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If you have strong acids at your facility, storing the chemicals in a corrosive storage cabinet should be a major part of any safety plan you set up for dealing with corrosives. All unsafe acts or conditions should be corrected to prevent an accident before it occurs.
Procedures should be developed that will be used in emergencies before they happen. What to do in case of a fire, medical emergency, chemical release, or dangerous weather situations (such as tornado watches or warnings) should be included in your plan.
Our corrosive storage safety cabinets come in 8 different sizes and these steel cabinets meet OSHA requirements and NFPA Code 30 regulations.
Here are some features you should consider before purchasing a corrosive storage cabinet. Each corrosive storage cabinet is constructed of 18 gauge steel. All interior and exterior surfaces, including the shelves are finished in epoxy powder coating. This type of finish is superior to epoxy paint or enamel paint surfaces. Powder coating gives you greater protection in the event of a splash or spill. In addition the shelves and cabinet bottom have high density polyethylene trays. Your cabinets will last longer then the cheaper ones. The standard features built into each cabinet are detailed here.
Our steel cabinets are not recommended for sulfuric, nitric or hydrochloric acids. See our poly acid storage cabinets made of high density polyethylene if you use these types of acids at your facility.
All cabinets when ordering below are blue. Standard construction features noted here.
Dimensions and weights for each cabinet are noted below in description
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
The above warning applies to self-closing and sliding door cabinets only. Items ACRA-1903E, ACRA-1924E, ACRA-1905E, ACRA-70UCE, ACRA-3010E, ACRA-30E, ACRA-4510E, ACRA-45E, ACRA-6010E below.
All flammable safety cabinets meet NFPA Code 30 and OSHA requirements. See guide to regulations here