User`s Manual

User`s Manual
User’s Manual
Protector® Storage Cabinets Standard, Acid, Solvent
and Vacuum Pump
Models
9900000
9900100
9900200
9900300
9900400
9900500
9900600
9900700
9900800
9901000
9901100
9901200
9901300
9901400
9901500
9901600
9902000
9902100
9902200
9902300
9902400
9905000
9905100
9905200
9905300
9906000
9906100
9906200
9906300
9907000
9907100
9903000
9903100
9903200
9903300
9903400
9904000
9904100
9904200
9904300
9904400
9904500
Labconco’s Mascot,
Labby the LABster
For more information, please contact us:
ExpotechUSA
10700 Rockley Road
Houston, Texas 77099
USA
281-496-0900 [voice]
281-496-0400 [fax]
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.ExpotechUSA.com
The information contained in this manual and the accompanying product are copyrighted and all rights are
reserved by Labconco Corporation. Labconco Corporation reserves the right to make periodic design
changes without obligation to notify any person or entity of such change.
Protector® is a registered trademark of Labconco Corporation.
Warranty
Labconco provides a warranty on all parts and factory workmanship. The warranty includes areas of
defective material and workmanship, provided such defect results from normal and proper use of the
equipment.
The warranty for all Labconco products will expire one year from date of installation or two years from
date of shipment from Labconco, whichever is sooner, except the following:
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Purifier® Delta® Series Biological Safety Cabinets carry a three-year warranty from date of
installation or four years from date of shipment from Labconco, whichever is sooner.
Carts carry a lifetime warranty.
Glassware is not warranted from breakage when dropped or mishandled.
This limited warranty covers parts and labor, but not transportation and insurance charges. In the event of a
warranty claim, contact Labconco Corporation or the dealer who sold you the product. If the cause is
determined to be a manufacturing fault, the dealer or Labconco Corporation will repair or replace all
defective parts to restore the unit to operation. Under no circumstances shall Labconco Corporation be
liable for indirect, consequential, or special damages of any kind. This statement may be altered by a
specific published amendment. No individual has authorization to alter the provisions of this warranty
policy or its amendments. Lamps and filters are not covered by this warranty. Damage due to corrosion or
accidental breakage is also not covered.
Limitation of Liability
The disposal and/or emission of substances used in connection with this equipment may be governed by
various federal, state, or local regulations. All users of this equipment are required to become familiar with
any regulations that apply in the user’s area concerning the dumping of waste materials in or upon water,
land, or air and to comply with such regulations. Labconco Corporation is held harmless with respect to
user’s compliance with such regulations.
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CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of a Protector®
Storage Cabinet. Labconco manufacturers four types of
Storage Cabinets – Acid, Solvent, Standard Base, and
Vacuum Pump.
Protector® Acid Storage Cabinets have been
engineered to efficiently store and ventilate corrosive
materials and include an interior plastic liner to protect
the metal from corrosion.
Protector® Solvent Storage Cabinets are designed to
efficiently store flammable materials and includes a 11/2" double wall construction for fire protection.
Protector® Standard Base Storage Cabinets are utilized
for general storage and are not recommended for
corrosive or flammable materials.
Protector® Vacuum Pump Storage Cabinets are utilized
for vacuum pump storage.
All cabinets’ feature 18 gauge steel construction with
epoxy coated paint, to give you both a durable and
chemically resistant finish that ensures many years of
quality service.
The Labconco Protector® Storage Cabinets has been
engineered in accordance with NFPA 30, OSHA 191062, and all pertinent SEFA regulations. The cabinets
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are available in several configurations to meet your
various requirements.
All Protector® Storage Cabinets are designed with
provisions for venting to the exterior of your laboratory.
Vent connections are located on the back wall of the
cabinet and can be used at the discretion of the
customer.
The vent connection on the Solvent Storage Cabinet is
supplied with a closure plug on both sides, and is
diametrically opposed on the back wall of the cabinet
for optimum airflow throughout its interior.
