Use these accessories and replacement parts to keep your safety cabinets in good working order, help ensure they're in compliance with safety standards, or modify them to suit your needs.
Add more shelves to your storage cabinets to maximize their storage space, or replace damaged shelves with new ones.
For Freestanding, Countertop, or Stackable Cabinets
For Undercounter Cabinets
For Vertical Drum Storage Cabinets
Shelf Trays & Liners
Capture spills and drips and protect shelf surfaces from hazardous or corrosive materials using these shelf trays and liners. They have sides to keep spilled materials contained.
Separate and organize materials inside your safety cabinets using these dividers.
Self-Closing Door Kits
Upgrade manual-closing doors on your safety cabinets to self-closing doors using these kits. Self-closing doors automatically close to keep the cabinet's contents secure. The kits can help you meet local safety requirements for storing certain hazardous materials without having to purchase a new cabinet.
Attach small storage cabinets to a wall with these mounts so you can keep floors and counters clear. Wall mounts are not suitable for securing freestanding storage cabinets to a wall.
Secure safety cabinets to a wall or floor with these seismic brackets to prevent the cabinets from tipping over in the event of an earthquake.
Seal safety cabinet vents with these plugs in applications where venting is not required.
Vapor Cartridges & Filters
These products absorb dangerous vapors and fumes as they're vented from your storage cabinets to help prevent built-up vapors and fumes that can cause combustion or harm the health of nearby workers.
Shelf Mounted Filter
Vent Hole Mounted Filter
Slide drums and other heavy items into and out of storage cabinets for easier loading and unloading using these roller conveyors.
Ramps for 55 Gallon Drum Cabinets
Make it easier to move drums and other heavy items into and out of storage cabinets with these ramps. They let you roll a hand truck or dolly over the lip of a cabinet for quick loading and unloading.
Find new keys to replace lost or damaged keys for your locking safety cabinets.
Raise your cabinets off the floor with these feet, which install on the bottom of a safety cabinet and can be independently adjusted to level the cabinet for improved stability.
Replace damaged fusible links on the doors of your self-closing safety cabinets to ensure the doors close in the event of a fire. The links hold the doors open while the cabinet is in use but will melt when exposed to high temperatures, allowing the doors to close.
Place these risers under empty safety cabinets to lift the cabinets off the ground so they so can be more easily lifted by a forklift or pallet jack.
Install these slanted tops on your storage cabinet to prevent materials from being placed on top of the cabinet, which can create a safety hazard.