1 Door Lithium-Ion Battery Cabinet – No charging

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Engineered for the secure storage of lithium-ion batteries, this cabinet is certified to offer 90 minutes of fire protection.

Constructed from steel, the 1-door cabinet serves as a robust shell, ensuring the protection of your local environment. Noteworthy features include anti-spark hinges, stand ventilation, a self-closing door system, and an integrated spill tray, enhancing both safety and containment measures.

Product Features

  • 90-Minutes Fire Rated.
  • Steel Construction.
  • Anti-spark hinges.
  • Ventilation.
  • Self-closing door system.
  • Spill tray.

Note:
This cabinet will be delivered stood upright, if it arrives lying down please reject it and contact us immediately.

External Dimensions (WxDxH) 595 x 600 x 1950mm
Internal Dimensions (WxDxH) 496 x 446 x 1540mm
Shelf Dimensions (WxDxH) 495 x 420 x 39mm
Number of Shelves 4 x perforated shelves
Doors 1
Door Locks 1 (2 x keys supplied)
Charging Points 0
Tare Weight 210kg (empty cabinets, excl. accessories)
Standard Colour Blue door with grey frame and interior
Optional Colour Full black exterior with grey interior*
Power

The Battery Store with Charging Sockets in it

  • Cable length: 2m
  • 3-Phase Plug supplied: yes. 5 pins 32A 3P+N+E 400V plug (see photo below)
  • Power Supply rating: 32A, 400V

Fire Suppression/Alarm Control Panel (this unit runs on 24v)

  • Powered with the same cable than the charging sockets above

Standard 3-phase set-up on cabinets with charging, control panel, and fire suppression.

