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    Oxidising agent Cabinet

    Chemshed oxidising agent cabinets available in 30, 60, 100, 160 and 250L

    This cabinet will help you store your oxidisers safely, and in compliance with the legal requirements

    Built to comply with the requirements of AS4326-2008.

    What are oxidising agents?

    Simply put, oxidizing agents are substances that have the ability to oxidise other substances.

    For an overview of hazardous substances read our editorial here.

    What are the differences between oxidising agents and organic peroxides?

    Where an oxidising agent is a substance that has the ability to oxidise other substances, an organic peroxide – while still an oxidising agent – doesn’t present the same risks. An oxidising agent is non-combustible and provides the oxygen needed to sustain combustion, whereas an organic peroxide can combust independently. While different, both are classified as hazardous and need to be handled and stored very carefully.

    Where are oxidising agents most likely to be found?

    Common oxidising agents are oxygen, hydrogen peroxide, sulfuric acid and potassium nitrate. These substances are used as bleaches, water purifiers, and fertilisers, to name a few.

    What are the risks to people and the environment?

    While not necessarily combustible in themselves, oxidising substances may react, cause, or contribute to the combustion of other material. The result will inevitably produce heat, gas and/or flames – which in turn can cause considerable damage to both people and the environment around. Further to that, exposure to oxidising agents, particularly without the appropriate PPE, can cause significant harm to a person through ingestion, inhalation or eye contact.

    How do I store oxidising agents?

    Oxidising agents need to be held so they are protected from the risks of heat, friction or contact with other incompatible substances. This can be achieved by segregating and storing them in dedicated storage areas, or within cabinets that are designed for the specific storage of oxidising agents.

    This cabinet will help you store your oxidisers safely, and in compliance with the legal requirements

    Built to comply with the requirements of AS4326-2008.

    What are oxidising agents?

    Simply put, oxidizing agents are substances that have the ability to oxidise other substances.

    For an overview of hazardous substances read our editorial here.

    What are the differences between oxidising agents and organic peroxides?

    Where an oxidising agent is a substance that has the ability to oxidise other substances, an organic peroxide – while still an oxidising agent – doesn’t present the same risks. An oxidising agent is non-combustible and provides the oxygen needed to sustain combustion, whereas an organic peroxide can combust independently. While different, both are classified as hazardous and need to be handled and stored very carefully.

    Where are oxidising agents most likely to be found?

    Common oxidising agents are oxygen, hydrogen peroxide, sulfuric acid and potassium nitrate. These substances are used as bleaches, water purifiers, and fertilisers, to name a few.

    What are the risks to people and the environment?

    While not necessarily combustible in themselves, oxidising substances may react, cause, or contribute to the combustion of other material. The result will inevitably produce heat, gas and/or flames – which in turn can cause considerable damage to both people and the environment around. Further to that, exposure to oxidising agents, particularly without the appropriate PPE, can cause significant harm to a person through ingestion, inhalation or eye contact.

    How do I store oxidising agents?

    Oxidising agents need to be held so they are protected from the risks of heat, friction or contact with other incompatible substances. This can be achieved by segregating and storing them in dedicated storage areas, or within cabinets that are designed for the specific storage of oxidising agents.

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    Picture of Oxidising Cabinet - 30L
    Oxidising Cabinet - 30L
    SKU: HAZ04-1200
    Picture of Oxidising agent cabinet - 60l
    Oxidising agent cabinet - 60l
    SKU: HAZ04-1201
    Picture of Oxidising Cabinet - 100L
    Oxidising Cabinet - 100L
    SKU: HAZ04-1202
    Picture of Oxidising Cabinet - 160L
    Oxidising Cabinet - 160L
    SKU: HAZ04-1203
    Picture of Oxidising Cabinet - 250L
    Oxidising Cabinet - 250L
    SKU: HAZ04-1204
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