First of all, we need to remember why we should have safety cabinets in the first place. In case of fire, hazardous materials will make the matter even worse when the fire reaches it. Explosion may happen and damages are more likely to be even more irrecoverable. These hazmat products should be kept away and safely within the plant, inside the safety cabinets. Safety cabinets are normally made of materials meeting NFPA and OSHA standards that prevent fire to reach the contents inside. This could buy the plant personnel time to stop the rampaging fire before the coalition between fire and hazmat happens. That is why every plant should have this safety cabinet to further protect both workers and assets.
Other features of piggyback safety cabinets include Sure-Grip EX Handle and tri-lingual warning label in English, Spanish and French. These safety cabinets are available in various sizes; namely 12 gallon piggyback cabinet, 17 gallon piggyback cabinet, 20 gallon piggyback cabinet, 4 gallon countertop cabinet, and self-closing 4 gallon countertop cabinet.
Which safety cabinet suits you? Decide yourself or contact our helpful representatives to get some suggestions.