Introduction to Our Hazardous Storage Products
Hazardous storage cabinets are necessary for any environment that deals with dangerous substances. This includes items and materials that are flammable, corrosive, toxic or otherwise harmful. At Equip2Go, our range of Flammable Goods Cabinets, Gas Cylinder Cages, Spill Kits and Drum Bunds can improve the way you store hazardous goods. By using our industrial storage cabinets, you can reduce fire risks, explosions and corrosive spills and leaks, ensuring the safety of all personnel and visitors at your workplace.
Hazardous Storage Equipment Uses
Since hazardous storage cabinets are used to store and protect many kinds of hazardous goods, they have various industrial applications. These include use in factories, warehouses, power stations, laboratories, workshops and more. Regardless of the industry that you work in, our hazardous storage products can enhance health and safety in your workplace.
What to Consider When Choosing a Safety Cabinet
When choosing a hazardous storage cabinet, it is important to choose one that suits the materials you wish to store. For example, our Flammable Goods Cabinets such as our Class 3 250L Flammable Liquids Cabinet are perfect for storing flammable substances like oil-based paints, petrol and diesel. These fireproof storage cabinets are constructed with double-walled steel and have 40mm of insulating air space for reliable fire resistance against fire hazards. Fire safety cabinets such as these are also suitable for storing chemicals, and can function as acid storage cabinets, hazmat storage cabinets, fuel storage cabinets, paint storage cabinets, pesticide storage cabinets and herbicide storage cabinets. These corrosive cabinets additionally provide spill containment and can safely direct chemical spills and leaks to the back and bottom of the chemical storage cabinet.
In addition to our combustible goods cabinets, we also have Gas Cylinder Cages such as our 8 x 18kg LPG Gas Cylinder Storage Cage that provide effective storage of gas cylinders and bottles. These gas bottle cages are ideal for storing aerosol cans, LPG cylinders, acetylene cylinders, forklift gas bottles and other compressed gas cylinders. Our gas storage cabinets are also fitted with a foldable door handle, a pocket for forklift tines and a safety chain for your added security and convenience.
Apart from flammable liquids containers and gas cylinder cages, we also have an array of Spill Kits for the clean-up of spills and leaks, as well Drum Bunds for the storage of drums and kegs.
Safety Features of Our Hazardous Storage Equipment
When using solvent cabinets, there are a few safety measures to be aware of. Firstly, check whether or not the substances you wish to store could react negatively together in the case of a leak. If incompatible substances mix, there could be a violent chemical reaction that endangers you and your staff. To prevent this, securely segregate incompatible substances by storing them in separate safety cabinets.
Secondly, you should think about the environment that you intend to store these substances in. This is particularly important as temperature, light and moisture can have a negative impact on some of your materials.
Lastly, having one of our spill kits on hand can enable quick response and handling of spills and leaks in your workplace. Regardless of the industry you work in, spill control kits are the most effective way of swiftly cleaning up spill areas. Our selection of spill containment kits is perfect for this purpose.
Following these safety measures can provide effective guidelines that you can follow to prevent hazards in your workplace. Having strategies for storing harmful substances and containing spills and fires is essential when working with hazardous goods.
Our hazardous storage cabinets are suitable for a variety of industrial applications and will help enhance safety conditions in your workplace. We deliver throughout Australia, with our head office situated in Dandenong South, Victoria, and further sales and warehousing operations located in Campbellfield (VIC), Wetherill Park (NSW), Canning Vale (WA) and Yatala (QLD).