Expert Tips For Using Flammable Gas Storage Cabinets
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Expert Tips For Using Flammable Gas Storage Cabinets

If you’ve ever seen an explosion, you’ll most likely agree that it’s the last thing you want to happen to your Australian business. For this reason, it is imperative that commercial and industrial properties prioritise and enforce the use of flammable gas storage cabinets to avoid everything around you from going up in flames. 

For the safety and preservation of your workplace, employees and the environment, don’t allow misconduct and misuse of dangerous goods. Instead, follow local guidelines and regulations for storing flammable substances properly and ensure information and training are readily available to all employees. Also, make sure you invest in Australian standard storage units designed specifically for Australian conditions. 

Wholesale Safety Storage Australia is a proud manufacturer of high-quality, regulation storage units for dangerous goods. For your convenience, place your order online using our secure checkout facility!

Best Practices For Using Flammable Safety Cabinets.

If you don’t ensure your business follows strict guidelines for storing flammable goods, it may become a smoke signal for other companies to see precisely what not to do. However, we know you don’t want that to happen, so follow these expert tips on best practices for using a flammable gas storage cabinet: 

Tip #1: Keep ignition sources away. Fire prevention requires intricate attention to detail, and a safety storage cabinet is only one element in the equation. Facilities include many potential ignition sources, including electrical outlets, panel boards, and work activities such as welding, grinding and cutting. Ensure you locate your storage cabinets a safe distance from these ignition sources and conduct regular compliance inspections. 

Tip #2: Smart location. Where you place a storage cabinet is vital to the safety of the business. Regulations prohibit locating storage cabinets in exit pathways as they block emergency routes and put lives at risk. Other inconvenient locations could include under staircases that lead to exit doors and other areas that interrupt workplace efficiency. 

Tip #3: Consider self-closing cabinet doors. In an environment where chemicals are regularly removed from the cabinet, users may leave the doors open until they are finished with their work. Unfortunately, this puts the business at risk unless you invest in self-closing doors. The links in the doors will melt at a certain temperature and fuse the doors shut, protecting the contents from flames. 

We want your operations to be as safe as possible, which is why we provide Australian standard flammable gas storage cabinets. So, keep disaster at bay and contact us to request a quote!

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Important: Assistance with unloading

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For items over 30kg, select Tailgate delivery if no forklift is available for unloading. Tailgate deliveries do not qualify for free metro delivery. Tailgate delivery is to the front door, carport, or closest practical delivery point as deemed by the driver. There must be reasonable vehicle access with height clearance.

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Any additional fees from courier companies will be passed on if not advised in advance.

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Feel free to contact us immediately after placing your order if required.

Tailgate Delivery Terms and Conditions

Any additional handling or manoeuvring to get the items in to position that requires specialised equipment, such as a tailgated truck or a truck mounted forklift, is not covered by any free freight offers.

For those who are new to freight, a tailgate truck (also known as a tail-lift truck or hydraulic truck) has a rear platform which can be lowered to the ground for convenience when unloading heavy goods.  This is a requirement for unloading freight over 30kg when a forklift is not available on site to unload the delivery vehicle.  Carriers class this as a specialised delivery service, and charge a premium for tailgate deliveries.

Tailgate delivery is to the front door, carport, or closest practical delivery point as deemed by the driver. There must be reasonable vehicle access with height clearance.

Tailgate shipping adds an extra $125 (inc GST) to shipping fees during checkout to cover costs.

NOTE: Selecting the WRONG answer in regards to tailgate shipping means the carrier may be unable to unload your items and may need to re-deliver it.  The Customer will be liable for any further charges for re-delivery should this occur.  Should you have questions or if you are unsure please contact us first.

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