Duration of fire exposure for this test is 2 hours
Purpose is to ensure the cabinet has been designed to limit the internal temperature to no higher than 177°C (or 350°F)
UL Test Requirements do not permit the temperature inside the cabinet to exceed the maximum temperature and excessive internal humidity is not permitted inside the cabinet.
The cabinet is inserted into a furnace which has been preheated to 1090°C (or 2000°F) and subjected to fire exposure for 30 minutes at this temperature
The cabinet must not explode or deform in order to pass the test.
Sepmar | Dangerous Goods Storage and Safety Products
Our name stands for ‘Safety Equipment, Preventative Maintenance and Repair’, and we’re fully equipped to provide safety cabinets along with expertise regarding the handling and storage of potentially hazardous materials.
SEPMAR is a Western Australian owned and operated company. We were established in 1995 in Perth and have gone on to become a regional leader in the manufacture, supply, installation, maintenance and repair of dangerous goods cabinets and other high-quality products. In our more than two decades of operation, we’ve built a strong network of relationships with many Australian companies and a reputation that speaks for itself.