Medical Oxygen Gas Cabinets

Portable medical gas cylinders should be safely stored in OSHA compliant, lockable oxygen gas cylinder storage cabinets. These cabinets provide access only to authorized personnel protecting cylinders from damage, tampering or theft.

Double-walled, heavy-gauge steel constructed cabinets shield cylinders from heat, sparks and flame, while separating them from other flammable or combustible materials in the work area. Proper storage of medical gas cylinders in medical gas cylinder storage cabinets includes the separation of full, partially-full, and empty cylinders. Securall offers a wide variety of medical gas cylinder storage cabinets that hold 1-2 cylinders all the way up to 21-24 cylinders. Optional adjustable dividers are also available to help with segregating cylinders.

SECURALL MedGas Cabinets provide a convenient and compliant way to physically separate and clearly label your medical oxygen gas cylinders.

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Whether you need a small-capacity, inexpensive medical oxygen gas cabinet for one or two cylinders or a larger model that can accommodate up to 24 cylinders, Herbert Williams has gas cabinet solutions that will work for you. All cabinets are OSHA compliant, and meet or exceed NFPA Standards 99, 101, and 30.

Medical oxygen gas cylinders must be stored according to NFPA Code 99, Code 101, and Code 30 in addition to OSHA regulations. There are specific guidelines for the storage of gas volumes less than 300ft3, between 300 ft3 to 3000 ft3, and over 3000 ft3. Specifics include conditions on distance from ignition sources, temperature exposure, cylinder protection caps, entrance and exit options if stored indoors and ventilation requirements and more. Consult the NFPA 99 Medical Gas Cylinder Storage for full details.

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