POLYETHYLENE CHEMICAL COMPATIBILITY GUIDE

Acetaldehyde 40%ButanolFluosilicic AcidMethyl Amine 32%Selenic Acid
AcetamideButyl AcetateFormaldehyde 40%Methyl SulphateSilicic Acid
Acetic Acid 10%Butyl AlcoholFormamideMethyl Sulphuric AcidSilver Nitrate
AcetoneButylene GlycolFormic AcidMonochloroacetic Acid Ethyl EsterSodium Acetate sat.sol
AcrylonitrileButyric AcidFruit Pulp solMonnchloroacetic Acid Methyl EsterSodium Acrylates
Adipic AcidCalcium Carbonate sat.solFurfuralMorpholinSodium Benzoate
Aliphatic HydrocarbonsCalcium ChlorideGallic Acid sat.soMowilithDSodium Bicarbonate
Allyl Alcohol 96%Calcium HydroxideGluconic AcidMuriatic AcidSodium Bisulphate sat.sol
Alum (aqu.sol)Calcium Hypochlorite solGlycerineNickel Chloride sat.soSodium Bisulphite
Aluminium Chloride sat.solCalcium Nitrate 50%GlycolNicotine DiluteSodium Bromide
Aluminium FluorideCalcium Sulphate sat.solGlycol EthersNicotinic AcidSodium Carbonate
Aluminium Hydrogen sol 10%Carbonic Acid (Aq.C02)Glyocolic AcidNitric Acid 25%Sodium Chlorate
Aluminium HydroxideCarbon MonoxideHeptanen-OctaneSodium Chloride
Aluminium Sulphate sat.solCaustic (Aqueous)HexaneOctyl CresolSodium Chromate
Ammonia (Anhydrous)Caustic Potash Sol. 50%Hexanel TertOleic AcidSodium Disulphite
Ammonia (aqu.sol)Caustic Soda Sol. 10%Hydrazine HydrateOrthophosphoric Acid 50%Sodium Dithionite10%
Ammonia (100% Dry Gas)Chloral HydrateHydrosulphite 10%Oxalic AcidSodium Ferricyanide
Ammonium AcetateChloroethanolHydroxylamine SulphateParaffin EmulsionsSodium Ferrocyanide sat.sol
Ammonium BiflourideChloric Acid 10%Hydrazine 35%Paraffin OilSodium Fluoride sat.sol
Ammonium Carbonate 50%Chloroacetic AcidHydrazine HydrochloridePerchloric Acid 20%Sodium Hydroxide Conc.
Ammonium ChlorideChlorobenzeneHydroiodic AcidPhosphoric Acid 50%Sodium Hypochlorite
Ammonium Hydrogen Fluoride 50%Chrome Alum sat.solHydrobromic Acid 50%Phosphorous YellowSodium Iodide
Ammonium HydroxideChromic Acid sat.solHydrocyanic Acid sat.solPhosphorous PentoxideSodium Nitrate
Ammonium Metaphosphate sat.soCitric Acid 25%Hydrochloric Acid 36%Phtlalic AcidSodium Oxalate
Ammonium Nitrate sat.solClorox BleachHydrofluoric Acid 40%Phtalic AnhydrideSodium Persulphate
Ammonium Persulphate sat.soCopper CyanideHydrofluorisilicic AcidPicric Acid 1%Sodium Phosphate
Ammonium PhosphateCopper NitrateHydrogen Bromide 10%PotashSodium Silicate
Ammonium Sulphide sat.solCopper Sulphate“Hydrogen Peroxide 20%Sulphates 50%”Potassium/Aluminum
Sodium SulphateAmmonium Thiocyanate sat.solCresol 90%Hydrogen Phosphide 100%Potassium Bichromate
Sodium SulphideAmyl AcetateCresylic AcidHydrogen SulphidePotassium Borate 10%
Sodium SulphonatesAmyl AlcoholCrotonic AldehydeHypochlorous AcidPotassium Bromide
Sodium ThiosulphateAntimony SaltsCuprous Chloride sat.solIodine (Alc. Sol.) ConcPotassium Chlorate
Starch Solution sat.solAntimony Trichloride 90%CyclohexaneIron (II) Chloride sat.solPotassium Chloride
Stearic AcidAqueous Alkalies (NaOH)CycIohexanolIron (II) Sulphate sat.solPotassium Chromate
Succinic AcidArsenic AcidDextrin sat.soIron (III) Chloride sat.solPotassium Cyanide
SulphurAsorbic Acid 10%Dextrose sat.solIron (III) Nitrate sat.solPotassium Dichromate 40%
Sulphuric Acid 50%Barium Carbonate sat.solDiethyl CarbonateIron (III) Sulphate sat.solPotassium Fluoride
Tannic Acid solBarium ChlorideDisodium PhosphateIsopropanolPotassium Hydroxide
Tanning ExtractsBarium CyanideDiethylene GlycolIsopropyl AcetatePotassium Iodide
Tartaric Acid sat.solBarium Hydroxide sat.solDiglycolic Acid 30%Isopropyl AlcoholPotassium Nitrate sat.sol
Tetraethyl LeadBarium NitrateDioxaneLactic Acid (All Conc)Potassium Perborate sat.sol
TributylprosphateBarium Sulphate sat.solElectrolyteLead Acetate sat.solPotassium Perchlorate
Tricresyl PhosphateBarium SulphideEthanolMagnesium CarbonatePotassium Permanganate
TriethanolamineBattery Fluid, AcidEthylene ChlorohydrinMagnesium HydroxidePotassium Persulphate sat.sol
Trisodium Phosphate sat.solBenzaldehydeMagnesium OxideMagnesium NitratePotassium Phosphates
UreaBenzene Ethylene DiamineEthylene GlycolPotassium SulphateWetting Agents
White Acid 75%Benzoic AcidFerric Chloride sat.solMagnesium SulphatePropanol
Yeast solBenzyl AlcoholFerric Nitrate sat.solMaleic AcidPropargyl Alcohol 7%
Zinc Bromide sat.solBenzyl ChloroformateFerric SaltsMalic Acid 1%Propionic Acid 50%
Zinc Chloride sat.solBoric Acid DiluteFerric Sulphate sat.solMercuryPropyl Alcohol
Zinc SulphateBoric Acid ConcFerrous SulphateMethanolPropylene Dichloride
ButadieneFluoboric AcidMethyl AcetatePropylene GlycolButanediol
Methyl AlcoholPropylene Oxide   

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