The vent connection on the Acid Cabinet and Standard
Base Cabinet is located on the back wall of the cabinet
and does not include a closure plug.
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About This Manual
This manual will help you learn how to install, use, and
maintain your Storage Cabinet. Instructions for
performing routine maintenance and for minor
modifications to your Storage Cabinet are included.
Chapter 1: Introduction provides a brief overview of
the Storage Cabinets, explains the organization of the
manual, and defines the typographical conventions used
in the manual.
Chapter 2: Prerequisites explains what you need to do
to prepare your site before you install the Storage
Cabinet.
Chapter 3: Getting Started contains the information
you need to properly unpack, inspect, and install the
Storage Cabinet.
Chapter 4: Using Your Storage Cabinet discusses the
normal operation of the Storage Cabinet.
Chapter 5: Maintaining Your Storage Cabinet explains
how to perform routine maintenance on the Storage
Cabinet.
Appendix A: Storage Cabinet Dimensions contains
comprehensive diagrams showing the dimensions for
the Storage Cabinets.
Appendix B: Storage Cabinet Replacement Parts
contains a list of service parts for the Storage Cabinets.
Appendix C: Storage Cabinet Accessories lists the part
numbers and descriptions of the accessories available
for the Storage Cabinet.
Appendix D: Storage Cabinet Quick Reference lists
sizes and part numbers for Solvent, Acid, Standard
Base, and Vacuum Pump Cabinets.
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Typographical Conventions
Recognizing the following typographical conventions
will help you understand and use this manual:
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A
S
B
V
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Book, chapter, and section titles are shown in italic
type (e.g., Chapter 3: Getting Started).
Steps required to perform a task are presented in a
numbered format.
Comments located in the margins provide
suggestions, reminders, and references.
Critical information is presented in boldface type in
paragraphs that are preceded by the exclamation
icon. Failure to comply with the information
following an exclamation icon may result in injury
to the user or permanent damage to the Storage
Cabinet.
Important information is presented in capitalized
type in paragraphs that are preceded by the pointer
icon. It is imperative that the information contained
in these paragraphs be thoroughly read and
understood by the user.
Information that is specific to a particular model of
Storage Cabinet. The A icon indicates text specific
to the Acid Storage Cabinet, the S icon indicates
text specific to the Solvent Storage Cabinet, the B
icon indicates text specific to the Standard Base
Storage Cabinet, and the V icon indicates text
specific to the Vacuum Pump Storage Cabinet.
Your Next Step
If your Storage Cabinet needs to be installed, proceed to
Chapter 2: Prerequisites to ensure your installation site
meets all of the requirements. Then, go to Chapter 3:
Getting Started for instructions on how to install the
Storage Cabinet and make all of the necessary
connections.
For information on the operational characteristics of the
Storage Cabinet, go to Chapter 4: Using Your Storage
Cabinet.
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If the Storage Cabinet is installed and you need to
perform routine maintenance on the Storage Cabinet,
proceed to Chapter 5: Maintaining Your Storage
Cabinet.
For information on the dimensions of the Storage
Cabinet, proceed to Appendix A.
For replacement parts on the Storage Cabinet, proceed
to Appendix B.
To find information for Accessories for the Storage
Cabinet, proceed to Appendix C.
For a quick reference of all Cabinets, refer to Appendix
D.
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CHAPTER 2
PREREQUISITES
Before you install your Storage Cabinet, you need to
prepare your site for installation. Carefully examine the
location where you intend to install the Storage
Cabinet. You must be certain that the area is level and
of solid construction. In addition, your Storage Cabinet
should be adjacent to a vent connection to allow for
venting to the exterior of the building, if so desired.
Otherwise, it is typical to vent the Storage Cabinet
through the work surface and fume hood, which is
supported by the Storage Cabinet.
Space Requirements
Refer to Appendix A: Storage Cabinet Dimensions for
complete Storage Cabinet dimensional specifications.
