S3-SS-05 Addn'l Shelf; Capacity: 500 lbs. per shelf, Approx shelf dim: 27 11/16 x 26 1/2, Approx Ship Wt. 17-lbs.
Caster Assembly (Factory Installed); 2 Rigid, 2 Swivel; Adds 4" to Height of cabinet; Approx Ship Wt. Lbs.
Cabinet Venting All Securall cabinets come standard with 2” Flash Arrestor Vents and bung plug for optional venting. Contact your local authority having jurisdiction for venting regulations in your area.
Securall Safety Cans are the perfect solution for storing, pouring and disposing of flammable liquids with maximum safety. These cans are specially designed to automatically relieve the build-up of internal pressure, preventing explosion and personal injury. ANSI / UL 30 Listed, NFPA Code 30 & FM Approved.
Type 1 - Safety Cans; Features: Reliable Double Torsion Spring; Powder Coat Finish; Full Flow Flash Arrestor
IGW7 - Insulating Grounding Wire with C clamp and clip
BAW2 - Flexible Bonding Wire only
BAW4 - Flexible Bonding Wire with 1 clip
BAW6 - Flexible Bonding Wire with 2 clips
BAW8 - Flexible Bonding Wire with C clamp and clip
All Securall cabinets are built to the highest quality specifications. Whether you are storing dangerous flammable chemicals or you need a cabinet for heavy industrial tools, we have the perfect cabinet for your needs. If you have a special situation that requires a customized design, we will welcome the opportunity to work with you to provide a safe storage solution. All cabinets comply with current OSHA regulations and are designed in accordance with the standards of NFPA Code 30. Popular models are FM Approved.
18 GAUGE DOUBLE WALL CONSTRUCTION & SEAMED JOINTS
Securall Safety Cabinets have Structurally Reinforced 18-Gauge Double Wall All Welded Construction throughout.
DOUBLE WALL CONSTRUCTION WITH 1 ½” AIR SPACE
Securall cabinets have Double Wall Construction with 1 ½" Air Space throughout the cabinet design.
2" DEEP LEAK PROOF SILL
Securall cabinets are built with an OSHA compliant leak proof sill 2" Deep to prevent leakage in the event of accidental spills.
TWO 2" VENTS WITH FLASH ARRESTORS
Each Securall safety cabinet comes standard with two 2” Vent Openings in interior and exterior walls, with flash arrester and bung plugs for optional venting.
NON-SPARKING , 3-POINT, SELF-LATCHING DOORS
Each Securall cabinet is outfitted with FM required Non-Sparking, 3-Point, Self-Latching door(s) for safe and complete closure every time.
SELF-CLOSING MECHANISM (IF INSTALLED) SEGREGATED FROM HAZARD AREA
Securall Self Closing Cabinet - Self closing mechanism segregated from interior of cabinet and contents stored.
FUSIBLE LINK ASSEMBLY ON SELF-CLOSING MODELS
Self-Closing cabinets come with Fusible Link Assembly. Link melts at 165 F for automatic closure in case of fire. Self closing mechanism segregated from hazard area..
STATIC GROUNDING CONNECTION
All Securall cabinets come ready with an FM defined static ground connection, comprised of a NFPA compliant 5/16 - 18 x ½” Zinc Plated Grounding Bolt.
LARGE WARNING LABEL
Securall cabinets have a Large Warning Label to identify the type of material stored within the unit. Also available in French and Spanish.
ADJUSTABLE LEVELING LEGS
Securall cabinets are equipped with four adjustable Zinc Plated Leveling Legs for placement on uneven surface areas.
FLUSH MOUNTED LOCKING HANDLE
All Securall safety cabinets come standard with a Flush Mounted Locking Handle for smooth finger-tip operation.
FULL LENGTH, HEAVY-DUTY PIANO HINGES
Securall double-wall doors are secured to unit on full length, Heavy-Duty Piano Hinges for maximum security and limited vapor release.
NFPA FLAMMABLE & COMBUSTIBLE CLASSES
<73°F (22.8°C) and <100°F (37°C)
<100°F (37.8°C) and <140°F (60°C)
<140°F (60°C) and <200°F (93°C)
9.5.1 The volume of Class I, Class II, and Class IIIA liquids stored in an individual storage cabinet shall not exceed 120 gal (460 L).
9.5.2 The total aggregate volume of Class I, Class II, and Class IIIA liquids in a group of storage cabinets shall not exceed the maximum allowable quantity of flammable and combustible liquids per control area based on the occupancy where the cabinets are located.