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When storing any chemicals, do not place them in the alphabet and, instead, refer to MSDS for the compatibility of various substances. If such incompatible chemicals are stored in the same cabinet or area, they may produce dangerous gases, fumes, heat, flames, or explosions. The chemicals should also be kept away from heat and direct sunlight and, if in quantities more than 10 gallons, should be stored in 10 gallon or larger storage containers.
NFPA 30 and OSHA 29 CFR 1910 provide specific regulations for safety cabinets, but the storage of flammable and flammable liquids is a common concern. No more than three liquid cabinets should be stored in the same place, and the respective amounts are arranged. Flammable liquids classified as Class 1A, 1B, or 1C and combustible are Class II or III. Each liquid is stored in a 60 gallon drum or 660 gallon storage tank. When the container is placed in a safety net, Class I and II liquids each at least exceed 60 gallons. Class III fluids should not exceed 120 gallons. When stored together in the same cabinet, all liquids should not exceed 120 gallons, with Class I or II fluids of no more than 60 gallons of this total. :)
Many security cabinets are equipped with ventilation, but not all chemicals require it, and this is not a regulated feature. In general, security cabinets containing pesticides or toxins should not use any ventilation. Although many cabinets have vent openings for ventilation, they must be removed outdoors if used and should not interfere with protection during fires.
Made to store hazardous chemicals, safety cabinets made of polyethylene, metal, or wood. Of the three materials, polyethylene and metals are most widely used. Because some groups of chemicals pose a danger to themselves or when combined with others, these storage cabinets are color-coded. Yellow is used for combustible materials, red for combustible materials, blue for corrosive, green for pesticides, and white for gray for waste materials or outdoor lockers.