Flammable safety cabinets are tailored for the storage of flammable and combustible liquids, to ensure maximum protection for both personnel and products. 

But, how to determine which chemicals need to be stored in the safety cabinets? 

OSHA 29 CFR 1910.106 regulations also help determine the chemicals which needs to be stored in a Flammable Safety Cabinet. 

OSHA classifies any liquid having a flashpoint at or below 199.4 °F (93 °C) as Flammable liquid.

The more flammable a chemical is, the restrictions on use and storage goes up.

You can check out Kewaunee’s wide range of Flammable Safety Cabinets available in a full range of sizes and designs including manual, self-closing, and bi-fold self-closing doors.

Category Flash Point Boiling Point
1 < 23 °C ≤ 35°C
2 <23°C > 35°C
3 ≥ 23°C & ≤60°C
4 >60°C & ≤93°C

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