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Base Cabinets

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Compact and efficient: DENIOS Base cabinets can be mounted under any work surface and provide the ideal storage space for flammable liquids. Depending on model, the Base Cabinet offers 30 minutes (Type 30) or 90 minutes (Type 90) fire protection. Individual requirements are met by the choice of one or two spill trays, various door versions and designs, and the choice of grey and white colours. Thanks to the different heights and widths available, the ideal underbench cabinet can be found for each workplace.

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Space-saving hazardous material storage with underbench cabinets from DENIOS

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Fire-rated underbench cabinets from DENIOS have all relevant certifications and can be conveniently mounted under a workbench or laboratory table. They can be supplied with either one or two drawers or hinged doors. These are tested for durability: each cabinet must survive 50,000 wear-free openings and closings. Our underbench cabinets can be locked with a cylinder lock and have a lock status indicator. In the event of a fire, the doors close automatically. Models with slide-out spill trays are fitted with an earthing cable and clamp as standard. An air extraction connection is provided on the rear.

What regulations must be met when storing hazardous substances in workrooms?

When storing flammable liquids and other hazardous substances in workrooms, certain standards and regulations must be observed to avoid endangering the safety of employees and the company. DIN EN 14470-1 and the Technical rule for hazardous substances along with the following regulations / guidance.

  • The Health & Safety at work act section 2 – 1974.

  • Dangerous Substance &Explosive atmosphere regulation-DSEAR 2002,

  • Care of Substance Hazardous to Health

  • Regulations 2002 – COSHH

DIN BS EN 14470-1 is the European standard for "fire safety storage cabinets". It prescribes which requirements a cabinet must fulfil in order to be approved for the storage of flammable liquids. Criteria include:

  • The cabinet doors must close automatically within 20 seconds in the event of fire.
  • The doors are sealed by foaming fire protection sealant.
  • The cabinets must have air supply and extraction openings (otherwise an Ex zone must be set up around the cabinet).
  • Depending on the model, the cabinets must be fire resistant for 15, 30, 60 or 90 minutes.

The technical rules for hazardous substances prescribe the requirements for the "storage of hazardous substances in portable containers''. These include:

  • Liquid hazardous substances must be stored on a containment device that can hold at least the contents of the largest container or 10% of the total liquid volume.
  • The walls and floor of the space must be fire-retardant and impermeable.
  • HSG 71 & HSG 51 also specifies which hazardous substances may be stored together and which need separate storage.
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