Compact Safety Cabinets fit almost anywhere and provide protection even where space is at a premium. These cabinets are ideal when storing lesser quantities of flammable liquids at a workstation or adding to existing storage capacities. Only 23-1/4 in. (591-mm) wide, they hold a full 12- or 15-gallons (45- or 57-L) of flammables and have all the great features and benefits of our classic cabinets as outlined below. Protect workers, reduce fire risks, and improve productivity by storing flammable fuels and chemicals in code-compliant safety cabinets. Designed to meet OSHA and NFPA standards, Sure-GripÃ‚Â® EX cabinets are constructed of sturdy 18-gauge (1-mm) thick double-wall, welded steel with 1-1/2 in. (38-mm) of insulating air space for fire resistance. High-performance, self-latching doors close easily and securely for maximum protection under fire conditions. Fail-safe closing mechanism ensures three-point stainless steel bullet latching system works every time. For added security, U-LocÃ¢â€žÂ¢ handle comes with a cylinder lock and key set or accepts an optional padlock. Haz-AlertÃ¢â€žÂ¢ reflective warning labels are highly visible under fire conditions or during power outages when illuminated with a flashlight. Patented SpillSlopeÃ‚Â® galvanized steel shelves direct spills to back and bottom of a leakproof sump. They adjust on 3 in. (76-mm) centers for versatile storage. Cabinets also feature a leakproof 2 in. (51-mm) bottom sump, dual vents with flame arresters, four adjustable self-leveling feet, grounding connector and trilingual warning label. Durable lead-free epoxy/polyester powder-coat finish provides excellent chemical resistance. Self-closing models also meet NFPA1 and the International Fire Code. They shut and latch 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. All cabinets are FM approved and come with a ten-year warranty. Frequently Asked Questions Does my safety cabinet need to be grounded? It is necessary to ground a safety cabinet if you are dispensing liquids from container(s) inside the cabinet, and the potential of an ignitable vapor is possible. This is not to preclude one from grounding all cabinets as a best practice. Please see our TechTALK on Safety Cabinet Grounding for further information. Will my modification void the FM Approval and Justrite warranty to a safety cabinet or safety can? Modifications to any FM Approved products void the approval of that product and the Justrite warranty. The modification falls outside the evaluation for the approval and FM's quality assurance program. Modifications can make a safety product unsafe.
|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:||35 Inches|
|Net Weight:||100 Pounds|
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