Corrosive substance storage no longer an issue


The Labspec PVC Corrosive Substances Storage Cabinets by Priority Supplies are outstanding in their style and clean contoured design.

The Cabinets, which fully comply with Australian Standards AS3780 – Corrosives, have a smart contemporary profile, ideal for any laboratory or institutional environment.

The Labspec cabinets are manufactured from a strong, non-corrosive plastic and are specially designed to withstand harsh chemicals that will destroy the common metal cabinets very quickly.

With smooth lines, contoured internal design and removable shelves, the cleaning up of any spills or leaks is a simple task.

Labspec boasts two sizes, the 70L C8070 and the 140L C8140 – both suitable for under and or on bench positioning.

The adjustable shelves allows for versatile configurations for the commonly used Winchesters and Euro bottles.

The 2 door 140L cabinet has two separate compartments each with its own bund – providing for simultaneous storage of incompatible products in each compartment.

Versatile, high quality Labspec cabinets are the hallmarks of the range of safe storage solutions available exclusively from Priority Supplies.

Priority Supplies
Ph: 1300 134 223

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