When storing chemicals, it’s important to use the safest and most dependable chemical storage buildings there are. U.S. Chemical Storage offers many different options of lockers, buildings, and accessories to fit your needs. Each of our wide variety of chemical storage units and optional accessories are 100% customizable and meet NFPA regulations in addition to being tested by FM or Warnock Hersey. Our experienced engineers work with you throughout the process, from design to delivery and help ensure the safety and integrity of our products while working to minimize costs to you.
Lockers, Buildings, and Accessories
While there are many types of chemicals that can be housed within our storage buildings and lockers, building types are generally broken down into two categories: fire-rated and non-fire-rated (also known as non-combustible). At U.S. Chemical Storage we offer both. These buildings are designed to safely segregate hazardous materials in a safe, secure area and each building contains a secondary containment solution in the event of spills.
Types of Chemical Storage
Fire Rated Storage
Use fire-rated hazmat storage buildings to safely manage risks when storing flammable and hazardous chemicals. Available in FireLoc™ 2-hour fire rated and SuperLoc™ 4-hour fire rated models. VIEW
Non-Fire Rated Storage
What sets U.S Chemical Storage apart from our competitors is the 100% customizability of our buildings. All non-fire rated buildings are professionally manufactured and welded by hand with one goal in mind: durability. Available in three general-purpose categories: ChemLoc™, TurfLoc™, and DrumLoc™. VIEW
Compliance & Approvals
At U.S. Chemical Storage we strive to give you the best solution for your operations. This building and its accompanying accessories can be engineered to meet the following approvals and certifications based upon your unique set of needs.
Chemical Storage Buildings
FireLoc™ Flammable Liquid Storage Building
2-hour flammable liquid storage buildings that ensure compliance with all applicable codes. Constructed from high quality steel. VIEW
SuperLoc™ Flammable Storage Buildings
4-hour flammable storage buildings ensure compliance while improving efficiency and allow for flammable storage located within 10 feet from and even inside your facility. VIEW
ChemLoc™ Chemical Storage Buildings
For unparalleled protection, use non fire-rated hazardous chemical storage buildings for storing flammable or combustible chemicals at least 30 feet from other buildings. These chemical storage units have countless applications and accessories that can be custom engineered to fit your specific needs. VIEW
DrumLoc™ Chemical Drum Storage Buildings
DrumLoc™ is a safe and secure non fire-rated storage building and provides ideal protection for large quantities of hazardous chemicals. Each chemical drum storage building can be outfitted to hold from two to 56 drums and will accept a variety of accessories to make operations flow safely and smoothly. VIEW
TurfLoc™ Agri-Chemical Storage Buildings
TurfLoc™ is the ideal non-fire rated chemical storage building for turf maintenance and agricultural professionals. Designed for herbicide, fungicide, and pesticide storage, the flexible design of TurfLoc also makes it suitable for fertilizer and other agrichemicals. VIEW
1. What is chemical storage?
It is storage designed and manufactured specifically for housing chemicals, hazardous materials (also known as ‘hazmat’) and hazardous waste. For more information, visit the Environmental Protection Agencies’ website at the following links:
2. Why is there a need for chemical storage buildings?
Chemical storage buildings are designed to store hazmat in safe, segregated and secure areas, and to prevent chemicals from leaking out into the environment in case of a spill. The term secondary containment refers to the sump area in the bottom of the building. The sump is what differentiates the chemical storage building from other storage buildings. The sump is usually a 6-inch deep steel well that is designed to collect liquids through the steel grate flooring.
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.