30L Class 4 Hazardous Goods Storage Cabinet 1 Shelf, Class 4 Cabinets - DG Safety

30L Class 4 Hazardous Goods Storage Cabinet 1 Shelf


Regular price $1,820.00 $1,680.00 Sale

30 L Class 4 Dangerous Goods Cabinet

This cabinet is for the storage of Class 4 Chemicals in liquid or solid form as classified by the United Nations criteria and the ADG Code for Dangerous Goods.

These include the following divisions:

  • Flammable Solids:  Matches, Nitrocellulise Membrane Filters, Silicon Powder, Wetted Explosives, Sulfur, Titanium Powder (wetted), Zinc Resinate, Naphthalene.
  • Spontaneously Combustible:  Activated Carbon, Lithium Alkyds, Pentaborane, Phosphorus, Potassium Sulfide, - anhydrous, Oily Rags, Seed Cake, Sodium Sulfide - anhydrous, Butyl Lythium.
  • Dangerous When Wet:  Alkaline Earth Metal Alloys, Aluminum Powder, Barium, Calcium Hydride, Calcium, Calcium Carbide, Magnesium, Lithium, Sodium, Sodium Borohydride.

Special Features:

  • Cabinet is fitted with a non latching door
  • Includes recessed handle without key lock facility
  • Includes magnetic catch will release in the event of a build-up of pressure within the cabinet (as required by this Standard).
30kg or L
Material of Construction:
Double Steel Walls
Australian Standard:
Extra Shelf:
External (mm):
770(h) x 515(w) x 465(d)
Internal (mm):
525(h) x 420(w) x 370(d)

Special Features

  • Continuous piano type door hinges providing long term durability.
  • New recessed handle. Eliminates accidental damage and clothing catching on handle.
  • Soft action self closing door, with sequential action for dual door cabinets, providing hands free operation.
  • Doors held shut with magnetic catch, to allow doors open in the event of a build-up of pressure within the cabinet.
  • Either; Flammable Solid, Spontaneously Combustible, or Dangerous When Wet diamond and other labels for correct identification.

New Zealand Standard Compliance

Pratt Indoor Class 4 Storage Cabinets comply with the new Standard AS/NZS 5026 "The Storage and Handling of Class 4 Dangerous Goods".