Standard Hazardous Material Storage (Explosion Proof) Refrigerators Meet NFPA and OSHA guidelines for Hazardous Locations, Class 1, Division II, Group C & D. These units are engineered for use in environments where volatile / explosive conditions could potentially exist. They are not intended for common lab / room environments that are not designed to be explosion proof (see Flammable Material Refrigerators). Units are designed with no internal electrical components and all external components are sealed per NFPA and OSHA guidelines.
Units must be hard wired in conduit to 120VAC power source. Power cords with plugs are NOT ACCEPTABLE.Features
NOTE: American Biotech Supply refrigerators and freezers are manufactured at the time the order is placed then go through extensive testing to ensure quality. A lead time of approximately 3 weeks should be expected.
|Electrical||115V, 60 Hz|
|Width (in)||35 ¾|
|Height (in)||77 ½|
|30 Cu. Ft.|
|Three adjustable shelves|
|35 ¾"W x 35"D x 77 ½“H|
|115V, 60Hz, 6 Amps, 1/3 HP|
Are the American Biotech Supply Hazardous Location Refrigerators also suitable for flammable materials storage?
Yes. The ABS Hazardous Location Refrigerators are designed to be completely spark-free inside and out and all electrical components are sealed.
What is the weight capacity of each shelf?
The weight capacity of each shelf is 50 pounds when evenly distributed. If the weight is not evenly distributed, the weight capacity will be less.
The product description says that the temperature is adjustable, but also that the thermostat is "sealed in UL listed explosion proof box." Will I be able to get into the box to adjust the temperature?
Yes, you can open the box and change the setting. This will not affect the warranty or the explosion proof properties of the unit as long as you properly close the box (which means not cross-threading the lid and tightening it appropriately).
What is the weight limit of the shelves?
Each of the shelves will hold 50 lbs of dispersed weight.8368 American BioTech Supply 2017-03-16