Stainless Steel Safety Cabinets
Double skin walls, roof, bund, doors. (Like a thermos)
SS Continuous door hinges
SS 3 way door latches with key lock flush mounted door handle.
SS Soft close doors, this reduces the risk of personnel being caught as the doors close and also ensures any wind cannot slam shut the doors. The doors are very quiet upon closing, designed not to frighten unsuspecting personnel with a loud bang.
Sequentially closing doors, which means the right hand door will wait for the left hand door to close when both doors are released. This is to ensure that there are no gaps for fumes to escape should the left hand door try to close over the right hand door.
The spill bund measures 150mm high from the bottom inside the cabinet.
Fully seem welded construction to contain an explosion and all materials will withstand well above the 850 degrees C as required by AS1940 : 2017 should an internal or external fire occur.
There are no external pop rivets holding the cabinet panels together.
It is well known that 304 and 316 Stainless Steel is a widely used material for outdoor applications because of its composition of manganese, chromium and nickel, it is highly corrosive resistant, stain resistant, harder than mild steel and has a very long life.
There is a vent position on each side of the cabinet should it be required. Simply remove each stopper to allow airflow through the cabinet if required.
304 and 316 Stainless Steel maintains a smart appearance, is very robust, harder to dent or scratch and it can take the knocks without compromising its operation. Jagbe 304 or 316 Stainless Steel Flammable Goods Cabinets may enhance the aesthetics of the areas where they are installed. They are an upmarket cabinet in an industrial use.