Catalogue Ecosafe

10 The manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue or change specifications or designs at any time without notice and without incurring obligations. Flammable cabinets Corrosive cabinets Toxic cabinets and multirisk Pesticide range Fume hoods, filtering cabinets - Ventilation Containment and Cans File cabinets Anti-fire equipments Showers and first- aid equipments INTRODUCTION For security reasons you have to store your flammable or explosive products in a safety cabinet. No matter your business branch or the degree of flammability of your products, they have to be stored in case of fire in order to delay the risk of explosion. NORM EN 14470-1 and 14470-2 EUROPEAN NORM : Scope EN 14470-1: The new European norm came into effect in October 2004 and concerns the storage of flammable products in laboratories. It also only concerns the safety cabinets which internal volume is equivalent or less than 1m 3 . EN 14470-2 : The new European normcame into effect in April 2006 and concerns the storage of gaz cylinders in laboratoiries. It also only concerns the safety cabinets witch total internal volume allows storage gaz cylinders in a lower capacity 220 liters. FM ( FACTORY MUTUAL) : Offers worldwide industrial and commercial product certifiaction and testing services through its business unit FM Approvals. Recognized and respected across the worldwide, FM Approvals certification assures customers that a product or service has been objectively tested and conforms to the hightest ntaional and international standards. The certifaction FM requires a fire-resistance of 10 minutes for Safety cabinets, according to the heat curve NFPA 251-1969 Main requirements 1. Fire protection : In case of fire, the safety cabinet shall assure for at least 15 minutes that the contents of the cabinet do not contribute to any additional risks or spread of fire. A fire safety storage cabinet shall be classified as one of the types listed below: 2. Fire test : All cabinets described in this brochure have succeeded a fire test destruction in according to EN 14770-1 (2004) or EN 14470-2 (2006) norms These tests were conducted by an outside laboratory accredited by COFRAC. 3. Spill containment sump : A spill containment sump shall be installed underneath the lowest storage level. The sump shall have: - a minimum capacity of 10% of the volume of all containers stored in the cabinet, - or at least, 110% of the volume of the largest single container, whichever is the greater. 4. Construction : The doors of the cabinet must be fully self-closing from any position. The side and back walls must be of the same thickness and comparable construction. Requirements are given in respect of the construction of the cabinet and its capacity to resist fire conditions from the outside (Fire test given in ISO 834-1 and EN 1363-1). 5. Safety labelling : Cabinets must be fitted with its signage: standardized pictograms in as per standard ISO 3864: EN 14470-1 : flammable materials, open flame and smoking prohibited, permissible maximum load per shelf, the largest container can be inserted into the cabinet, fire resistance model (15, 30, 60 or 90 minutes) capacity maintains closed when the cabinet door is not used ... EN 14470-2 : presence of compressed gas cylinders, fire resistance model (15, 30, 60 or 90 minutes), maintains cabinet doors closed when not in use. 6. Ventilation : Safety Cabinets must have air inlet and outlet as well as a thermo-fuse which seals off the ventilation system in case of fire. These could be used to connect a forced ventilation system. The air change must be at least 10 times the volume of the safety cabinet (closed doors). EN 14470-1 EN 14470-2 EN 14470-1 SAFETY CABINETS FOR FLAMMABLE AND EXPLOSIVE PRODUCTS EN 14470-2 SAFETY CABINETS FOR GAS CYLINDERS 08/2019 EN 14470-1 Storage of flammable liquids EN 14470-2 Storage of gas cylinder Fire resistance Type 15 Type G15 15 minutes Type 30 Type G30 30 minutes Type 60 Type G60 60 minutes Type 90 Type G90 90 minutes

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