TechTALKs

TechTALKs are informal documents that cover information about Justrite products, regulations, or safety-related subjects. They might further expand upon a specific feature or issue, impart information not covered in Justrite's traditional tools (catalogs), or simply share a tidbit of information often times found in daily conversations or emails which could prove helpful in better understanding Justrite products and their applications. They're arranged according to Justrite product categories in the sidebar and below.


Safety and Storage Cabinets

Self-Close vs. Manual Close Safety Cabinets

On occasion customers purchase a safety cabinet with manual close doors only to find their state or local fire code requires safety cabinets with self-close doors. Justrite offers retro-fitting self-close kits for some of our cabinet sizes...

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Hazardous Material Safety Cabinets – The Regs

Justrite’s line of hazardous material safety cabinets are designed in accordance with the latest National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and International Fire Code (IFC) standards to ensure full regulatory compliance when storing hazardous materials...

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Grounding a Justrite Safety Cabinet

To ensure safety in your facility, it’s important to eliminate the chance of an electrostatic discharge while handling flammable fluids. If you are going to dispense Class 1 flammable liquids from a container held within safety cabinet, you need to ground the cabinet...

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Safety Cabinet Venting

Justrite like NFPA 30, does not recommend venting of Safety Cabinets and advices customers to leave vents plugged unless venting is required. Justrite, supplies each Safety Cabinet with the 2” NPT vent bungs. Vent bungs are for our customer’s convenience...

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VaporTrap™ Filter for Safety Cabinets

Volatile organic chemicals (VOCs) vapors from flammable liquids stored in our Safety Cabinets can be harmful to health and to the environment. It is important to reduce inhalation exposure to VOC vapors and the vapors escaping into the atmosphere...

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Safety Cabinet Fire Test

When you look up the design and performance specifications of a Flammable Liquid Safety Cabinet, whether you reference OSHA 1910.106 or NFPA 30 or FM Approval Standard, you will virtually find the same criteria...

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Guidelines for Ordering Factory Installed Pass-through Check Valves

Justrite factory-installed pass-through(s) maintain the FM approval, and our 10-year warranty, of the safety cabinets. Nonfactory-installed pass-through(s) will void the FM approval, and our warranty, of the safety cabinets...

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Model #s ending in a "1" for international

To better accommodate the international export needs of our customers, Justrite Mfg. Co. provides a line of cabinets and cans which adhere to international trade regulations. Specifically, Justrite adheres to wood packaging standards set forth in the International Standards...

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Safety Cans and Containers

Gas Cans - knowing what to use

With so many different types of fuel containers available in the marketplace, it could be confusing as to what type of container is appropriate for storing gasoline or other flammable liquids. As a quick general overview, all of the containers below can be used as fuel containers...

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What is TUV Certification?

TUV stands for (Technischer Überwachungsverein, English translation: Technical Inspection Association). But the actual name of the organization has become obscure through the ages especially since the organization has developed an international reputation...

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Models #s ending in a "Z" for international

To better accommodate the international export needs of our customers, Justrite Mfg. Co. provides a line of cabinets and cans which adhere to international trade regulations. Specifically, Justrite adheres to wood packaging standards set forth in the International Standards...

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Spill Control and Environmental

What does UL Validation mean?

UL Environment is a wholly owned subsidiary of UL (Underwriters Laboratories). UL Environment is a new business, built upon a century-long legacy of product testing leadership and unparalleled public trust...

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How does SPCC apply to Justrite products?

SPCC is short for Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures and was developed under the authority of The Federal Water Pollution Control Act and The Clean Water Act and is designed to prevent oil pollution in US waterways....

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Drum Funnels and Equipment

How do I replace a gasket on faucet #08522

The first step is a two-person job. One person should hold the spring loaded handle while the other use a 3/4" wrench to remove the two shoulder bolts that secure the "brass positioning-plate"...

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Maintenance of drum vent #08101

The first step is to remove cap (recommend chain wrench) from flange base. Use care not to mare brass. For the next step, assembly is spring loaded, use care with parts as you unassembled them...

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