When storing chemicals, it’s important to use the safest and most dependable chemical storage buildings available. U.S. Chemical Storage offers many different chemical storage application options for lockers, buildings, and accessories to fit your needs.
A Building for Every Chemical Storage Application
Available in fire-rated or non-fire-rated construction, each of our wide variety of chemical storage units and optional accessories are 100% customizable for your chemical storage applications and can be constructed to meet NFPA, FM, or Warnock Hersey standards and applicable codes. Ensure your team is fully educated and prepared to safely store your chemicals in a variety of situations when you partner with our team and find value-engineered chemical storage solutions.
U.S. Chemical Storage provides solutions for these popular applications, and many more:
A hazardous material (hazmat) substance can cause harm to living things or the environment. Hazmat exists in liquid, solid, or gas form and can be anything from paint to acids. All customizable hazardous material storage buildings meet EPA, OSHA, NFPA, and more. Both fire-rated and non-fire rated buildings are available.
Though safely mixing and dispensing hazardous chemicals is a daily necessity for many manufacturers, the process releases hazardous fumes into the atmosphere. Separate hazardous processes from the normal working environment by using pre-engineered mixing and dispensing buildings as process isolation rooms.
Li-ion batteries contain lithium metal, which is highly combustible. Poor battery design, electrical shorting, overcharging, rapid discharge, or increased storage temperatures can cause li-ion batteries to overheat and ignite, posing a fire hazard. Several standard models are available, including fire-rated single-and double-room buildings with charging stations.
Separate hazardous processes from the normal working environment by using pre-engineered mixing and dispensing buildings as process isolation rooms. Built for your specific application, buildings comply with NFPA, IFC, OSHA, and EPA safety regulations.