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450L - Small Outdoor Toxic Substance Store


Storemasta's Australian made 450L - Small Outdoor Toxic Substance Store is an Outdoor Safety Cabinet purpose-built for storing 450 litres of Division 6.1 toxic chemicals in the outdoor environment.

Built tough to withstand harsh environmental conditions, this weatherproof and cyclone-proof Toxic Store can be easily relocated with the store's in-built forklift channels. Alternatively, it may be permanently fixed in place with engineered footings. 

Adjust the perforated shelves in the PR450-6 to store a range of different toxic chemical containers and secure your store with the two lockable doors and ISO security bars. This compliant Toxic Storage Unit also comes complete with compliant warning placards fixed to the exterior.

Part of Storemasta's Australian designed and built Miniseries range, the 450L - Small Outdoor Toxic Substance Store is suitable for a vast range of applications and industries.

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  • Doors with 270° hinging to provide easy access
  • ISO locking bars for high security
  • Natural ventilation that complies with AS/NZS 4452:1997
  • Forklift channels for easy relocation
  • Heavy duty adjustable perforated shelving
  • Cambered roof for rainwater run off
  • Earthing stake and mounting
  • Appropriate safety signage that complies with AS 1216 and AS 1319
  • Designed and manufactured in full conformance to AS/NZS 4452:1997 - The storage and handling of toxic substances

Dimensions (mm)

ExternalH 1995W 1520D 900
InternalH 1690W 1505D 755

Storage Capacity

Max Capacity 450L
Drum Size0.5L 2.5L 5L 4L
Drum Size20L 60L
*****5 Storage levels
Calculations based on these package size

Dangerous Goods Compliance Specifications

Complies with AS/NZS - 4452 - 1997
Sump Capacity 182.4L

Other Specifications

Weight 288.2 kg
Shelf Levels 2
Storage Levels 3
Shelf Thickness (mm) 28
Shelf spacing (mm) 165
No. of Shelf Lugs 10

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