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Oil & Flammable Liquid Storage

Safely store oil and flammable liquids with an approved chemical storage building. Learn more about safety regulations with US Chemical Storage.

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Expert Tips for Safe Ethanol Storage

Because it is extremely flammable, ethanol or ethyl alcohol must be stored properly to reduce the risk of a fire. Learn why chemical storage buildings are the suitable method for safe ethanol storage.

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The Importance of Spill Containment Sumps in Chemical Storage Buildings

Chemical storage buildings require liquid-tight containment sumps to keep chemical spills from reaching the environment.

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Proper Methods for Hydrogen Peroxide Storage

Hydrogen peroxide is used in many industries. Because of its oxidizing characteristics, always store in flammable chemical storage buildings.

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Safe Chemical Storage Solutions for Acetophenone

Acetophenone is a highly combustible liquid, per NFPA. Protect your workplace by storing in fire-rated chemical storage lockers.

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5 Steps to Choosing a Proper Chemical Storage Building

Choosing a proper chemical storage building that keeps employees safe and is compliant with OSHA, the IBC, and the NFPA can be an easy 5 step process.

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Proper Flammable and Combustible Storage Keeps the Flames Out of Flammables

Fire rated flammable and combustible storage, that keeps your company in compliance and provides protection to employees.

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Learn Flammable Liquid Storage from the Experts

Companies use flammable liquids for a variety of applications. However, many people are not familiar with safe practices for storage and handling.

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100% Customizable – Climate Controlled Tote Lockers

Totes often contain flammable liquids and as such are subject to stringent regulations regarding storage and handling.

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Powdered Metals Storage

Metal powders must be handled with extreme care due to the hazards associated with the product and the risk of contamination. Some metal powders are combustible in standard atmospheric conditions.

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