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Temperature Controlled Flammable Material Storage

Temperature Controlled Flammable Material Storage

Temperature Controlled Flammable Material Storage

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I am working on a design for a storage pad with an overhead pavilion to keep drums of flammable material away from process areas and out of direct sunlight. I have some flammable materials with low flashpoints that also freeze easily. Although storing these materials on the new pad is ideal in the summer - they will definitely freeze during the winter. I'm looking for a solution for storing flammable materials that freeze easily. I was thinking of trying to find a temperature regulated "cabinet" to keep on the storage pad for these materials but a quick google search did not provide any suppliers and we would then be introducing heat to flammable materials. Thoughts are appreciated.

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