Custom-Designed Indoor Safety Cabinets

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Do you have unique storage requirements that off-the-shelf cabinets don't meet? We can custom design an industrial safety cabinet to protect your hazardous liquids and materials.

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Contact us and we’ll send you a questionnaire for listing your specifications. Then the engineers at our strategic partner, Justrite® Mfg. Co., will start work on your design, contacting you directly as needed. All of our custom safety cabinets include:

  • Sturdy 18-gauge (1-mm) thick double-wall, welded steel with 1-1/2″ (38-mm) of insulating air space for fire resistance.
  • High-performance, self-latching doors close easily and securely for maximum protection under fire conditions.
  • Fail-safe closing mechanism ensures three-point stainless steel bullet latching system works every time.
  • For added security, U-Loc™ handle comes with a cylinder lock and key set or accepts an optional padlock.
  • Haz-Alert™ reflective warning labels are highly visible under fire conditions or during power outages when illuminated with a flashlight.
  • Patented SpillSlope® galvanized steel shelves direct spills to back and bottom of a leakproof 2″ (51-mm) bottom sump and adjust on 3″ (76-mm) centers for versatile storage.
  • Cabinets also feature four adjustable self-leveling feet, grounding connector, choice of warning label and, when specified, vents with flame arresters.
  • Available in nine colors, durable lead-free epoxy/polyester powder-coat finish provides excellent chemical resistance.
  • Other options include polyethylene trays for shelves and sumps, ChemCor® lining, and recessed kickplates.
  • Choose between manual-close, self-latching 180-degree door(s), or self-close door(s) that shut and latch automatically when a fusible link melts at 165°F (74ºC) under fire conditions.
  • Unique, concealed self-closing mechanism, available in swing or sliding construction, offers obstruction-free access to contents.
  • All door styles meet OSHA and NFPA 30; self-close door styles also meet NFPA 1 and the International Fire Code.