Safe way to store dangerous goods

23-08-2011

The Storemasta Dangerous Goods Cabinet range offers the ultimate and safe storage solution for any industry type and application.

Storemasta has been supplying dangerous goods storage cabinets to the manufacturing and processing industries, education and laboratories for more than 20 years.

When it comes to the storage of dangerous goods, Storemasta recognizes the need for quality and reliability.

With cabinets of capacities up to 850L, the hallmark of the Storemasta range is the unique sequential self-closing doors.

Storemasta has been recognized for reliability in this area as it is an Australian Standards requirement and is an important safety feature for dangerous goods storage cabinets.

Other outstanding features are the true storage capacity, adjustable shelves and heavy-duty construction.

Fully constructed in Australia using locally produced materials and a long history and experience in the dangerous goods storage industry has resulted in this complete range of products for storing oils, fuels and chemicals.

The Storemasta range caters for the storage of small bottles and containers through to 1000L intermediate bulk containers (IBC’s).

They also have the versatility and ability to customize a solution to a company’s specific requirements.

With the increasing demand for occupational health and safety, compliance and environmental protection the correct and safe storage of hydrocarbons and chemicals is imperative.

Priority Supplies
Ph: 1800 245 578
www.storemasta.com.au

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