Flammable cabinets are crucial safety facilities for storing combustible materials to reduce the risk of fire and disasters. Besides, the cabinets
are also used to segregate the flammable materials from the facility. Flammable cabinets are designed in varying sizes for storing either small or larger quantities. The construction of flammable cabinets is guided by OSHA standards 1910.06. The cabinets are designed to ensure that their internal temperature is maintained at 325 degrees For lower when subjected to a fire test for about ten minutes. Besides, the joints are firmly welded and tightened for extra strength. To make the cabinets even firmer, they are grounded or nailed to the wall. The flammable cabinets are designed of varying sizes and you should go for the one that matches the quantities of flammable materials to be stored. If you use materials such as ethyl ether, vinyl chloride, pentane, propylene, mineral spirits, ethylene glycol, and acetone among others, make sure to get yourself a good flammable cabinet. Check our page to see the available flammable cabinets.