Safety Cabinets For Toxics And Multirisk Safety Cabinets

For obvious safety reasons (fire, explosion, corrosion, poisoning), all dangerous products must be handled and stored with the utmost care.

Article R.5132-66 (formerly Art. 5162) of the Public Health Code (concerns toxic products):
Toxic and very toxic products must be stored in a specific place designed for this purpose and locked.

Article R.5132-68 (formerly Art. 5170) of the Public Health Code and recommendations of the I.N.R.S. (concerning chemical
products of different families):
Products that are incompatible with each other must be stored in separate cabinets or compartments.

JUDGMENT OF FEBRUARY 2nd 1998 CLASSIFIED FITTING (concerns polluting products):
Any product likely to pollute water or soil must be stored in a containment area.

EUROPEAN STANDARD EN14470-1 (concerns flammable products in the laboratory):
Flammable products stored in the laboratory must be stored in one or more cabinets with a minimum fire resistance of 15 minutes.
4 fire classifications are required: 15, 30, 60 and 90 minutes.

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