Space-saving Storage for Chemicals and Toxic Substances
Nov 04 2013 Read 1006 Times
Leading European manufacturer, asecos, now brings you their latest cabinet models for the storage of a wide range of chemicals and toxic substances. The new CS-CLASSIC cabinets are divided into several sections so that hazardous materials can be safely stored in up to four separate and lockable compartments.
While traditional chemical storage cabinets have only a single storage space with two doors, the two new models from asecos come in versions with three or four doors. Each door can be opened separately to take out the chemical required while the others remain locked. Chemicals and toxic materials can thus be easily stored according to category or working procedure. Each of the doors can be locked separately to protect contents against unauthorised
access. The stickers supplied enable the chemicals to be clearly labelled by any user. Each compartment can be subdivided by an integral or pull-out shelf while the height of the shelves themselves can be adjusted according to the size of the containers. The cabinet can be connected quickly to a technical
exhaust system by a ventilation connection on the top. Uneven floors are no problem because the cabinets can easily be aligned by included adjusting aids. CS-CLASSIC safety storage cabinets are available in a dual colour scheme in anthracite with white doors.
Further models are available on the latest online catalogue.
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