12 Gallon Acid/Corrosive Safety Cabinet

• Special corrosion resistant powder coat finish on all internal and external surfaces, including shelves

• Poly shelf and bottom trays to help contain small spills and provide extra corrosion protection

• Reinforced double wall construction with ½” space on sides, top, bottom, back and doors

• Constructed of heavy duty 18-gauge steel with lead-free, high gloss, baked on powder finish

• Internal and external welded construction with continuous piano hinges

• Four adjustable galvanized leveling legs

• Two 2” internal vents with fire baffle and cap

• Adjustable galvanized steel shelves that hold 350 lbs (159 kgs)

• Uniformed Distributed Load (UDL)

• 2” raised leakproof sill

• Flushed mounted door handle with key lock and three-point latch system

• Four centers for shelf brackets

• Trilingual warning labels

• Meets NFPA Code 30 and OSHA Requirements

• FM Approved

• 100% Made in the U.S.A



  For safe storage of Acids/Corrosive liquids (e.g. acids, alkalis, corrosives, chemicals, etc)

  Keep dangerous liquids safely organized and segregated

  Ensure safe evacuation time in the event of a fire

  Provide compliance with federal OSHA regulations and the National Fire Protection Association

  Improve efficiency by locating materials near point-of-use

  Identify and warn of hazardous contents and improve security with locking mechanism

Product Details

Product Code(s) Product Description Packing Size
ACC-1925 12 Gallon Acid/Corrosive Safety Cabinet
1-door manual close, 1 shelf


External Dimensions 23” / 30.5cm (W)
18” / 46cm (D)
35” / 89cm(H)
Internal Dimensions 20” / 51cm (W)
15” / 38cm (D)
32” / 81.5cm (H)
Shelf Depth 14 ¾” / 37.5cm
Weight 144 lbs / 65.5 kgs

Additional Information

• Steel cabinets are not recommended for the storage of aggressive acids such as nitric, sulfuric acid and hydrochloric

• 100% polyethylene construction used for storage of aggressive fluids

• Different types of hazardous chemicals has its own special storage requirements. It is important to review respective SDS (Safety Data Sheet) to check chemical properties and ensure proper storage (i.e. incompatible compounds to be segregated to avoid disastrous explosions or fire)