Your Next Step
After you have determined that the location for your
Storage Cabinet accommodates the installation, you are
ready to unpack and install your Storage Cabinet.
Proceed to Chapter 3: Getting Started.
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CHAPTER 3
GETTING STARTED
Now that the site for your Storage Cabinet is properly
prepared, you are ready to unpack, inspect, and install,
the Storage Cabinet. Read this chapter to learn how to:
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Unpack and move the Storage Cabinet.
Set up the Storage Cabinet – Acid, Solvent,
Standard Base, and Vacuum Pump.
Properly level the Storage Cabinet.
Properly install the accessory work surface.
Attach the filler panel for additional
aesthetics.
Properly vent the Storage Cabinet.
Properly ground the Solvent Cabinet.
Connect the electrical supply source to the
Vacuum Pump Cabinet.
Depending upon which model of Storage Cabinet you
are installing, you will need common hand tools,
including a Phillips head screwdriver, a flat blade
screwdriver, a ¾" open end wrench, and pliers to
complete the instructions in this chapter.
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Unpacking Your Storage
Cabinets
Carefully unpack the Storage Cabinet and inspect it for
damage that may have occurred in transit. If your
Storage Cabinet is damaged, notify the delivery carrier
immediately and retain the entire shipment intact for
inspection by the carrier.
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DO NOT RETURN ANY STORAGE
CABINET WITHOUT THE PRIOR
AUTHORIZATION OF
LABCONCO. UNAUTHORIZED
RETURNS WILL NOT BE
ACCEPTED.
☞
IF YOUR STORAGE CABINET
WAS DAMAGED IN TRANSIT,
YOU MUST FILE A CLAIM
DIRECTLY WITH THE FREIGHT
CARRIER. LABCONCO
CORPORATION AND ITS
DEALERS ARE NOT
RESPONSIBLE FOR SHIPPING
DAMAGE.
Do not discard the carton or packing material for your
Storage Cabinet until you have checked all of the
components, installed, and tested the Storage Cabinet.
Storage Cabinet
Components
As previously mentioned Labconco manufactures four
types of Storage Cabinets, Acid, Solvent, Standard
Base, and Vacuum Pump.
The different Storage Cabinet models require different
assembly components. Locate the model of Storage
Cabinet you received in the following tables. Verify
that the components listed are present and undamaged.
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Model Number
9900000
9900100
9900200
9900300
9900400
9900500
9900600
9900700
9900800
9904000
9904100
9904200
9904300
9904400
9904500
9901000
9901100
9901200
9901300
9901400
9901500
9901600
9905000
9905100
9905200
9905300
9902000
9902100
9902200
9902300
9902400
9903000
9903100
9903200
9903300
9903400
9906000
9906100
9906200
9906300
9907000
9907100
Description
48" Standard Base Cabinet
36" Standard Base Cabinet
30" Standard Base Cabinet
24" Standard Base Cabinet – Right Hinged
18" Standard Base Cabinet – Right Hinged
12" Standard Base Cabinet – Right Hinged
24" Standard Base Cabinet – Left Hinged
18" Standard Base Cabinet – Left Hinged
12" Standard Base Cabinet – Left Hinged
24" ADA Standard Base Cabinet – Right Hinged
18" ADA Standard Base Cabinet – Right Hinged
12" ADA Standard Base Cabinet – Right Hinged
24" ADA Standard Base Cabinet – Left Hinged
18" ADA Standard Base Cabinet – Left Hinged
12" ADA Standard Base Cabinet – Left Hinged
48" Acid Cabinet
36" Acid Cabinet
30" Acid Cabinet
24" Acid Cabinet – Right Hinged
18" Acid Cabinet – Right Hinged
24" Acid Cabinet – Left Hinged
18" Acid Cabinet – Left Hinged
24" ADA Acid Cabinet – Right Hinged
18" ADA Acid Cabinet – Right Hinged
24" ADA Acid Cabinet – Left Hinged
18” ADA Acid Cabinet – Left Hinged
48" Solvent Cabinet
36" Solvent Cabinet
30" Solvent Cabinet
24" Solvent Cabinet – Right Hinged
24" Solvent Cabinet – Left Hinged
48" Self Closing Solvent Cabinet
36" Self Closing Solvent Cabinet
30" Self Closing Solvent Cabinet
