Considerations for Corrosive Storage Cabinets

The goal of corrosive storage cabinets is to give you a safe place to store flammables and corrosives.

Many times, people confuse them with the flammable cabinets. While they have many of the same features, flammable cabinets do not have polyethylene shelf trays or a powder coating to resist chemicals. You should also be aware that these cabinets are designed to be used inside the facility, so you cannot leave them outside and store goods in the elements.

Corrosive storage cabinets are there to give you a safe way to store dangerous materials. It allows these goods to be close to your employees who use them frequently and ensures that everything is secure. When looking for one, you should ensure that they are fire tested and exceed the Australian Standard for the Storage and Handling of Corrosive Substances (AS3780-2008). Many of these products are made of steel, but you can find polyethylene versions that are entirely assembled with polyethylene. Both versions are designed to protect against leaks and corrosion. However, polyethylene versions don’t rust, which can be beneficial in high-humidity/high-temperature locations.

At EcoSpill, they understand your need for safety, and they’ve got everything you need. You can find spill kits to clean up spills efficiently, purchase extra sorbents and absorbents, find containment booms, and even floor bunding. Their corrosive storage cabinets have dual ventilation, and both versions have polyethylene drip trays. The steel version comes with a self-closing/latching door, as well, which means you don’t have to worry about someone forgetting to close the door. You can keep all of your dangerous substances nearby so that you speed up production without sacrificing the safety of your employees or the environment. You can also find a variety of sizes, which allows you to pick the one or ones that are most suitable for the products you store.

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