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Acid & Alkali Storage Cabinet

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Holds 6 ltr., Manual-Close, 46cm x 46cm x 61cm
As Low As £227.29 (Ex. VAT)
This rugged Storage Cabinet is designed to safely store corrosive liquids in compliance with the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH).  Read More

PRICING (Based on quantity)

£239.25
(Ex. VAT)
£227.29
(Ex. VAT)

Description & Specifications

This rugged Storage Cabinet is designed to safely store corrosive liquids in compliance with the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH).
  • Welded construction in 0.9mm thick zinc-coated steel for extra corrosive resistance designed to store acids, caustics and corrosives safely
  • High-visibilty white powder coated finish is marked with appropriate signage to enhance awareness of contents
  • Adjustable spillage trays and liquid-tight sump tray act as shelving for small containers; design still allows liquids to drain through and collect in bottom sump
  • Sump tray removes easily for emptying and to clean up spills
  • Rebated door securely closes with a three-way chrome locking lever handle
  • Additional Shelves and Support Stand sold separately
  • Note: Liquids should be stored in their original, clearly labelled containers with the lids in the closed position to minimise corrosive vapour release. Any spillages should be immediately cleaned up and disposed of in a safe and appropriate manner.
Colour White
Dimensions 46cm W x 46cm D x 61cm H
Locking Mechanism Keyed (2 Included)
Outdoor Use Not for Outdoor Use
Shelves 1 - Adjustable Shelf
Sold as 1 each
Weight 10 kg
Composition 0.9mm Thick Zintec Coated Steel;
3-Way Chrome Lever Locking Handle;
Spot-Welded Seams;
Epoxy Coated Finish
Capacity 6 ltr.
Door Style Manual-Close
Type For Corrosives

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Additional Information

  • The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002
    Known as the COSHH Regulations, they provide a legal framework to protect people against health risks from hazardous substances used at work. All employers have to consider how COSHH applies to their work by assessing the risks, deciding what precautions are needed, preventing or controlling exposure, ensuring that control measures are used and maintained, monitoring exposure, and ensuring that employees are properly informed, trained and supervised.