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Store laboratory acids safely with these cabinets

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Hemco

Hemco

The Acid Storage Cabinet (photo) is specifically designed for the storage of corrosive chemicals, and is available in widths of 12, 18, 24, 30, 36, 42 and 48 in. The standard size is 35-in. high and 22-in. deep. The molded one-piece fiberglass liner inserts directly into the cabinet and is sealed on all edges for ease of cleaning. The interior features a containment lip, on the front bottom edge to hold spills. The front access doors have air inlet vents, are lined and the edges are sealed. No metal is exposed to corrosive vapors. The shelf is removable for smaller container storage. —Hemco Corp., Independence, Mo.

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