DynaLoc™ Type 2 Indoor Magazine

DynaLoc™ Type 2 Indoor Magazine

DynaLoc™ Type 2 Indoor Magazine

U.S. Chemical Storage engineers durable Type 2 indoor magazine storage for storing high explosives (up to 50 lbs.) inside your facility. The portable steel construction-lined hardwood storage magazines keeps your explosive components or ammunition secure and safe.

Type 2 Indoor Magazine Storage Building Features & Benefits

  • Bullet-resistant
  • Theft-resistant
  • 12-gauge steel construction lined with ¾-inch or ½-inch of hardwood
  • Front-open and top-open styles available
  • Secure double locking door system with ¼-inch steel hood features hinges and hasps welded to door – cannot be removed when the door is closed and locked
  • Interior and exterior surfaces protected with high-performance 2-part epoxy primer and polyurethane topcoat for resistance to chemicals, exterior abrasion, corrosion and UV
  • Durable 4-inch casters allow mobility (on some models)
  • Seven standard models

Explosive Storage Magazine Compliance

All magazines meet and exceed:

  • ATF 27 CFR, Part 555.208
  • DoD 5100

Common Applications

  • Military/law enforcement explosive and ammunition storage
  • Municipal explosive and ammunition storage
  • Contractor explosive and ammunition storage

Features


Exterior Dimensions: L x W x H


Type 2 Indoor Storage Magazine Sizes

Type 2 Indoor Storage Magazine

Dimensions Exterior: 36 x 24 x 36 in (LxWxH)
Dimensions Interior: 34.8 x 22.8 x 34.8 in
Approximate Weight: 340 lbs.

Type 2 Indoor Storage Magazine

Dimensions Exterior: 48 x 24 x 48 in (LxWxH)
Dimensions Interior: 46.8 x 22.8 x 46.8 in
Approximate Weight: 489 lbs.

Type 2 Indoor Storage Magazine

Dimensions Exterior: 60 x 28 x 72 in (LxWxH)
Dimensions Interior: 58.8 x 26.8 x 70.8 in
Approximate Weight: 806 lbs.

Type 2 Indoor Detonator Box or “Cap Box”

Dimensions Exterior: 18 x 18 x 18 in (LxWxH)
Dimensions Interior: 16.8 x 16.8 x 16.8 in
Approximate Weight: 114.65 lbs.

Type 2 Indoor Detonator Box or “Cap Box”

Dimensions Exterior: 24 x 24 x 24 in (LxWxH)
Dimensions Interior: 22.8 x 22.8 x 22.8 in
Approximate Weight: 173 lbs.

Type 2 Indoor Detonator Box or “Cap Box”

Dimensions Exterior: 30 x 24 x 18 in (LxWxH)
Dimensions Interior: 28.8 x 22.8 x 16.8 in
Approximate Weight: 169.85 lbs.

Type 2 Indoor Detonator Box or “Cap Box”

Dimensions Exterior: 30 x 24 x 30 in (LxWxH)
Dimensions Interior: 28.8 x 22.8 x 28.8 in
Approximate Weight: 225 lbs.


Other Types of Explosive Magazine Storage

a type 2 outdoor magazine from U.S. Chemical Storage

DynaLoc™ Type 2 Outdoor Magazine

For portable outdoor storage of your high explosives. Many models include forklift pockets for easy relocating. U.S. Chemical Storage engineers durable Type 2 portable outdoor storage for your high explosives. Each explosive storage magazine features ¼-inch steel plate construction lined with 3 inches of non-sparking hardwood and a double locking door system.

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DynaLoc™ Type 3 Day box for Explosives

DynaLoc™ Type 3 Daybox for Explosives

Use Type 3 storage magazines, also known as “day-boxes,” for the transfer and temporary, supervised storage of explosives.

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a type 4 magazine

DynaLoc™ Type 4 Explosive Magazine for Low Explosives

For indoor or outdoor, long-term storage of low explosives. All include forklift pockets and crane lifting rings to easily move or relocate.

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FAQs

1. What are the classes of explosives?

For storage purposes, federal requirements classify explosive materials according to their velocity. There are three classes of explosive materials, per ATF 27 CFR 555.202:

  • High Explosives – explosives which detonate by means of a blasting cap (dynamite, emulsions, flash powders, etc.)
  • Low explosives – explosives which deflagrate when confined (black powder, safety fuses, ignitor cords, “display fireworks,” etc.)
  • Blasting agents – explosives consisting of fuel and oxidizer, intended for blasting and unable to detonated by a No. 8 test blasting cap when unconfined (ammonium nitrate-fuel oil and certain water-gels)

For more information, visit https://www.atf.gov/explosives/explosive-storage-requirements.

2. Do I need a special foundation for my explosive storage?

It is not necessary to place your explosive storage container on a special foundation. However, a foundation such as concrete can help to provide a truly level surface. Be sure to check your local guidelines to determine if any footer is required.

3. Does my explosive storage need to be grounded?

Yes, high and low explosives should have a grounding system according to the NFPA 70 standard. NFPA 70 is the National Electrical Code (NEC) of the United States and covers every facet of the safe installation of electrical wiring and equipment. Grounding protects your building and its contents against electrical strikes and will need to be properly grounded by a licensed electrician.

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