24" Self Closing Solvent Cabinet – Right Hinged
24" Self Closing Solvent Cabinet – Left Hinged
24" ADA Solvent Cabinet – Right Hinged
24" ADA Solvent Cabinet – Left Hinged
24" ADA Self Closing Solvent Cabinet – Right Hinged
24" ADA Self Closing Solvent Cabinet – Left Hinged
18" Vacuum Pump Cabinet – Right Hinged
18" Vacuum Pump Cabinet – Left Hinged
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Plus the Following:
Part #
9920301
or
9920304
9920400
or
9920401
1928300
Component Description
Panel, Filler Standard (for 30” Interior Depth
Protector® XL Fume Hood)
Panel, Filler ADA (for 30” Interior Depth
Protector® XL Fume Hood)
Angle, Filler Panel (for 30” Interior Depth
Protector® XL Fume Hood)
Angle, Filler Panel ADA (for 30” Interior
Depth Protector® XL Fume Hood)
Leveling Feet (4)
Different filler panel depths are available; refer to
Appendix C: Storage Cabinet Accessories for filler
panel selection.
If you do not receive one or more of the components
listed for your Storage Cabinet, or if any of the
components are damaged, contact Labconco
Corporation immediately for further instructions.
Setting Up Your Storage
Cabinet
After you verify the Storage Cabinet components listed
on the following pages, move your Storage Cabinet to
the location where you want to install it. Then, follow
the steps for installation.
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Component Identification
Protector Standard Base Storage Cabinets
Models 9900000, 9900100, 9900200, 9900300,
9900400, 9900500, 9900600, 9900700, 9900800,
9904000, 9904100, 9904200, 9904300, 9904400,
9904500
B
1. Cabinet. - Features 18 gauge steel exterior
sidewalls. The cabinet shell is epoxy coated to
provide a durable chemical resistant surface.
2. Door Assembly - Cabinet features one or two
manual closing, non-locking doors. The doors are
18 gauge epoxy coated steel and feature a strike and
latch assembly to hold them in position once closed.
3. Vent Connection - Cabinet features two vent
connections on the back wall of the cabinet. The
vent openings have been left open, and venting is at
the discretion of the customer. Instructions for
venting can be found on page 22. For Base Vent
Kit accessory see page 43.
4. Optional – Accessory Shelf – Features 16-gauge
steel shelf to provide additional storage. Shelf
support kit allows height adjustment.
5. Leveling Feet - Four individual leveling feet
provide adjustability to level the cabinet per the
requirements of your laboratory floor.
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Protector Standard Base Storage Cabinet
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Protector Acid Storage Cabinets
Models 9901000, 9901100, 9901200, 9901300,
9901400, 9901500, 9901600, 9905000, 9905100,
9905200, 9905300
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1. Cabinet. Features 18 gauge steel exterior sidewalls.
The cabinet shell is epoxy coated to provide a
durable chemical resistant surface.
2. Door Assembly. Depending on the width, the
cabinet features one or two manual closing, nonlocking doors. The doors are 18 gauge epoxy
coated steel and feature a strike and latch assembly
to hold them in position once closed. The backs of
the doors are lined with polyethylene to provide
additional corrosion protection.
3. Vent Connection. Cabinet features two vent
connections located on the back wall of the cabinet.
These vents are open. Using a Vent Kit, the cabinet
may be vented to the fume hood or directly outside.
Instructions for venting can be found on page 22.
For Acid Vent Kit accessory see page 43.
4. Optional – Accessory Shelf. Features 16 gauge
steel shelf with polyethylene molded tray to hold
spills and provides a chemical resistant surface. The
shelf support kit allows height adjustment.
5. Leveling Feet. Four individual leveling feet provide
adjustability to level the cabinet per the
requirements of your laboratory floor.
