Securall offers Medical Gas Cylinder Storage Cabinets for safe and compliant storage of portable oxygen cylinders. These Oxygen Gas Cylinder Storage Cabinets are ideal for hospitals and nursing homes for convenient access.
Store your portable Medical Gas Cylinder safely and in compliance with OSHA requirements. Securall Oxygen Gas Cylinder Storage Cabinets are designed to meet storage requirements for portable medical oxygen systems as set forth in:
NFPA Code 99 - Health Care Facilities - 1999 Edition
NFPA Code 101 - Life Safety - 2000 Edition
NFPA Code 30 - Flammable and Combustible Liquids - 2003
Edition OSHA Regulations
These lockable gas storage cabinets limit access to authorized personnel, protecting cylinders from theft, damage and/or tampering. The heavy-gauge, double-walled construction shields your cylinders from heat, sparks and flame, while separating them from flammable and combustible materials.
Designed for D- and E-size cylinders up to 33-3/4" long x 4-1/4" diameter, and H-size cylinders up to 60” long x 9-1/4” diameter. Fire lining available. Standard color is MG Green for full cylinder cabinet, White for partial cylinder cabinet and Red for empty cylinder cabinet.
Healthcare organizations such as hospitals, nursing homes, and emergency medical services will be prepared for their 3-year JCAHO accreditation survey when their oxygen cylinders are stored safely in Securall MedGas Cabinets. Securall proudly manufactures the highest quality safety storage products available. Securall Gas Cylinder Storage Cabinets are available for storage of D, E, and H cylinders in varying capacities to meet any storage need. In stock for immediate delivery.
Storing Full, Partial & Empty Cylinders - Are you in compliance??
Improper storage of medical gas cylinders poses a number of hazards to patients and staff. The National Fire Protection Association’s regulation NFPA 99-1999 section 4-184.108.40.206(b) mandates requirements for storing nonflammable gas cylinders. The Joint Commission requires compliance with the NFPA requirements under Environment of Care standards EC.02.06.01, EP 1 and EC.02.03.01, EP 1.
Segregate cylinders: The Joint Commission requires organizations to segregate full, partial and empty cylinders by physically separating and clearly labeling the cylinders. Once a cylinder valve is opened, it is considered empty, even if gas remains in the cylinder. For storage purposes, any opened cylinders must be physically separated from full (unopened) cylinders.
Securall offers separate product lines to store Full, Partial, and Empty Cylinders. Optional adjustable divider is available to segregate cylinders for 9-12 and 21-24 cylinder storage cabinets.