While today’s gas stations tend to feature convenience stores instead of full-service attendants, fuel terminals, marinas and other petroleum distribution facilities still benefit from function and durable PortaFab preassembled booths.

separated rooms within the guard house

Explosion Proof Electrical Components

One key requirement for fuel terminal booths is that they need to include explosion proof electrical components within the interior of the building to be Class 1, Division 2, Group C&D.

  • Surface mounted electrical
  • Explosion proof junction box with terminal strip hook up installed on outside of unit
solid walls for privacy and security

A Return to the Past

While the days of full-service gas stations have virtually disappeared, there is still hope for those who hate pumping their own petrol. Some states have adopted laws requiring attendants and there may be momentum in others.

Check out this image from the “glory days” of the gas station booth from our photo archives.

decorative booth illustration

Standard Features

All-welded, all-aluminum construction

360-degree visibility with safety glass windows

Integrated climate control systems

Electrical and lighting equipped

Heavy-duty, steel, sliding or swing doors

Multiple roof styles

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