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Steel Under Counter Fire Safety Cabinets

Maximize storage space with a Eagle under counter flammable liquids cabinets that features a lead-free, high-gloss, powder coat finish.

Flammable cabinets, also known as fire cabinets, come in standard design, tower cabinets with legs, wall mounted cabinets, under counter cabinets, and add on cabinets. Examples of these cabinets are the standard 9010X, tower 9010XLEGS, wall mounted 1975X, under counter 1971X, and add on ADD14XWHTE.

Under Counter Fire Safety Cabinet Questions

Under counter fire safety cabinets are designed to be installed underneath countertops or workbenches. These fire cabinets provide a convenient way to store small amounts of flammable liquids or other hazardous materials within easy reach of workers. By keeping hazardous materials close at hand, workers can quickly and safely access the materials they need without having to leave their workstations. This can help to increase productivity and efficiency in the workplace. The following set of questions and answers explain how to safely store flammables, identifying approved containers and labels, as well as ways to maximize warehouse space, making better use of limited storage areas.

What is an under counter fire safety cabinet?

An under counter fire safety cabinet is similar to a standard fire safety cabinet that stores flammable liquids. However, these cabinets can be placed underneath countertops and work benches to locate flammable liquids near work areas. They also include a recessed toe kick that improves ergonomics and mounts flush with other cabinets. By placing the fire safety cabinet near points-of-use, it eliminates frequent trips to and from a central storage area and maximizes workspace that often goes unused. Eagle sells under counter fire safety cabinets that are FM-Approved, and meet NFPA Code 30 and OSHA requirements for the safe handling and storage of flammables.

Where should you store flammable liquids?

Flammable liquids should be stored in an approved container with a visible warning label that reads: ‘Flammable – Keep Fire Away’ per NFPA 30 Code and various OSHA regulations. Approved fire safety cabinets can be mounted on the wall, stacked on top of each other, or stored under a counter to maximize unused space in your facility.

What is the safest way to store flammable and combustible liquids?

The safest way to store flammable and combustible liquids is in an approved fire safety cabinet using known colors and labels. This helps to organize and segregate flammables for quick identification and visibility. This is also helpful to fire department personnel in recognizing hazards when responding to emergency situations. While codes do not mandate specific colors for cabinets, the following are commonly observed for defined liquids across industries: Yellow - Flammable liquids. Red - Paints, inks and other combustible liquids. Blue - Corrosive and hazardous liquids. Green - Pesticides, fertilizers and insecticides. Silver / Neutral - Laboratory settings. White / Beige / Gray - Waste or outdoor lockers.

What are ways to maximize warehouse space when using flammables?

The best way to maximize warehouse space when handling and storing flammables is to mount, stack or place fire safety cabinets under counters. This will give you more space to work and move around. Eagle’s fire safety cabinets come in a variety of sizes and shapes, making it easy to configure an efficient workspace for your needs.