Countertop and Compact cabinets let you customize your work areas and make the most of available space. Whether adding to existing storage space or making chemicals readily available at workstation locations, these smaller-sized cabinets are the solution when space is at a premium. Justrite Hazardous Material Safety Cabinets have the same quality safety features as the cabinets for flammables. All models come with double-wall construction, dual vents, grounding wire connections, adjustable shelves, leakproof sills, three-point self-latching doors and leveling feet. Self-close door(s) shuts and latches automatically when a fusible link melts at 165Ã‚Â°F (74Ã‚ÂºC) under fire conditions. Unique, concealed self-closing mechanism offers obstruction-free access to contents. Additionally, they include polyethylene trays that sit on top of galvanized steel shelves and a separate polyethylene liner for the bottom sump to resist aggressive chemicals. Easily remove the liner for quick cleaning of drips and leaks. An all epoxy baked-on powder-coat finish, inside and out, provides increased chemical resistance. Exclusive to Justrite, each cabinet comes with a "Hazardous - Keep Fire Away" label, as well as a pack of ten application-specific labels to choose from and apply to the cabinet in order to indicate its contents. Cabinets comply with NFPA 1, NFPA 400 Hazardous Material Code, and the International Fire Code. Cabinets are FM approved and come with a ten-year warrant. Frequently Asked Questions What types of chemicals should be stored in hazardous material storage cabinets? These cabinets are intended to store corrosive solids and liquids, flammable solids, organic peroxide formulations, oxidizer solids and liquids, pyrophoric solids and liquids, toxic or highly toxic solids and liquids, unstable (reactive) solids or liquids, and water-reactive solids or liquids. Always ensure that incompatible materials are stored in separate cabinets, and consult your local code authority for any other items in question. What types of chemicals SHOULD NOT be stored in hazardous material storage cabinets? Do not use hazardous material cabinets to store pressurized gas cylinders, cryogenic fluids, or flammable and combustible liquids. For more information on these restricted hazardous material categories, please see NFPA 55 Compressed Gases and Cryogenic Fluids Code, and NFPA 30 Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code. Please consult your local code authority for any other items in question.
|Material Specifications:||18 Ga CR Steel|
|NFPA Code 30 Compliance:||Yes|
|Number of Shelves:||1|
|Dimensions, Exterior Depth:||18 Inches|
|Dimensions, Exterior Width:||23 1/4 Inches|
|Dimensions, Exterior Height:||3 Inches|
|Net Weight:||101 Pounds|
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