6. Acid Shelf Liners. Vacuum formed polyethylene
liner trays fit down into both the adjustable shelf
and the bottom floor of the cabinet. These liner
trays give additional chemical resistance to the
cabinet interior and are removable for easy
cleaning. The liners are watertight in construction
and will contain any minor spills and/or drips from
containers stored in the cabinet.
7. Interior Liner. Interior sides and back are fully
lined with polyethylene plastic to provide excellent
corrosion resistance.
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Protector Acid Storage Cabinet
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Protector Solvent Storage Cabinets
Models 9902000, 9902100, 9902200, 9902300,
9902400, 9903000, 9903100, 9903200, 9903300,
9903400, 9906000, 9906100, 9906200, 9906300
S
1. Double Wall Construction. Cabinet features 18
gauge epoxy coated steel exterior and interior liner
walls with a 1-1/2" air space located between them.
2. Locking Door Assembly. Cabinet features one or
two manual closing doors. The doors are held in
the closed position by the three position-locking
handles. NOTE: Some models feature one or two
self-closing doors.
3. Shelf. 16 gauge steel shelf features fully welded
corners to hold spills and epoxy coated to provide a
chemical resistant surface. The shelf supports
inside the cabinet allows for height adjustment.
4. Vent Connection. Two vent connections are
located on the back wall of the cabinet and are
diametrically opposed. Each vent connection
includes a threaded coupling, two flame arrestors,
and closure plugs. Instructions for venting can be
found on page 23.
5. Leveling Feet Four individual leveling feet provide
adjustability to level the cabinet per the
requirements of your laboratory floor.
6. Optional Self-Closing Doors. Some models
include a self-closing door mechanism to close
doors automatically in case of fire.
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Protector Solvent Storage Cabinet
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Protector Vacuum Pump Storage Cabinets
Models 9907000, 9907100
1. Cabinet – Features 18 gauge steel exterior
sidewalls. The cabinet shell has been epoxy coated
to provide a durable chemical resistant surface.
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2. Door Assembly – Cabinet features one manual
closing, non-locking door. The door is of 18 gauge
epoxy coated steel and features a strike and latch
assembly to hold it in position once closed.
3. Vent Connection. Cabinet features two vent
connections on the back wall of the cabinet. These
vent openings have been left open and venting is
left to the discretion of the customer.
4. Electrical Connection – Cabinet features 115V, 60
Hz electrical outlet to provide power for the vacuum
pump.
5. Leveling Feet – Four individual leveling feet
provide adjustability to level the cabinet per the
requirements of your laboratory floor.
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Protector Vacuum Pump Storage Cabinet
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Installation
Cabinet Leveling – All Models
Each cabinet is supplied with four independent leveling
feet. These leveling feet have been packaged separately
and must be installed on the bottom of the cabinet
before installation. Each leveling foot is independently
adjustable by turning it by means of a crescent wrench
underneath the cabinet. All of the leveling feet, with
exception to the Solvent Storage Cabinet, can be
adjusted with a flat blade screw driver from inside the
cabinet through the access holes in the lower metal pan.
A
S
B
V
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A
B
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Vent Installation – Acid and Standard
Base Cabinet
To ventilate the Acid Storage Cabinet and the Standard
Base Storage Cabinet properly, first decide which of the
two vent connections in the back of the cabinet that you
intend to use. The lower vent connection should be
used for heavier than air vapors and the upper vent
connection should be used for lighter than air vapors to
obtain the best results within the cabinet structure.
Vent Kit, P/N 35911, allows the Acid Storage Cabinet
or Standard Base Cabinet to be vented directly into a
Protector® Laboratory Hood. Run the vent line
through either the work surface and fume hood or
connect through separate duct system to the outside.
The vent is sized for 2" diameter nominal PVC pipe.
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Vent Installation – Solvent Storage
Cabinet
To ventilate the cabinet properly remove both the
exterior and interior barrel plugs from the vent
connection that you are venting.
