exceptional product quality, prompt delivery and superior customer communication and support.

According to the OSHA Code of Federal Regulations regarding compressed gas, it is necessary for employers to visually inspect the compressed gas cylinders to make sure they remain in “safe condition.” During visual cylinder inspection, workers should look for signs of corrosion, rusting, pitting, heat damage, signs of physical abuse, defective valves, bulging and leaks. If the cylinder is unable to pass the visual inspection they should be repaired and requalified. Businesses can also Buy Gas Cylinder Storage DENIOS to replace damaged cylinders in place.

Halloran continued, “At DENIOS, we pledge to be a confidence inspiring partner, a problem-solving service for all workplace and environmental protection safety applications. Our team is dedicated to ensuring businesses have the tools and information necessary to keep their place of work safe and hazard free, while reducing risk to employees. Businesses that are in need of storage solutions, will be happy to learn that this website sells gas cylinder storage containers.”

In addition to visual inspections, businesses must take further steps to prevent issues, including securing the cylinders to prevent rolling, falling or tipping. Business partners such as DENIOS can help ensure businesses have the tools and information necessary for a safe workplace environment that satisfies the compressed gas regulations in place.

ABOUT DENIOS US

DENIOS US is considered a worldwide leader in the storage and safety of hazardous materials. The team is extremely motivated and skilled that is always searching for new creative innovations and ideas, to make a positive impact and help shape the future. The company also provides a number of customer benefits by offering superior product quality, outstanding customer support, prompt delivery and communication.

Contact Info:
Name: Paul Halloran
Organization: DENIOS, Inc.
Phone: 1-877-388-0187

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