4 Hazmat Storage Steps You Need To Know
Check out our list of 4 Hazmat Storage Steps you need to know in order to safely store your hazardous materials.
Flammables or Combustibles in general need to be stored in a 2-4 hour fire rated locker
Hazmat substances can be stored in a non fire rated locker
All American Hazmat Lockers have PyroChem dry fire suppression systems with a 6 inch sump as a secondary containment built into the floors
Please keep in mind that some Chemicals and/ or materials should not be stored together
How much do you need to store and how is it packaged?
Standard elevated flooring has a 500 lb. psf load rating,
Optional shelving for spaced stacking
Where will it be?
In General, the location of where the building will store hazardous materials on the property is an important factor in deciding which type of storage building to use. Common distances from any other structure on site include 0 to 10 feet (4 hour fire) and more than 30 feet (non-combustible storage buildings
See local and state codes
What is your time frame?
Need it quick? Need 10 now and only 2 later? Need it short term or long term we can help you be efficient with your projects.
To view our hazardous materials container solutions please click here. To view our hazardous materials transportation solutions please click here. To view our available hazardous material locker accessories, please click here. If you’d like to learn more about OSHA Publication 2236 please click here.
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