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Courtesy Justine Cooper

Courtesy Justine Cooper

Storage cases can be considered containers. These come in a variety of sizes and shapes, and have been historically made from wood, wood composites and metals. Older units made from wood products are sometimes modified to prevent damage from volatile organic compounds. Current recommendations are that newer units should include effective, gaskets and light-colored finishes with an inert emission-free powder coating of adequate hardness.


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