Combustible Liquids & Storage Cabinet Requirements

Combustible liquids are defined by OSHA as any liquid having a flashpoint at or above 100 F. They are divided into three categories and each have special requirements to meet OSHA Compliant storage regulations. Flammable storage cabinets are designed for compliance in accordance to OSHA and NFPA rules and are available in a variety of sizes and capacities for Class II, IIIA and IIIB combustibles storage and safety.

pricing  Combustible Liquids & Storage Cabinet Requirements pricing

CLASS II = Any combustible liquid having a flashpoint at or above 100 F, and below 140 F could require an OSHA approved flammable storage cabinet or safety cabinet. 

Storage in a safety cabinet for Combustibles is easy, get pricing today by calling 1-866-867-0306  Combustible Liquids & Storage Cabinet Requirements l136 flammable storage cabinet laboratory osha compliance

Storage in a safety cabinet for Combustibles is easy, get pricing today by calling 1-866-867-0306

furfural

  • chemical feedstock
  • solvent

camphor oil

  • cooking additive
  • embalming fluids
  • fireworks and explosives
  • mothballs
  • antimicrobials
  • slight local anesthetics

cyclohexane

  • calibration of differential scanning calorimetry instruments

Fuel Oil No. 44

  • jet fuel

methyl lactate

  • cosmetics

hydrazine

  • gas forming agent in air bags
  • propellant on board space vehicles
  • production of spandex fibers
  • explosives
  • artillery propellant

mineral spirits (varsol)

  • paint thinner
  • cleaner for screen printing equipment
  • inside for liquid filled compasses & gauges
  • regripping golf clubs
  • automotive fuel additive
  • cutting fluid for precision lathes

kerosene

  • jet engine fuel
  • cooking and lighting fuel
  • home heating fuel
  • cooking
  • crystal storage
  • solvent

CLASS IIIA = any liquid having a flashpoint at or above 140 F, and below 200 F qualifies for Class IIIA Flammable and combustible storage cabinets. Local OSHA jurisdiction will have the final say on which safety cabinet or flammable storage cabinet requirement you must maintain.

analine

  • rubber
  • pesticides
  • explosives
  • pharmaceuticals
  • preparation of indigo dye

butyl cellosolve (2-butoxyethanol)

  • solvent
  • fracturing (fracking) fluids
  • drilling stabilizer

cyclohexanol

  • feedstock
  • solvent

furfural

  • feedstock
  • solvent

isophorone

  • solvent
  • printing inks
  • paints
  • adhesives
  • copolymers
  • coatings
  • finishings
  • pesticides
  • wood preservative
  • floor sealant

nitrobenzene

  • shoe and floor polishes
  • leather dressings
  • paint solvents
  • perfume for soaps
  • aniline synthesis

CLASS IIIB = any liquid having a flashpoint at or above 200 F may require a Flammable storage cabinet or safety cabinet to be OSHA compliant.

cellosolve solvent

  • solvent

ethylene glycol

  • antifreeze
  • convective heat transfer
  • making of polyester fibers
  • shoe polish
  • inks
  • dyes

glycerine (glycol)

  • humectant
  • solvent
  • sweetener
  • food preservative
  • food filler in low fat foods
  • industrial lubricants
  • cough syrups
  • elixirs
  • expectorants
  • toothpastes
  • mouthwash
  • skin care products
  • hair care products
  • shaving cream
  • soaps
  • personal lubricants
  • e-cigarette liquid
  • fuel
  • as a water substitute in the film industry