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How to source a chemical storage cabinet….it’s more than a trip to Bunnings
A weekend trip to Bunnings is an integral part of Australian culture. And wandering those big long aisles it’s quite easy to think you could buy just about anything from their well-stocked shelves. And you probably can — except if you happen to need a chemical storage cabinet. This blog looks at the key considerations when sourcing safety cabinets for your chemicals, because a chemical storage cabinet is never an off-the-shelf purchase. We always recommend conducting a chemical risk assessment before making a purchase. Your first consideration will be identifying the hazard class of the chemicals you need to store. The hazard class should be clearly marked on the label, but you always refer to the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) that was issued by the supplier. The SDS will provide essential information about storage conditions (eg, store in a dry place) as well as any incompatibilities (eg, incompatible with strong oxidising agents).
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