Certain projects, sites and budgets make renting a hazmat storage building the smart solution. Some projects, such as industrial renovations, construction sites, demolitions and more, may not require a permanent chemical storage solution. Other storage needs may be seasonal. If you need to temporarily store hazardous materials, have an immediate need for chemical storage, or have space or funding limitations, consider rental hazmat storage buildings from U.S. Chemical Storage. Convenient and affordable, many even use rental buildings as an immediate chemical storage option while waiting for the completion of a permanent storage solution.
Our standard rental hazmat storage buildings feature a 2-hour fire-rated design with components that provide safe storage, mixing and dispensing of flammable chemicals. Short-term and long-term rental contracts are available; minimum rental period is 6 months (with auto-renewal for each month after). All rental buildings are new and have the option of purchase. Limited customizations are also available. Contact us for pricing and specific details.
Browse our current ready-to-ship inventory below. For more information on buildings, accessories, freight cost, and to purchase or rent, contact U.S. Chemical Storage at 800.233.1480.
Common Storage Applications for Rental Hazmat Storage Buildings
Hazmat and hazardous waste
Chemical drums, pallets or totes
Chemical mixing and dispensing
Compressed gas cylinders
Rental Hazmat Storage Buildings for Military or Government Applications
There are many military and government applications for rental buildings. Many times, project funding can take three to five years for approval; but some mission-critical operations require immediate compliance. Rental buildings provide an affordable storage option until a permanent building can be funded and purchased. Whether used for maintenance, disaster relief, or in the short-term when code-compliance is mandated but funding is not yet approved, rental hazmat buildings provide an economical, temporary solution. Common applications include:
U.S. Air Force Maintenance, Repair and Operations
U.S. Navy and Coast Guard Dry Dock Vessel Maintenance
Chemical storage buildings manufactured by U.S. Chemical Storage are designed to get your operation compliant. Contact a sales engineer to learn how we can find the best solution for your compliance needs. To learn more about specific chemical storage applications in your area, contact your local code authority.
2. How will location affect my building type?
Location of the building can be either inside another building or outside to fit your needs. Fire Separation, which is the amount of fire rating required between two occupancies, or the separation distance between those two occupancies, is determined by the occupancy ratings, construction types, and distances between both buildings. To determine the required fire separation, it is best to consult with your local code authority. If your hazmat storage building is located at distances greater than 30 feet you may not be required to have a fire-rated building.
3. Do I need a fire-rated building?
There are two types of buildings to consider: fire-rated and non-fire rated steel buildings. First identify the materials to be stored and then group them by hazard. There are three steps to consider when deciding between a fire-rated and non-fire rated building. You must first determine what is to be stored and the quantity. Then you must decide where in relation to other buildings and property lines is the desired storage is to take place, and finally schedule a consult with the local authority having jurisdiction or local code expert to determine the storage building requirements. Our team at U.S. Chemical Storage has resources to help analyze your storage needs and building requirements but the final approval is made by the local authority having jurisdiction.