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Spontaneously Combustible Substance Storage Cabinet - 250L

SC25042
Description

The SC250 Spontaneously Combustible storage cabinet has capacity of 250 litres and features the patented SAFE-T-CLOSE® sequential closing system.

This cabinet is ideal for the everyday safe storage of most classes of Dangerous Goods, and is fully compliant with legislative requirements. It's a high performance dangerous goods storage solution for a wide range of industries.

Features

  • Double walled sheet steel construction with a 40mm thermic air barrier
  • High capacity liquid tight sump to contain spills - 150mm deep
  • Self-closing, close fitting doors that automatically release in the event of a build-up of pressure within the cabinet
  • Built in flash arrestors and vent openings [for mechanical ventilation systems]
  • Strong fully adjustable shelving perforated for free air movement, 100mm adjustment increments
  • Sequential door closing system
  • Stainless steel pin with continuous hinging for strength and reliability
  • State of the art powder coat finish for high durability and performance
  • Distinct safety signs and directions that comply with AS 1216 and AS 1319
  • Designed and manufactured in full conformance to AS/NZS 5026:2012 - The storage and handling of class 4 dangerous goods.

Dimensions (mm)

ExternalH 1750W 1100D 500
InternalH 1503W 1018D 420

Storage Capacity

Max Capacity 250L Maximum capacity of the cabinet is subject to the packing group of the chemical stored. Please refer to the relevant Australian Standard for further details.
Winchester Size0.5L2.5L 5L
Capacity450***** 6330
Drum Size4L20L60L205L
Capacity50***** 94-
*****5 storage levels
Calculations based on these package size

Dangerous Goods Compliance Specifications

Complies with AS/NZS - 5026 - 2012
Sump Capacity 64L

Other Specifications

Weight 123.0 kg
Shelf Levels 3
Storage Levels 3
Shelf Thickness (mm) 28
Shelf spacing (mm) 100
No. of Shelf Lugs 15

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