Chemical storage is a key element to generate excellence in the supply chain.
We offer a comprehensive service in all our logistics operations for hazardous and unclassified chemical products, ranging from receipt of materials, placement in specific areas, storage, order preparation, shipping and transportation nationwide.
Our facilities have 10.000m2 distributed in different areas adapted to the specific requirements of each type of product for the storage of chemical products..
Why store your chemicals with us?
We offer you advantages that other competitors cannot.
Regulations and Rules for the Storage of Chemical Products
Our warehouse complies with all safety conditions of the chemical storage regulations. of facilities for the storage, loading, unloading, and transfer of hazardous chemicals, whether they are substances or mixtures considered as hazardous according to the provisions of the Royal Decree 656/2017 of June 23.The Regulation on the Storage of Chemical Products (for the storage of chemical products) and its Complementary Technical Instructions MIE APQ 0 to 10 are approved.
We follow all the standards for storing chemicals and thus ensure maximum safety. maximum safety.
What types of chemicals should be stored and how?
Chemicals must be stored according to their type and according to their type and the hazards they pose. It is important to follow the chemical storage guidelines, as well as labeling requirements of the different chemical products. Some chemicals should be stored separately, while others should be stored within their chemical family. In addition, it is important to know the storage conditions of highly toxic and reactive chemicals.
When storing chemicals, certain criteria must be taken into account, such as:
What are the risks involved in the storage of chemicals?
Depending on the level of risk, chemical storage tanks can be classified into one of several risk categories. can be classified into one of the following risk categories. These include high, medium y low. For example, a liquid storage tank containing benzene or methanol will have a high risk level if it leaks. If the fluid reservoir leaks and ignites immediately, it could cause a fire. However, if the liquid leaks without ignition, it could spread downstream and cause a poisoning accident.
Chemicals must be stored properly to minimize risks.. Chemicals should be properly labeled and stored in secure, well-ventilated areas. They should also be stored separately to reduce the risk of accidents. When storing chemicals, they should be separated by type, as well as by reactivity. Finally, they should be kept under lock and key and be accessible to a limited number of people.