GALFDan Poly Cabinets allow you to store aggressive substances in laboratories, schools, institutes, and universities. Small Poly Cabinets can be used for the storage of oils, acids, and alkalis and have high chemical resistance because they are manufactured entirely from environmentally friendly polyethylene.
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* Designed to meet OSHA and NFPA 30 standards, flammable cabinet is 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, Solid-K™ handle comes with a cylinder lock and key set or accepts an optional padlock.
* Ref-L™ reflective warning labels are highly visible under fire conditions or during power outages when illuminated with a flashlight.
* Galvanized steel shelves direct spills to back and bottom of a leakproof sump. They adjust on 2.36-in (60-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.
Safely store up to two 4-liter bottles of acids or bases in this durable, compact cabinet. Never worry about corrosion—completely metal free polyethylene design offers excellent chemical resistance against spills or damaging vapors. Includes two polyethylene spill trays, use one for inside the cabinet to contain leaks and remove for easy cleaning. Store the extra tray under the cabinet, and remove for use as a handy work top. Hinge door from either side for best worktop utilization—accepts a padlock (not included) for security. Three application-specific labels identify contents to safety store and segregate incompatible chemicals—ACID, BASE, and CORROSIVE.
Research environments using many different types of chemicals have special storage requirements. Whether using acids, bases or solvents, it is critical that incompatible liquids are segregated to avoid disastrous explosions or fire. The SDS (Safety Data Sheet) should be reviewed to determine chemical characteristics and recommended storage practices.