Chemical Storage Cabinets
Chemical storage cabinets can be divided into yellow, red, blue, and milky white depending on the nature of the storage chemicals.
Chemical storage cabinets can be divided into yellow, red, blue, and milky white depending on the nature of the storage chemicals. Yellow chemical storage cabinets are mainly used to store some combustible liquid chemicals; red chemical cabinets are mainly used to store some flammable liquid chemicals; blue cabinets are mainly used to store some weakly corrosive chemicals; white chemical storage cabinets (PP cabinet) is mainly used to store some strong acid and alkali chemicals. In the process of storing chemicals, colored labels are used to identify, organize, and separate various flammable or hazardous liquids. This also makes it easier for firefighters to identify dangerous goods in the event of a fire.
The laminate is specially treated with high-strength galvanized steel, which greatly increases the corrosion resistance, and the safety load of the laminate can reach 175kg. The acid-resistant safety cabinet is equipped with high-strength polypropylene trays on the high-quality laminates. It is integrated and has excellent corrosion resistance and durability.
The professional treatment of the edge of the door, the gap between the door and the door is smaller, so that the door is better sealed and safer.
The three-point linkage type lock door design has double lock function at the same position, which is safer and more reliable. The unique lock core design makes maintenance more convenient, saving time and effort.
The professional top flat design makes it difficult to hide dirt and make cleaning easier.
The safety cabinet hinge is an uninterrupted piano hinge. It is self-opening and casting, which is more precise, which makes the door open and close more smoothly.
The main coating is a mixture of epoxy and polyester fibers, which not only has good chemical resistance, but also prevents ultraviolet rays. Le Pu Ji Ji not only carried out corrosion-resistant treatment on the visible cabinet surface, but also on the hidden inner surface, eliminating the hidden danger of rust and even corrosion.