New SpillGuard® Leak Recognition System Provides Early Warning of Leaks
(Louisville, KY) DENIOS introduces the SpillGuard® Leak Recognition System which instantly alerts users when a leak is detected. This unique, FM-approved technology is placed within the sump of a spill containment device, or near the equipment to be monitored, and alerts users with an audible and visual alarm for a minimum of 24 hours when contact is made with a liquid. It is easy to use – just switch it on and place it into position. Designed for use with all essential and common liquid hazardous substances, the explosion-proof SpillGuard® features intelligent, robust sensor technology in a highly resistant, electrically conductive housing. The battery lasts up to 5 years and provides an audible signal to alert users of the need to replace it. Ideal for use with temperatures from 32°F (0°C) to 104°F (40°C), with a red LED light to indicate that the unit is operating safely. In stock for immediate shipment, SpillGuard® provides an economical early warning of leaky containers and equipment. It is ideal for use with containers and sumps of all sizes and types, as well as along pipelines, next to heating or cooling systems, beside hydraulic equipment, near industrial washing machines, adjacent to pump stations, or anywhere liquids are used or stored.
DENIOS is the world’s leading manufacturer and supplier of products and services for occupational environmental protection and workplace safety. For nearly four decades they have been supplying legally compliant products, solutions, and custom services for handling hazardous substances. They serve North American customers from a 100,000-square-foot facility in Louisville, Kentucky which houses engineering, manufacturing, customer service, and administrative support. At this location, they manufacture everything from the original spill pallet which launched the Company, to highly engineered, fire-rated chemical storage buildings. For additional information on DENIOS US, visit www.DENIOS-us.com, or via email at [email protected], or call (877) 388-0187.