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Flammable liquid cabinet CS-304
with shelf1-door

flammable liquid cabinet
flammable liquid cabinet
flammable liquid cabinet
flammable liquid cabinet
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for flammable liquids
with shelf
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Flammable and Combustible Liquid Storage • The storage of flammable and combustible liquids in a laboratory, shop or building area must be kept to the minimum needed for research and operations. • When large quantities of flammable liquids are present in a laboratory, they must be stored in a flammable liquids storage cabinet. • Flammable-liquids storage cabinets are not intended for the storage of highly toxic materials, acids, bases, compressed gases or pyrolytic chemicals. Chemstore Flammable Liquid Storage Cabinets • The Chemstore Flammable Liquid Storage Cabinets are designed for the safety storage of flammable liquid containers. These highly visible and durable yellow powder-coated cabinets features a red “Flammable – Keep Fire Away” warning on the front doors. • These storage cabinet are constructed of double-walled, 18-gauge steel with 1 1/2″ inch (3.8 cm) insulating air barrier. • Features include piano hinges, three-point lock with handle, dual vents with flash arrestors, 2-inch (5 cm) raised, leakproof door sill to contain spills and four levelling legs. • Four brackets support each adjustable shelf. Safety Practices for Flammable Liquid Storage Cabinet • Do not store paper or cardboard or other combustible packaging material in a flammable liquid storage cabinet. • Store only compatible materials inside a cabinet. • No more than 60 gallons (227 litres) of Class 1 flammable liquids (flash point below 100°F) or Class II combustible liquids (flash point between 100°F to 140°F) may be stored in a flammable liquid storage cabinet.
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