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Aerosols Aerosols Cabinet, 30 Gal., Yellow
- Item # 1FYK1
- Mfr. Model # YPI-7710
- UNSPSC # 24112402
- Catalog Page # 2494
- Catalog Group # F8581
- Shipping Weight 314.0 lbs.
- ItemAerosol Cabinet
- Safety Cabinet TypeStandard
- Safety Cabinet ApplicationAerosol Cabinet
- Capacity30 gal.
- Door TypeSelf-Closing
- Number of Doors2
- MaterialGalvanized Steel
- Number of Shelves5
- StandardsOSHA, NFPA Code 30, UFC 79, FM
- IncludesWall Mounting Bracket
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