SALES AND SERVICE DOCUMENTATION
Building a custom unit to store hazardous materials requires attention to detail at each step of the manufacturing process. We are here to assist you with knowledgeable staff, resources, and transparency to ensure your building is specific to your needs and remains compliant.
Whether you are new to chemical storage, or know exactly what you’re looking for, the information below will guide you in the right direction. There are a number of variables to evaluate for designing the proper storage building for your site needs. Understanding your role in site preparation for building delivery and installation, gaining approvals from local and Federal government entities, shipping, inspections, and safe offloading procedures are just a few of the considerations you need information and answers to - we have the answers. Please review the information below to learn more about the documents associated with your site. Contact us online or call us at 800-233-1480 to speak to a sales engineer for your specific building project today.
US Chemical Storage provides documentation on any question that may be asked along the buying process. Please review the materials below to learn about any our standard procedures including warranty, maintenance, terms and conditions and more.
Purchaser is responsible for the following:
- Building Permit
- Any off-loading of equipment.
- Crane off loading (spreader bars will be necessary) or forklift off-loading.
- Foundation design, concrete pad and site location for your U.S. Chemical Storage freestanding building(s), loading ramps, electrical transformer (if required) for a complete installation.
- Removal of any packing material and tapes. (e.g. closed and taped fire dampers, shrink wrap, etc.)
- Loading the dry chemical fire suppression system activation cartridge (if provided).
- The installation of the 10’ long 5/8” diameter static electricity grounding rod and attachment of supplied conductor (wire) from rod to the building grounding lug which is located on the side wall bottom corner of the building.
- Electrical power connections, including but not limited to, electrical wiring, conduit, supports, knock down transformer with local disconnect switch. Building distribution panel is rated 120/140 VAC single phase for either 70 or 100-amp service.
- Remote wiring such as required for plant interfacing.
- Field touch-up painting.
- Final site inspection, if required, by local authorities.
- Periodic maintenance.