Utilise minimal floor space with these Stackable Dangerous Substance Storage Cabinets. They can be used for multi substance storage to hold flammable, acid and COSHH liquids. Due to their stackable nature they only take up the space of one unit, this offers the chance of stacking up to a maximum of 3 cabinets high, therefore essentially creating a 6 door cabinet. Units can be set down on their own if preferred.
The different coloured cabinets refer to the contents each cabinet should contain; a white polyester paint coat for acid, grey epoxy polyester coat for COSHH and a yellow polyester coat for flammable contents. Please note; acids should always be stored in the bottom cabinet.
Our cabinets are manufactured in 20 gauge mild steel, with lockable doors and an adjustable shelf with a built in spillage sump. Each of the cabinets have two doors and one shelf with a sump height of 50mm. This ensures any unwanted liquids/chemicals are collected before being able to cause harm.
- A cost effective way of keeping the workplace organised and safe
- Stackable UK manufactured safety storage systems
- Fully welded seams to comply with health and safety regulations
- Appropriate signage placed upon each unit to identify cabinet easily
- Built-in 50mm sump to retrieve any possible unwanted chemicals
- The shelf in each stackable unit makes it ideal for the storing of hazardous substances
- 2 point locking system on the reinforced doors with two keys supplied
- 3 year manufacturers warranty
Please note: These Dangerous Substance Storage Cabinets comply with the following regulations;
- DSEAR ACoP L136 paragraphs 94-96 (Dangerous Substance & Explosive Atmosphere Regulations 2002 – Approved Code of Practice)
- Appendices A & B and paragraph 104 – performance requirements for fire resisting cupboards and bins.
- Guidelines set out in the HSG51 Storage of Flammable Liquids.
- Highly Flammable Liquids and Liquid Gases Regulations, Section 5(1.D)
- Guide to regulation No. 5(17)
- Factory Inspectorates Certificate of Approval No. 1 parts 3 and 4.
They do not specify an absolute test or standard for the cabinets or bins, rather they relate to the nominal construction principles. Namely:
- The materials used to form the top, bottom, sides, doors/lid and back provide a fire resistance of 30 minutes.
- All joints at corners should be free from openings or gaps.
- Doors/Lids should be close fitting to the frame of the cabinet/bin such that there is a nominal overlap between the frame and lid/doors in their closed position.
- That all materials used in the construction of the cabinet/bin should have a melting point greater than 750 degrees