- Dual Certification: UL-142 and CAN/ULC-S601
- Capacity (max.): 26,400 US.Gal. [100,000 L.]
- Width (max.): 10 ft [3m]
- Height (max.): 10 ft [3m]
- 1. Double Wall, vacuum monitored (leak monitoring)
- 2. Contained Assembly / Dyke 110%
- 3. Horizontal
- 4. Vertical
- 1. Manways
- 2. Ladders, catwalks, railing
- 3. Compartments / Multiple liquid types storages
- 4. Colors of your choice
- 5. Skid systems
- 6. Fork lift Pockets
- 7. Roll-off unloading system (skids & hook-up)
Storing of Flammable and Combustible Liquids : Diesel Fuel, Gasoline, Used Oil, Engine oils, Hydraulic Oils, Waste Fuel, Waste Gasoline.
For Canada: What are flammable and combustible liquids?
Flammable and combustible liquids are liquids that can burn. They are classified, or grouped, as either flammable or combustible by their flashpoints. Generally speaking, flammable liquids will ignite (catch on fire) and burn easily at normal working temperatures. Combustible liquids have the ability to burn at temperatures that are usually above working temperatures. There are several specific technical criteria and test methods for identifying flammable and combustible liquids. Under the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS), flammable liquids have a flashpoint below 37.8°C (100°F). Combustible liquids have a flashpoint at or above 37.8°C (100°F) and below 93.3°C (200°F). Flammable and combustible liquids are present in almost every workplace. Fuels and many common products like solvents, thinners, cleaners, adhesives, paints, waxes and polishes may be flammable or combustible liquids. Everyone who works with these liquids must be aware of their hazards and how to work safely with them.
For US: What are flammable and combustible liquids?