CS4 large lockable indoor / outdoor chemical storage cabinet with sliding doors and shelves.
This model can hold up to 48 x 25ltr cans.
Backed by a 20 year structural guarantee.
A pressed steel welded body construction provides the structural strength for this unit, while the roof which is fitted with lifting eyes is manufactured from mild steel. The two easy glide sliding doors are constructed from mild steel and are fitted with a central lock and padlock points (padlocks not supplied).
Constructed from mild steel, the sump is fully seam welded and is as you would expect fully compliant with all current UK regulations relating to sump capacities and the underside is fitted with plinths to eliminate contact with ground and reduce the risk of corrosion. High and low level louvre vents complete with flame arrestor mesh are fitted as standard and the unit is fitted with 2 full length/half depth shelves and 1 full length, ¼ depth shelf at the top. Prior to painting the unit is fully shot blasted to provide a clean and keyed surface.
||2500mm L x 800mm W x 2350mm H at the highest point on the unit
|Number of containers:
||48 x 25ltr
|Space between shelves:
|Load capacity per shelf:
||Green RAL 6029
|Type of doors:
|Type of door lock:
||Padlock points (Padlocks not supplied) & keyed locks
||A high build, quick drying primer/topcoat paint specifically designed for use directly on to metal or bare steel, this paint contains zinc phosphate anti-corrosive pigments and is applied with a minimum dry film thickness of 75 microns.
Free UK mainland delivery
You will require an appropriate size / capacity forklift truck to offload from delivery vehicle
Standard delivery does not include offloading
HGV access required, possibly articulated
A chargeable HIAB service is available, which means the unit can be offloaded in any location that the HIAB vehicle can stand adjacent to. The use of this service doesn't include the levelling of the unit or any responsibility for where you ask for it to be placed on the ground. Any subsequent issues with subsidence or the unit becoming un-level remain your (the customers) responsibility.
The unit must be positioned on a solid level surface, ideally concrete of circa 150mm in depth and 100mm bigger overall than the unit. The purpose of this is to ensure the unit does not settle unevenly when loaded. Roadware will not accept responsibility for the correction of units which have been settled on uneven or subsiding ground.