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Sandusky Lee

Compact Flammable Liquids Safety Cabinet - Single Door (16 Gallons)


MSRP: $1,064.00

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Finish: Yellow powder paint finish
Material: 18-gauge steel
Safety Info: Meets NFPA Code 30 & OSHA Standard 1910.106 for storage of Class I, II & II liquids
Number of Shelves: 1 adjustable shelf & 1 fixed bottom shelf
Weight Capacity: 500 lbs./shelf
Width: 23"
Depth: 18"
Height: 44"
Capacity: 16 gallons
Assembly: Ships Assembled
Weight: 148.0 lbs.
Shipping Method: Freight

Sandusky Lee's Compact Flammable Liquids Safety Cabinet is perfect for schools that need hazard material storage, but can’t sacrifice large amounts of space or budget. Place the cabinet under windows, counters or other confined areas where storage cabinets ordinarily won’t fit. An air space between two 18-gauge welded steel walls and two-inch capped vents keep contents cooler than standard cabinets. Each shelf holds 500 pounds. Comes with a bright yellow powder-coat paint finish with “Flammable Keep Fire Away” label. This cabinet meets NFPA and OSHA standards for storage of Class, I, II and III liquids. The door comes with a locking handle.


What is the height of the door opening? We have a 36" tall table that has an apron leaving just a 34.75" clearance for the door to open. Would this unit work? If not, which unit would you recommend?

Asked by: jforce
The height of this unit is 35 inches. You may interested in a wall-mount cabinet instead: If you have any other questions, please contact our Sales team at 1-800-260-2776.
Answered by: School Outfitters
Date published: 2018-01-19

How is the bung hole on the side of the cabinets used?

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