Safety Cabinets for Hazardous Materials

Hazardous Cabinets

Exclusive to Justrite, each cabinet comes with a "Hazardous - Keep Fire Away" label, as well as a pack of ten application-specific labels to choose from and apply to the cabinet in order to indicate its contents. All cabinets come with self-closing doors, and many are available with ChemCor® lining for applications that require protection from harsh corrosives.

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Research environments use many different types of hazardous chemicals, each with its own special storage requirements. Whether using acids, bases, oxidizers, or water-reactive substances it is critical that incompatible compounds are segregated to avoid disastrous explosions or fire. The SDS (Safety Data Sheet) should be reviewed to determine chemical characteristics and recommended storage practices.