All cabinets are constructed using 11-gauge (.119-inches) thick steel. Subflooring is provided to eliminate rusting of the cabinet’s bottom. Adjustable cylinder brackets allow for precise fitting to pigtail. The cabinet door and clear fire-rated window will close and latch automatically. Welding is used whenever possible in order to achieve maximum strength and to aid in easy removal of components for repair and/or replacement. All fasteners used to mount components such as windows, door handles, purge assembly mounting panels and cylinder brackets are of stainless steel. Inside cabinet finish is smooth to maintain a clean environment and outside surface is slightly textured.
The exhaust vent is located on top of the cabinet. Louvers allow air to enter cabinet for exhausting. They are located on the lower part of the door, which provides maximum coverage of airflow through cabinet. The back panel, which mounts valves, regulators, and purge assemblies is mounted to facilitate the air flow behind the panel for complete internal cabinet exhausting. Where cylinder shelves are employed, shelves are perforated in order to allow maximum air flow through cabinet.
Safety and Monitoring
Cylinders, valves and purge assemblies are isolated from accidental contact, vandals, and other assemblies, thus avoiding leaks. Cylinder brackets will hold cylinders in the event of a fire or earthquake. A filter can be mounted on the inside of the cabinet door behind the louvers, allowing for process protection by minimizing contamination from ambient air impurities.
Windows permit visual inspection and/or access into cabinet for adjustments while minimizing operator’s exposure to potential toxic leaks. Water sprinkler heads on ceiling of cabinet activate between 160°F and 165°F. They are coated for protection from corrosive environments.
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