Eagle 90 Gallon Flammable Safety Cabinet - Manual Close - 1992X
- Cabinets : EM-1992X
- Gallon Capacity:
- 90 Gallon
- Door Style:
- Manual Close
- Cabinet Category:
- Flammable Storage
- Calculated at Checkout
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Eagle 1992X 90 Gallon Flammable Safety Storage Cabinet
Eagle 1992X 90 Gallon, Manual-Closing, Standard 90 Safety Cabinet is constructed of 18-gauge steel. The sides, top, bottom, and doors are double-walled with a 1 1/2" air space between walls. Includes two vents, each have 2" threaded fittings and fire baffle and cap. Standard Flammable Liquid Safety Cabinets come in yellow high gloss powder finish with red warning, plus grounding attachment, 3-point latch system, and 2" raised, leakproof door sill. Each shelf is adjustable on 3" centers, supported by 4 brackets, and can support 350 pounds. Cabinets meet NFPA Code 30 and OSHA requirements and are FM approved. To clarify, FM Approved means the cabinet has a third-party global certification agency approval. FM is focused on property loss prevention and is for use or applies in industrial & commercial facilities. FM was founded in the year 1886. 25 years in business, & over 2500+ FIVE-★★★★★ Star Third Party Client Reviews, allows you to confidently Buy @ IPI your Eagle 1992X Cabinet.
Eagle 1992X Flammable Cabinet Specifications:
Capacity: 90 Gallons
Door Style: Manual Close
Inside Dimensions: 39.5" W x 30.34" D x 60.5" H
Number of Shelves: 2
Shelf Depth: 29"
Shelf Model Number: 29945
Dimensions: 43" W x 34" D x 65" H
Weight: 379 lbs
Approvals: FM Approved
Compliance: NFPA Code 30, OSHA
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Flammable Safety Storage Cabinets
How would your organization be affected if a Fire Marshall or Building Inspector reported that you’re not in compliance with Flammable safety codes? Sure, there’d be the necessity to prepare a plan for correcting the deficiency – a lot of time and paperwork – and maybe there’d even be a fine. Helpful Video Explanation.
But what about the possible impact on the cost of your P/C and Liability insurance; or, worst case, the denial of a claim for fire damage?
One of the leading causes of industrial fires is the improper storage of flammable liquids or materials. Sometimes that “improper storage” means the absence of a simple Self-Closing Mechanism on a Flammable Safety Cabinet. Storage of flammable and combustible liquids is regulated by the provisions of (Natinoal Fire Protection Association) NFPA 30 and Chapter 57 of the IFC (International Fire Code) and various local codes. Of importance, NFPA ia an international non profit organization.
If you purchase a safety cabinet for these locations you MUST purchase a self-closing model to comply with safety regulations.
States where Flammable Self-Closing Cabinets are Selectively Required
Depending on your county or town, you MAY HAVE TO purchase a self-closing model to comply with safety and/or Flammable regulations**.
There may be special considerations on your particular application it may be required to contact your local Fire Marshal.***
- New Mexico
- North Dakota
- South Dakota
**This list is not all inclusive. Contact your local jurisdiction to find out your local requirements.
At Interstate Products our representatives will be sure to mention to you if you reside in a state that is known to have the Self-Closing Mechanism requirement. But remember to find out from your municipality or State about the applicable regulations that apply for flammable storage material or cabinets.
Cabinet sizes include small 1 and 2 gallon sizes and range up to the popular 30 and 45 gallon cabinets as well as larger 60, 90 and 120 gallon cabinets. 55 Gallon Flammable Storage may also be found below.
According to OSHA 1926.152(a)(1) Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Only approved containers and portable tanks shall be used for storage and handling of flammable liquids. Approved safety cans or Department of Transportation approved containers shall be used for the handling and use of flammable liquids in quantities of 5 gallons or less, except that this shall not apply to those flammable liquid materials which are highly viscid (extremely hard to pour), which may be used and handled in original shipping containers. For quantities of one gallon or less, the original container may be used, for storage, use and handling of flammable liquids.
Interstate products offers this information to the best of it’s knowledge. Interstate Products Inc. accepts no liability whatsoever for accuracy and always refers questions to the local governmental authorities in the in users area or the governing source of the information.