Super way to store dangerous goods


The Storemasta Super Series range of heavy duty dangerous goods storage cabinets are an ideal solution for industrial medium to large dangerous goods storage applications.

With five cabinets in the range, the Storemasta Super Series cabinets are fully compliant with AS1940-2004 requirements.

Available with capacities of 250L to 850L and the ability to store 205L drums allows for these cabinets to be used in a wide range of industries where small quantities of bulk oils or chemicals are stored.

The Super Series also carry with them the hallmark of the Storemasta range – 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 and large sump capacities, 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) and also have the versatility and ability to customize the solution for your specific requirements.

With the increasing demand for occupational health and safety, compliance and environmental protection the correct and safe storage of dangerous goods imperative.

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