Safety is among the countless reasons end users are seeking closed loop chemical containment and dispensing systems. When working with chemicals, safety is a primary concern since it preserves workplace welfare. End users are using closed loop systems to maximize the value of chemicals while ensuring that employees are safely meeting health standards for cleanliness.
Without a closed loop system, there are many potential hazards that can occur to the user as well as other workers and even patients. Often, the user is pouring chemical directly into a bucket resulting in possible splash issues, with the potential to come into contact with eyes and skin as well as possible inhalation exposure. Businesses are spending unnecessary funds on workers’ compensation expenses and lost-time wages due to chemical-related injuries.
A safe dispensing system must prevent contact of concentrated chemical with users while installing the chemical container, dispensing the product, and removing used containers. A closed loop system enforces complete containment of chemicals at every connection and dispensing point, preventing contact and harm to end users.
A closed loop system has become the preferred method of chemical containment and dispensing for several reasons, but safety is certainly high on the priority list. Chemical manufacturers and those responsible for chemical bottling must respond to the needs of end users and provide the safest and most effective form of chemical handling.