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The lower vent connection should be used for heavier
than air vapors and the higher vent connection on the
back wall should be used for lighter than air vapors to
obtain the best fume removal within the cabinet.
The cabinet vent connections are designed to accept 2"
diameter threaded metal pipe material, which can be
purchased locally. Once the connection on the back of
the cabinet has been completed, remove both the
internal and external plugs from the remaining vent
connection to allow for proper airflow from the cabinet.
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CAUTION: Retain the barrel plugs
used with your vent connections
should it become necessary to isolate
the cabinet from the vent connection
as ducted.
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Filler Panel – All Cabinets
A
S
B
V
One 8.0" filler panel and filler panel angle has been
supplied with your cabinet to close off the plumbing
access. Attach the filler panel angle directly to the back
wall of the cabinet structure using the four #8 sheet
metal screws that hold the back panel in position. Next,
attach the filler panel to this angle by the three #8 sheet
metal screws provided.
Different filler panel depths are available; refer to
Appendix C: Storage Cabinet Accessories for filler
panel selection.
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SpillStopper™ Work Surface
Once your cabinet has been properly leveled, vented
(optional), and filler panel installed, place the epoxy
work surface directly on top of the cabinet. It is not
necessary to attach the work surface to the cabinet. It is
held in place both by its own weight and the weight of
the fume hood and other equipment on top of it. Align
the work surface on top of the cabinet before making
plumbing or electrical connections through the work
surface itself. Normally, the work surface is aligned
flush with the top front of the cabinet and overhangs the
back of the cabinet.
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A
S
B
V
WARNING: Never use screws and/or
bolts to fasten the epoxy molded work
surface directly to the cabinet as this
can damage the work surface.
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SpillStopper™ Work Surface Installation Detail
Hood Depth
“B”
33.19"
39.19"
45.19"
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Dimensions Shown in Inches
Hood Internal
Filler Panel
Depth
Depth
“D”
“E”
24"
8"
30"
14"
36"
20"
Work Surface
Depth
30"
36"
42"
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Electrical Ground Connection – Solvent
Storage Cabinet
Use the grounding screw located in the lower right hand
corner on the back panel of your solvent storage cabinet
to properly ground the cabinet structure. Remove the
grounding screw and attach a grounding wire directly to
the back of the cabinet at this point. Make sure you
have a tight bond when you retighten the grounding
screw.
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Shelf Liner – Acid Storage Cabinet
A
S
Polyethylene liner trays have been included in your
Acid Storage Cabinet for added chemical resistance.
Place a shelf liner in the cabinet floor. The watertight
tray collects spills and drips from bottles and containers
stored within the cabinet.
Adjustable Shelf – Solvent Storage
Cabinet
Remove the four shelf brackets included with the
cabinet’s leveling feet and place one bracket in each of
the shelf positions located on the interior walls of the
cabinet. Make sure that the shelf brackets are located at
the same height to assure that the shelf will be level
when placed in its working position. To install, simply
squeeze the shelf bracket with pliers and place in the
shelf positions of your cabinet.
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Junction Box Connection – Vacuum
Pump Storage Cabinet
Connect power to the electrical junction box, provided
for the vacuum pump, through the back panel to the
receptacle.
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Environmental Conditions
This equipment is designed to be safe under the
following conditions:
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Indoor use
Altitude up to 6562 Ft. (2000m)
Temperature 41° to 104° F (5° to 40°C)
Maximum relative humidity 80% for
temperatures up to 88°F (31°C) decreasing
linearly to 50% relative humidity at 104°F
(40°C)
Main supply voltage fluctuations not to
exceed ± 10% of the nominal voltage
Transient overvoltages according to
Installation Categories II (Overvoltage
Categories per IEC 1010)
Pollution degrees 2, in accordance with IEC
664, normally only non-conductive foreign
matter, solid, liquid, or gaseous (ionized
gases), that may produce a reduction of
dielectric strength or surface resistivity
occurs. Occasionally, however, a temporary
conductivity caused by condensation must
be expected
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CHAPTER 4
USING YOUR
STORAGE CABINET
After the Storage Cabinet has been installed as detailed
in Chapter 3: Getting Started, you are ready to begin
using it. Read this chapter to learn how to:
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Properly store and vent chemicals.
