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Flammable Storage Cabinets

Flammable Storage Cabinets provide a safe method of storing and protecting hazardous liquids from potential fire threats. This means that workers are better protected, especially when used with safety cans to make their transfer, use and disposal easier and safer too.

Made of sturdy 1mm double wall steel construction, they use insulating air space for extra fire resistance. There are also many different features which are all designed to keep the contents safe. And regardless of available space or usage, you should have no problem finding cabinets which are ideal for you.

The doors are self-latching, which makes sure they are always sealed shut. You can also secure the contents of the cabinets with the cylinder lock and keys, and can also be further secured with a padlock too.

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You can also select the self-closing version of any of these Flammable Storage Cabinets. Using a fusible link which melts when exposed to 74 degrees Celsius, the doors will automatically shut tight under fire conditions. So even when the doors are opened, the flammable content is protected.

The shelves, made from galvanised steel, are also equipped to handle any spills. Like the entirety of the cabinet, they are powder coated to avoid any chemical reactions. Plus, they slope slightly to the back of the cabinet, where spills are then directed into a leak-proof sump located at the bottom of the cabinet. And for the cabinets which come with shelves, they are also versatile enough to allow you to securely fit shelves where you need them.

To further reduce fire risks, the cabinets also have a built-in grounding connector and have strategically placed dual vents with flame arresters. Together, they ensure the environment which the flammable liquids are stored in, is suitable.

It’s important to note that Flammable Storage Cabinets are intended to only store one class of hazardous liquid, and highly visible reflective labels make this apparent. Best advice is to not mix different classes of hazardous liquids, and these are only for the storage of flammable liquids. If you’re looking for storage solutions for other types of chemical, we’re happy to help.