Catalogue Ecosafe

7 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 Anti-fire equipments and File cabinets Showers and first-aid equipments STICKER REGULATIONS AND CHEMICALS INCOMPATIBILITIES The sticker on your cans is you must store them in a safety cabinet/compartment for Chemicals incompatibilities Xn Xi Flammables + - - O + Corrosives - O - O O Toxics - - + + O C.M.R products Environmental hazards Healthcare hazards/Irritants - Noxious Xn O O + + + Xi + O O + + O Do not store, handle or waste together except if particular conditions are applied 07/2019 + Compatible products - Non compatible products USE PRECAUTIONS In accordance with EN14470-1, and to avoid possible concentration of vapors, a mechanical ventilation is required to ensure air renewal. We offer a wide range of filtration and ventilation boxes, refer to our documentation on these products. In any case, it is up to each end-user to contact the safety manager of his company or his supplier of chemical products before storing his products in cabinets. According to the recommendations, and for safety reasons (chemical reaction between incompatible products), the products of different type must be stored separately. A cabinet allows the storage of one type of chemicals (flammable, toxic or corrosive ...). If you want to store small quantity of different types of chemicals in a single cabinet, you should use a multirisk cabinet. We remind you that some cabinets are not suitable for storing highly corrosive products (nitric, sulfuric, hydrochloric acid ...) or highly flammable. Please consult yourlocal porter to offer you the best solution for your needs. Refer to our tutorials in video andmuchmore on... www.ecosafesa.com/en/catalogue/videos YOU NEED A CLEAR AND UNDERSTANDABLE INFORMATION TO INSTALL OUR CABINETS, FUME HOODS OR FILTRATION BOXES?

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