Operate it in a safe manner.
Normal Operation
Although the Storage Cabinet is engineered to maintain
the optimum in operator safety, caution should always
be used while working with it. Good general
housekeeping procedures with the following specific
recommendations should allow you to operate your
cabinet safely for years to come.
•
Properly vent your storage cabinet to the
outside atmosphere.
•
It is not recommended to store solvents and
acids in the same storage cabinet. For best
results, use two separate storage cabinets to
safeguard or protect these materials.
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•
Do not block open the door assembly on the
solvent storage cabinet. This is an unsafe
practice should a fire occur.
•
Do not store flammable material in excess of
the individual Solvent Storage Cabinet
rating. Ratings are located on the nameplate
of each Solvent Storage Cabinet.
•
Do not block either vent connection as it
will alter the airflow pattern in the cabinet
and could interfere with ventilation of the
cabinet.
•
Always clean up spills immediately to
prolong the life of your Storage Cabinet.
CHAPTER 5
MAINTAINING YOUR
STORAGE CABINETS
Under normal conditions, the Storage Cabinet requires
little maintenance. The following maintenance
schedule is recommended:
As Needed:
Remove liquid containers from cabinet and clean up
spills.
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APPENDIX A
STORAGE CABINET
DIMENSIONS
The following drawings provide dimensions for the
Standard Base Cabinet, Acid Storage Cabinet, Solvent
Storage Cabinet, and the Vacuum Pump Cabinet.
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Appendix A: Storage Cabinet Dimensions
Protector Standard Base Cabinet
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Appendix A: Storage Cabinet Dimensions
Protector Acid Storage Cabinet
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Appendix A: Storage Cabinet Dimensions
Protector Solvent Storage Cabinet
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Appendix A: Storage Cabinet Dimensions
Protector Vacuum Pump Cabinet
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Appendix A: Storage Cabinet Dimensions
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APPENDIX B
STORAGE CABINET
REPLACEMENT
PARTS
The following pages list components that are typical
replacement parts. If other parts are required, contact
Product Service.
Part #
1928300
1663600
1928400
3598300
1934500
1930600
9921200
9921201
9921202
9921203
1933400
9917100
9717101
9920700
9922100
9922101
9922102
9922103
9922104
Description
Leveling Feet
Door Bumpers
Handle, Acid
Lock Handle, Solvent
Rotary Catch, Door Latch
Shelf Support Clip, Solvent
48" Adjusting Solvent Shelf
36" Adjusting Solvent Shelf
30" Adjusting Solvent Shelf
24" Adjusting Solvent Shelf
Bushing, Nylon – Door Hinge Support
Lower Hinge Assembly, Right
Lower Hinge Assembly, Left
Upper Hinge Pin
48" Lower Acid Polyethylene Tray
36" Lower Acid Polyethylene Tray
30" Lower Acid Polyethylene Tray
24" Lower Acid Polyethylene Tray
18" Lower Acid Polyethylene Tray
Cabinet Type
All
All
All but Solvent
Solvent Only
All but Solvent
Solvent Only
Solvent Only
Solvent Only
Solvent Only
Solvent Only
All
All
All
All
Acid Only
Acid Only
Acid Only
Acid Only
Acid Only
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Appendix B: Storage Cabinet Replacement Parts
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APPENDIX C
STORAGE CABINET
ACCESSORIES
The following accessories are available for the Storage
Cabinets.
Vent Kit - Part No. 3591100
Vent Kit includes one PVC adapter, one PVC 90°
elbow, locknut and one section of 2" diameter PVC
pipe for venting the cabinet through a Protector®
SpillStopper Work Surface and into a fume hood.
