The proper storage of flammable and combustible liquids is of the utmost importance. Not only is it your obligation and responsibility to ensure the safety of your workplace and employees, but appropriately storing flammable liquids can improve productivity, while mitigating risk of a workplace fire or explosion.
Placing any such materials in the same secure location means your employees know exactly where to locate them, while also giving you peace of mind that these potentially dangerous substances are stored in the safest way possible to avoid a potential fire.
Exceptional Quality, Safety & Features
At BIG Safety, we stock a range of Justrite cabinets to suit your flammable liquids storage needs. From single or double-door units, and those with shelves or rollers, we have the right option for you.
Offering superior quality and safety that is second-to-none, some of the features within the Justrite range include:
Full compliance with all relevant Australian standards, and correct placarding in accordance with these standards.
A durable, resistant powder coat finish that minimises the effects of corrosion and humidity.
Three point locking systems with a fail safe closing mechanism, for security you can trust.
Full length piano hinges that offer unit durability and additional security of the liquids.
Adjustable shelving, with a unique design that allows for ventilation and the collection of any spills.
A deep sump to collect and contain spills or leaks within the cabinet.
A strong, self-closing mechanism within the roof, providing more storage room and avoiding damage or misalignment of the mechanism.
Back by a ten-year limited warranty, these really are the gold standard of flammable goods cabinets. Fire tested and approved by internationally-recognised FM Laboratories, the Justrite product range not only complies with but exceeds all relevant safety requirements — something no other Australian manufacturer has achieved.
When to Use a Flammable Goods Storage Cabinet
These cabinets are suited to store flammable or combustible liquids, as defined by both the United Nations criteria and Australian Dangerous Goods Code.
This includes flammable liquids such as petrol, thinners, paints, solvents, kerosene, turpentine, white spirits, alcohol and ethanol. Additionally, they can house combustible liquids including diesel, linseed oil and pine oil.
The cabinets are not suitable for the storage of pressurised gas cylinders, so head over to our gas cylinder cages if that is what you're looking for.