Lehde

Hazardous goods storage with sandwich panels

The precast concrete specialist Lehde has built together with LSD-Gefahrenstofflagertechnik GmbH two peroxide warehouses serving to increase the plant safety at Axalta Coating Systems Germany GmbH. The peroxides handled there are partly highly inflammable and explosive . Axalta is using them for the production of industrial synthetic resins as a basis for the manufacture of varnish.

Excellent fire protection owing to sandwich panels

In order to fit both storage facilities with an optimum fire protection, Lehde built them in the so-called sandwich construction. For this reason, an insulation...

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