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A station for filling and transferring drum contents

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The Flow Line Safety cabinets for the active storage of hazardous substances are in accordance with TRbF 20 Annex L, TRbF 30 and BGR 120. The concept of the filling and transfer stations enables users to link their daily work with modern, economic handling of hazardous substances. The media can be safely transferred from a 200-L drum to fill smaller containers. The system is easy to put into service due to integral plug and preassembled connections for media pipe, power supply (compressed air) and venting. The highest safety level is ensured by extensive testing: the removal and storage unit of the drum station are tested together according to DIN EN 14470-1 by recognized test institutes (TÜV Süd, iBMB Braunschweig); TÜV-tested to DIN EN 14727 (laboratory furniture standard); classification Type 90 in accordance with DIN EN 14470-1; GS-/CE mark. — Düperthal Sicherheitstechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Kleinostheim, Germany

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