What is Intrinsic Safety and Why is it Important to Chemical Storage?
Flammable materials are a necessary part of many industrial and manufacturing processes. While precautions ensure the containment of these materials, there is always some risk of ignition.Read More
Protect High and Low Explosives with Explosive Storage Magazines
Prevent accidents by storing your high and low explosives properly. Utilizing an explosive storage magazine to store ammunition and explosives can prevent detrimental accidents.Read More
What’s the Difference Between a Safety Cabinet and a Chemical Storage Building?
Failing to meet chemical storage regulations can carry large penalties. Learn the differences between chemical storage buildings and safety cabinets to avoid fines.Read More
Don’t Paint Yourself into a Corner, Use Safe Storage Buildings
Paint falls under the coatings industry. It is one of many different types of coatings made and used.Read More
Safely Store Flammable MEK Solvents
As a flammable liquid, Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK) should be stored in fire-rated storage buildings if located within 30 ft of an occupied structure.Read More
Flammable Liquid Flavoring
Even though the food industry is not normally associated with fire risk and flammable substances, the solvents used in liquid flavorings are flammable and are therefore subject to strict regulations regarding usage and storage.Read More
Lithium Battery Storage Considerations
Lithium ion batteries are the most commonly used rechargeable batteries in the world today. The high energy density of Lithium ions enables a compact battery to pack a lot of power.Read More