Storemasta shines in the harshest environments


Australian manufacturers and processing industries have embraced the recent introduction of the Storemasta Stainless Steel range of dangerous goods storage equipment.

Storemasta Relocatable dangerous goods stores and cabinets are ideal in extreme or corrosion prone environments where quality and reliability is needed.

The Storemasta range is fully constructed in Australia using locally produced materials.

The company has a long history and experience in the dangerous goods storage industry and offers a complete range of products for storing oils, fuels and chemicals.

The Storemasta Stainless Steel range caters for the storage of small bottles and containers through to 1000L intermediate bulk containers (IBC’s).

Correct and safe storage of hydrocarbons and chemicals is imperative to comply with OH&S requirements and to protect the environment.

The Storemasta Stainless Steel range offers ultimate corrosion resistance, quality and reliability – and peace of mind in harsh environments.

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