Safety Cabinets for Safe Chemical Storage

  • Flammable Cabinets

    Store flammable liquids safely near work areas in Eagle flammable safety cabinets. All Eagle metal cabinets are constructed of 18-gauge steel with double-wall construction and meet NFPA 30 and OSHA requirements. Multiple colors and sizes available.

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  • Corrosive Safety Cabinets

    Use corrosive safety cabinets to store flammable and non-flammable acids and corrosive liquids. All interior and exterior surfaces, including shelves, are finished with blue epoxy powder coating. HDPE corrosive cabinets are also available.

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  • Paint Safety Cabinets

    Eagle's line of paint and ink safety cabinets are FM approved cabinets for safely and securely storing and organizing paint and ink cans. These cabinets are available in red and yellow with additional shelves to maximize storage space.

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  • Pesticide Safety Cabinets

    Pesticide safety cabinets help companies who specialize in lawn care, golf course management or agricultural interests or who handle and store pesticides and poisons. Eagle metal cabinets meet NFPA Code 30 and OSHA requirements.

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  • Drum Safety Cabinets

    Use Eagle drum cabinets to keep 30- and 55-gallon drums close to your work area while safely containing flammable liquids or hazardous waste. Our line of drum safety storage cabinets can accommodate both horizontal or vertical drum storage.

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  • Cabinet Accessories

    Eagle provides an assortment of cabinet replacement parts and accessories, including self closing adapter kits that allow users to convert cabinet doors from manual to self-close. Other available parts include shelves, trays, labels, and more.

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Featured Products


Safety Cabinets, Industrial Double-Wall Steel Metal Storage Fire Cabinets with Vents

A leader in the manufacturing of safety cabinets for nearly 50 years, Eagle Manufacturing has set the industry standard for high-quality safety cabinets for the storage of flammables and other liquids. In 2011 Eagle designed a new state-of-the-art production facility and created a cabinet design incorporating improved convenience and safety features. Our safety cabinet product line is designed and manufactured to best meet the ever-changing needs of today’s business, industrial and laboratory environments. All of our safety cabinets are 100 percent made in the USA and are available in 2 to 110-gallon sizes.

Safety Storage Cabinet Features

Eagle Safety Cabinet features include: Reinforced double-wall construction with 1 1/2" air space on sides, top, bottom, back and doors, Lead-free, high-gloss, baked-on powder coat finish, Continuous piano hinges, Ground connection, Four adjustable galvanized leveling legs, Trilingual warning labels, 2" raised leakproof sill, Adjustable galvanized steel shelves that hold 350 lbs., Internal and external welded construction, Two 2" internal vents with fire baffle and cap, Flush-mounted door handle with key lock, Three-point latch system, 4 3/4" centers for shelf brackets, Self-latching doors, Constructed of 18 gauge steel, Available in 2 to 110 gallon sizes.  Manual or Self-closing.

Whether you need a gasoline storage cabinet, a safe way to store paint, or an option to store hazardous material, Eagle has a solution for you.

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Safety Cabinet Questions

Safety cabinets are designed to store various hazardous materials, such as flammable liquids, paint, gasoline and pesticides. Safety cabinets come in different sizes and configurations to accommodate different volumes of hazardous materials. They can be designed to store small containers, such as bottles and cans, or large drums and tanks. In addition to storage, safety cabinets can also be used for the handling, mixing, and dispensing of hazardous materials, providing a safe and secure workspace for personnel.

The following set of questions and answers help to understand what a safety cabinet is, and what to look for when it comes to capacity, construction and compliance.

What is a safety cabinet?

A safety cabinet provides a heat resistant enclosure of flammable liquids, which helps protect personnel and property from fires. Safety cabinets help identify, organize and segregate dangerous chemicals with visible labels. They increase the maximum allowable quantities of flammable and combustible liquids in control areas, and improve security against unauthorized use. All Eagle safety cabinets meet OSHA and NFPA requirements, and most are FM approved to ensure the cabinets will function as promised.

What are safety storage cabinets used for?

Safety cabinets are used to store flammable materials in a safe and organized manner. They also help identify contents for first responders, which can warn them of potential explosions in case of a fire. They’re secured against unauthorized use to prevent fires, spills and contamination in a workplace. Approved safety cabinets are designed to meet government regulations and standards for the safe handling and storage of flammable liquids, corrosives, pesticides, and other hazardous materials.

What are safety cabinets made of?

Safety cabinets are typically made of steel and have built-in safety features, such as a 3-point latching system with self-indexing doors, dual vents with built-in flame arresters with bungs, built-in grounding lug, and a 2-in liquid-tight sump to contain leaks or spills. Some of these features are not required by NFPA, but they provide additional safety for personnel and property against fires and spills. All of Eagle’s safety cabinets are constructed of 18-gauge steel and feature double-wall construction with 1-½ in air space on the sides, top, bottom, back and doors.

What are the design requirements for a flammable cabinet?

Proper storage of flammable liquids can prevent fires and protect lives. Construction and design requirements for safety cabinets are outlined in NFPA 30, Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code and various OSHA regulations. Safety cabinets must be made of double-walled,18 gauge (1mm) steel with 1½-in (38mm) of insulating air space at the bottom, top, doors, and sides of the cabinet. Joints must be welded or riveted, and the door must be connected with a three-point latching arrangement. Per regulations, the safety cabinet door must be raised at least 2 in (51 mm) above the bottom of the cabinet and labeled: “Flammable – Keep Fire Away.” To ensure compliance, independent testing agencies such as FM and UL have established procedures to test the effectiveness of a flammable liquid storage cabinet. A safety cabinet is considered compliant if the internal temperature is limited to no more than 325°F (163°C) when subjected to a 10-minute fire test using the standard time temperature curve as set forth in NFPA 251, Standard Methods of Fire Resistance of Building Construction and Materials. All Eagle flammable cabinets meet OSHA 1910 and NFPA 30 requirements.

What features should you look for in a safety storage cabinet?

If you’re in the market for a safety cabinet, take into account the amount and type of flammables you plan to store, as there are several colors, sizes, shapes and door arrangements available based on what you need. Beyond choosing a cabinet that meets the requirements of NFPA, OSHA, and carries an FM approval, look for a safety cabinet with self-closing doors. Safety cabinet door fusible links are designed to melt in case of fire at 165F and cause the doors to slam shut. This protects the cabinet's contents from the fire and allows more time for personnel to get to safety. This feature is a requirement for states that must meet IFC standards. These are considered the safest cabinets because they take away the “human element” of forgetting to shut the doors. All Eagle safety cabinets have a 3-pt. stainless steel bullet self-latching system, meet OSHA and NFPA requirements, and most are FM approved.