Flammable Liquid Fire Cabinets

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Flammable Cabinet Storage Options

The flammable storage container cabinets come in yellow high gloss powder finish with red warning, grounding attachment, 3-point key lock, and 2" raised leakproof door sill. Each shelf is adjustable, supported by four brackets, and can support 350 pounds. All of our metal cabinets meet NFPA Code 30 and OSHA requirements.

Flammable cabinets help keep flammable liquids near work areas safely with flammable liquid cabinets for storage. All of our flammable cabinets for liquid containers are constructed of 18-gauge steel. The flammable liquid storage cabinets cupboards are constructed of 18-gauge steel and feature reinforced double-wall construction with air space on sides, top, bottom, back, and doors.

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.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a fire cabinet?

Fire cabinets store flammable or combustible liquids safely. Eagle OSHA and NFPA 30 compliant fire cabinets are designed to offer safe, dependable protection from flammable liquids. Eagle fire cabinets may prevent fires and smother flames when used in combination with flammable liquid safety cans.

What is special about fire cabinets?

Fire cabinets are specially engineered to safely store a wide range of dangerous liquids, and feature reinforced double-wall, 18-gauge steel construction and self-latching doors that will segregate flammable and combustible liquids from potential ignition sources. All Eagle fire cabinets meet OSHA 1910 and NFPA 30 requirements and are available capacities of 2 to 110 gallons.

Does a fire cabinet need to be vented?

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code 30 does not require fire cabinets to be vented. However, always check with Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) regarding state or local regulations to learn if ventilation is required.

What is the best place to store flammable and combustible liquids?

The best place to store flammable and combustible liquids safely is in a fire cabinet in a cool, dry, and well-ventilated storage area. Keep it away from sources of ignition and exits, but ensure its contents are labeled properly and accessible by first responders in case of emergency.