2 Door Lithium-Ion Battery Cabinet with Alarms, FirePro suppression & Charging Points

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2-door fire cabinet designed to store lithium-ion batteries safely across 4 perforated shelves.

A cabinet is made entirely of 1-1.5mm of thick cold-pressed sheet steel which is painted with anti-acid epoxy powder. Behind each steel wall is special insulation consisting of high-density fibre panels (ceramic fibre-free) for high temperatures (800 °C).

Our range of cabinets are certified to 90-minute fire resistance (EN 14470-1 TYPE 90) meaning in the event of an internal or external fire, there is 90-minutes of protection against it allowing for an appropriate permanent solution. Once temperatures reach over 47 °C, the doors have an automatic hydraulic closing system to contain fires along with closing valves (70 °C). for air inlet and outlet pipes. Included in the build are anti-spark hinges which guarantee excellent door stability and all-round safety.

As standard, each unit comes equipped with a key-operated lock & door block system, height-adjustable feet and 2 small grids for passive ventilation found on the back wall.

Height: 1950mm (1540mm Internal)
Length: 1200mm (796mm Internal)
Width: 600mm (446mm Internal)
Shelf Dimensions (LxWxH) 1094mm x 420mm x 39mm
No. of Shelves 4 perforated shelves
Doors 2 hinged doors
Door Locks 2 keys supplied
Charging Points 4 x 10 power sockets
Colour Blue exterior with silver interior
Tare Weight 359kg
FirePro Suppression Yes
Control Panel Yes
Alarm Yes
Smoke Heat Sensor Yes

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