The interior and exterior finish consists of an aliphatic polyurethane finish. This polyurethane coating has chemical properties to withstand salt spray, chemical rub, fading due to UV exposure, and other tests performed to epoxy paints. Urethane is more durable under conditions when moving items in and out of the cabinet as it resists chipping and peeling. Unless some other color is specified, cabinets will ship in designated standard color. For custom colors, customer must provide a paint chip.
Flammable & Combustible Classes
NFPA FLAMMABLE & COMBUSTIBLE CLASSES
|FLAMMABLES||FLASH POINT||BOILING POINT|
|Class IA||<73°F (22.8°C)||<100°F (37.8°C)|
|Class IB||<73°F (22.8°C)||>=100° F|
|Class IC||<73°F (22.8°C) and <100°F (37°C)||>100° F|
|COMBUSTIBLES||FLASH POINT||BOILING POINT|
|Class II||100° F (37.8° C) ≤ FP < 140° F (60° C)||-|
|Class IIIA||140° F (60° C) ≤ FP < 200° F (93° C)||-|
|Class IIIB||200° F (93° C) ≤ FP||-|
9.5.1 The volume of Class I, Class II, and Class IIIA liquids stored in an individual storage cabinet shall not exceed 120 gal (460 L).
9.5.2 The total aggregate volume of Class I, Class II, and Class IIIA liquids in a group of storage cabinets shall not exceed the maximum allowable quantity of flammable and combustible liquids per control area based on the occupancy where the cabinets are located.
* NFPA 30 Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code, 2011 Edition. Section 9.5.1, 9.5.2