Paint Storage Cabinet

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Paint Storage Cabinet

Justrite® Paint And Ink Storage Cabinets Are Great For Storing Paint Cans, Aerosols And Inks. Justrite® Paint And Ink Cabinets are made of double walled 18-gauge all-welded steel and powder coat finish with Haz-Alert™ trilingual reflective warning label for high visibility and long lasting durability. Design provides 1-1/2 inch insulating air space include built-in grounding connector. Dual 2 inch vents can connect to exhaust system. Two inch deep leak proof doorsill contains spills. 350 lb galvanized steel shelves adjust at 3 inch increments and feature SpillSlope™ design that direct spills to back and bottom of safety cabinet. Doors have full length piano hinges. Recessed paddle handle with cylinder lock and padlockable latch for security. Stainless steel 3-point self-latching system provides positive door locking. Includes adjustable leveling feet for uneven floors. In the event of fire, Self-Close Doors will close via fusible link that melts at 165° releasing closing mechanism. Self-Close Bi-fold Door closes automatically when person lets go. In event of fire, doors will close via fusible link that melts at 165°F. Complies with National Fire Protection Association specifications, OSHA regulations and approved by Factory Mutual System. Styles are Compact, Slimline and Wall Mount. Capacities are 20 gallons, 22 gallons, 36 gallons, 40 gallons, 60 gallons, 96 gallons and 168 Aerosol Cans. Colors are Red and Yellow. Overall dimensions, door types and number of adjustable shelves vary per style. Door quantities are 1 and 2. 10 Year Limited Warranty.

Paint Storage Cabinet

Eagle Paint And Ink Safety Cabinets Offer Safe Storage Of Flammable Paints, Inks, And Aerosol Cans.Eagle Paint And Ink Safety Cabinets are made using an all-welded steel body built with reinforced double walls. 1-1/2″insulating air space on top, bottom, back, sides, and doors. 2″vent with fire baffle and cap. All doors on flammable safety cabinets are self-latching for secure closure. Features a three-point key lock with button latches and tri-lingual warning labels. 2″raised front sill prevents leaks and the galvanized steel shelves hold up to 350 lbs. Safety cabinets offer storage room for aerosol cans or 1-gallon paint or ink cans. 24 and 30 Gallon Aerosol Cabinets include wall-mounting brackets. All steel safety cabinets meet NFPA Code 30 specifications and OSHA requirements.

Paint Storage Cabinet

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(c) You must not store more than 60 gallons of Category 1, 2, or 3 flammable liquids or 120 gallons of Category 4 flammable liquids in any one storage cabinet. Not more than 3 such cabinets may be located in a single storage area. You must store quantities in excess of this in an inside storage room.

Paint Storage Cabinet

Paint storage cabinets for 1-gallon paint cans are available in 20, 40, 60 and up to 120-gallon capacities. Finished in two-part urethane paint. Warning label reads “Flammable – Keep Fire Away”. Perfect for print shops or auto body repair. Available in manual, sliding, and self-closing door models. Standard colors are Red & Yellow.

Paint Storage Cabinet

Paint & Ink Storage For 1-gallon paint cans; available in 20, 40, 60 and 120* gallon capacities. Finished in urethane paint. Warning label reads “Flammable – Keep Fire Away”. Constructed to the same rigid requirements as cabinets for safety cans.

Paint Storage Cabinet

Paint storage cabinets for 1-gallon paint cans are available in 20, 40, 60 and up to 120-gallon capacities. Finished in two-part urethane paint. Warning label reads “Flammable – Keep Fire Away”. Perfect for print shops or auto body repair. Available in manual, sliding, and self-closing door models. Standard colors are Red & Yellow. * Capacities may vary based on container shape and size.

