Hazardous chemical storage is an incredibly heavily regulated industry,incorporating the laws and regulations of many government agencies and corporate entities. In order for a building to be legally labelled as “Hazmat Certified,” there are many criteria that must be met.
Securall Hazmat Buildings are designed for outdoor storage with 55 gallon drum encasement containing flammable or combustible liquids. The outer wall of the unit is manufactured with welded 16 or 12 gauge steel. Inner walls are constructed of 20 gauge steel. The buildings come standard with a commercial grade lockset handle, and 3” airspace through the unit.
Securall Fire-Rated Storage Buildings carry the Factory Mutual System Approval label. Factory Mutual Global offers world wide industrial and commercial production certification and testing services via FM Approvals. In order to receive FM Approval, a building must be examined and analyzed to be certain building construction is performed to evaluate:
the suitability of the building;
proper operation and performance of the building as specified by the manufacturer and requirements of FM Approvals; and, as far as practical,
durability and reliability of the building itself.
In addition to being compliant with the previous codes and regulations, Securall also meets Intermediate Bulk Container (IBC) requirements for closed shipping vessels with a liquid capacity from 450 L to 3,000 L (119-793 gallons).
The Agribusiness industry is faced with its own set of strict regulations and guidelines with it comes to the storage and containment of chemicals that are unique to its needs. Securall offers a line of safety storage buildings especially designed for use in the agriculture industry. These buildings are specially designed to comply with safety regulations when using pesticides, herbicides, and other turf chemicals. Golf courses and nurseries are also prime candidates for these particular types of containment units.
In the United States we have a long history of quality ammunition for military and recreational use. These explosives come in a variety of calibers, brands and sizes and are made by several reputable manufacturers here in the USA. Below is our full list of companies whose explosives are typically stored in Type 2, Type 3 or Type 4 storage magazines to ensure safety and ATF approved compliance.
American aerospace, defense, and sporting goods. Manufacturer of ammunition for sport shooting, law enforcement, military, and security outfits. Ammunition sales division is solely regaled to the Vista Outdoor division.
Also known as Cascade Cartridge Inc., this company is known for the manufacture of rimfire ammunition, centerfire handgun ammunition, and primers for reloaders and industrial power loads. Producer of the 1st Mini-Mag rimfire ammunition in 1963. Developed the Stinger, a hyper velocity .22 long rifle product.
Subsidiary of Alliant Techsystems. Manufacturer of shotshell, centerfire, and rimfire ammunition. Federal Premium Ammunition’s were used to help the United States to take the gold and silver in sharp shooting in the 1992 Summer Olympics. Extremely popular with law enforcement.
Major distributor of smokeless powder for ammunition industry, as well as those who load their own ammunition by hand. in 2009, Hodgdon Powder Company acquired GEOX Powder, Inc., the only manufacturer of black powder in the USA. Also the manufacturer of Triple Seven, which is a modern substitute for black powder meant for muzzle loaders and antique firearms.
Manufacturer of target shooting ammunition, hunting rounds, and high quality self defense loads. In 1990 the Hornady XTP (Extreme Terminal Performance) won the industry’s Product Award of Merit from the National Association of Federally Licensed Dealers.
Produces 1.4 billion rounds of ammunition per year. This government owned company is responsible for ammunition and weapons testing as the officially designated National and Regional Testing Center for NATO. Largest producer of small arms ammunition for the United States Armed Forces.