Say goodbye to the image of the hazardous material cabinet hiding sticky bottles. The Karlstein-based specialist Düperthal supplies cabinet systems that are real brainboxes: Digitally networked and equipped with the finest in sensor technology, they slot effortlessly into a digital logistics chain, making them a further element of the Chemical factory 4.0.
Hazardous materials cabinets? Aren’t they those grey boxes that lurk in the back corner of the chemical laboratory and always look a bit messy? If the term hazardous goods cabinet conjures up this kind of association for you, then you urgently need to visit Düperthal in Karlstein.
Firstly, the Düperthal cabinets are not grey or inconspicuous. They are extremely brightly coloured, making them stand out among the usual white and grey laboratory fittings.
If that’s not enough, speaking to Managing Director Franz-Josef Hagen eliminates any remaining prejudices. Nothing here is dusty and grey.
Ready for The Digital Age
The specialist in safety and hazardous materials cabinets has been operating for 40 years and is getting its business ready for the digital age. While many chemical companies use the last but one model of everything, in Karlstein they are several steps ahead and working on a networked hazardous materials cabinet that integrates seamlessly into a digital logistics chain.
It is clear that solvents, toxic and/or flammable reagents are part of everyday life in the chemical industry, and are consumables that need to be close to the workplace. But more and more people slowly realising that there is huge potential for optimisation in the management and storage of hazardous materials.
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