Paint Storage Cabinet

(a) You must use only approved containers and portable tanks for storage and handling of flammable liquids. You must use approved metal safety cans, or department of transportation approved containers for the handling and use of flammable liquids in quantities 5 gallons or less, except that this does not apply to those flammable liquid materials which are highly viscid (extremely hard to pour), which may be used and handled in original shipping containers. For quantities of one gallon or less, only the original container may be used for storage, use, and handling of flammable liquids.

Paint Storage Cabinet

(i) Acceptable wooden storage cabinets must be constructed in the following manner, or equivalent: The bottom, sides, and top must be constructed of an exterior grade of plywood at least 1 inch in thickness, which must not break down or delaminate under standard fire test conditions. All joints must be rabbeted and must be fastened in two directions with flathead wood screws, when more than one door is used, there must be a rabbeted overlap of not less than 1 inch. Steel hinges must be mounted in such a manner as to not lose their holding capacity due to loosening or burning out of the screws when subjected to fire. Such cabinets shall be painted inside and out with fire retardant paint.

For 1-gallon paint cans; available in 20, 40, 60 and 120* gallon capacities. Finished in urethane paint. Warning label reads “Flammable – Keep Fire Away”. Constructed to the same rigid requirements as cabinets for safety cans.

Eagle Tower™ Safety Cabinets Allow High Density Storage Using Minimal Floor Space. Eagle safety cabinets are made using an all-welded steel body built with reinforced double walls. 1-1/2” insulating air space on top, bottom, back, sides, and doors. 2” vent with fire baffle and cap. All doors on flammable safety cabinets are manual close with secure latching for closure. Three-point key lock with button latches. Tri-lingual warning labels. 2” raised front sill to prevent leaks. Galvanized Steel shelves hold up to 350 lbs. 4” adjustable legs allow positioning over vents and protection from ground moisture. All steel safety cabinets meet NFPA Code 30 specifications and OSHA requirements.

(c) You must legibly mark flammable liquid containers to indicate their contents. Each storage container for flammable liquids, with a capacity of 50 gallons or more, must have the contents of the container identified by a sign of clearly visible contrasting colors with letters at least 3 inches high, painted on the container at the discharge valve and at the fill point.

(ii) Where an automatic extinguishing system is provided, the system must be designed and installed in an approved manner. Openings to other rooms or buildings must be provided with noncombustible liquid-tight raised sills or ramps at least 4 inches in height, or the floor in the storage area must be at least 4 inches below the surrounding floor. Openings must be provided with approved self-closing fire doors. The room must be liquid-tight where the walls join the floor. A permissible alternate to the sill or ramp is an open-grated trench, inside of the room, which drains to a safe location. Where other portions of the building or other buildings are exposed, windows must be protected as set forth in the Standard for Fire Doors and Windows, NFPA No. 80-1983, for Class E or F openings. Wood of at least one-inch nominal thickness may be used for shelving, racks, dunnage, scuffboards, floor overlay and similar installations.

(v) Electrical wiring and equipment located in inside storage rooms must be approved for Class 1, Division 1, hazardous locations. For definition of Class 1, Division 1, hazardous locations, see WAC 296-155-456.

(vi) You must provide every inside storage room with either a gravity or a mechanical exhausting system. Such system must commence not more than 12 inches above the floor and be designed to provide for a complete change of air within the room at least 6 times per hour. If a mechanical exhausting system is used, it must be controlled by a switch located outside of the door. The ventilating equipment and any lighting fixtures must be operated by the same switch. An electric pilot light must be installed adjacent to the switch if Category 1, 2, or 3 flammable liquids are dispensed within the room. Where gravity ventilation is provided, the fresh air intake, as well as the exhausting outlet from the room, must be on the exterior of the building in which the room is located.

(c) The storage area must be graded in a manner to divert possible spills away from buildings or other exposures, or must be surrounded by a curb or earth dike at least 12 inches high. When curbs or dikes are used, you must make provisions for draining off accumulations of ground or rain water, or spills of flammable liquids. Drains must terminate at a safe location and must be accessible to operation under fire conditions.

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