A
B
V
Shelf Kits for Acid Storage Cabinets These kits provide additional shelf, polyethylene
tray, and mounting hardware.
48"
36"
30"
24"
18"
A
9919000
9919001
9919002
9919003
9919004
Shelf Kits for Standard Base Cabinets –
These kits provide additional shelf, and mounting
hardware.
48"
36"
30"
24"
18"
12"
B
9919100
9919101
9919102
9919103
9919104
9919105
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Appendix C: Storage Cabinet Accessories
Work Surfaces
A
S
B
V
9727500
9727501
9727502
9727503
9727504
9727505
9727506
9727507
9727508
9727509
9727510
9727511
9727512
9727513
9727514
9727515
9727516
9727517
9727518
9727519
9727520
9732000
9732001
9732002
9732003
9732004
9732005
9732006
9732007
4' Work Surface Only, 30" Depth
5' Work Surface Only, 30" Depth
6' Work Surface Only, 30" Depth
8' Work Surface Only, 30" Depth
10' Work Surface Only, 30" Depth – Two Piece
12' Work Surface Only, 30" Depth – Two Piece
16' Work Surface Only, 30" Depth – Three Piece
4' Work Surface Only, 36" Depth
5' Work Surface Only, 36" Depth
6' Work Surface Only, 36" Depth
8' Work Surface Only, 36" Depth
10' Work Surface Only, 36" Depth – Two Piece
12' Work Surface Only, 36" Depth – Two Piece
16' Work Surface Only, 36" Depth – Three Piece
4' Work Surface Only, 42" Depth
5' Work Surface Only, 42" Depth
6' Work Surface Only, 42" Depth
8' Work Surface Only, 42” Depth
10' Work Surface Only, 42" Depth – Two Piece
12' Work Surface Only, 42" Depth – Three Piece
16' Work Surface Only, 42" Depth – Three Piece
4' HOPEC Work Surface
5' HOPEC Work Surface
6' HOPEC Work Surface
8' HOPEC Work Surface
4' HOPEC Work Surface with (1) cupsink cutout
5' HOPEC Work Surface with (1) cupsink cutout
6' HOPEC Work Surface with (1) cupsink cutout
8' HOPEC Work Surface with (1) cupsink cutout
Other Work Surfaces with cutout options are available. Contact Labconco
Corporation for ordering.
Self-Closing Doors for Solvent Storage Cabinets
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9914700
9914701
9914702
Self-Closing Solvent Left Hinged Door Kit
Self-Closing Solvent Right Hinged Door Kit
Self-Closing Solvent Double Door Kit
Appendix C: Storage Cabinet Accessories
Filler Panel Kits
9920300
9920301
9920302
9920303
9920304
9920305
9920306
9920307
Panel, Filler 24" for Interior depth Protector XL Fume Hood
Panel, Filler 30" for Interior depth Protector XL Fume Hood
Panel, Filler 36" for Interior depth Protector XL Fume Hood
Panel, Filler ADA 24" for Interior depth Protector XL Fume
Hood
Panel, Filler ADA 30" for Interior depth Protector XL Fume
Hood
Panel, Filler ADA 36" for Interior depth Protector XL Fume
Hood
Panel, Filler Protector Fume Hood
Panel, Filler ADA Protector Fume Hood
A
S
B
V
*Individual kits contain one filler panel, filler panel angle, and
mounting screws.
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Appendix C: Storage Cabinet Accessories
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APPENDIX D
QUICK REFERENCE
STORAGE CABINETS
Size/Description
48"
36"
30"
24"
18"
12"
48" w/Self Closing Doors
36" w/Self Closing Doors
30" w/Self Closing Doors
24" w/Self Closing Doors
24" ADA
24" ADA w/Self Closing
Doors
18" ADA
12" ADA
Size/Description
48"
36"
30"
24"
18"
12"
48" w/Self Closing Doors
36" w/Self Closing Doors
30" w/Self Closing Doors
24" w/Self Closing Doors
24" ADA
24" ADA w/Self Closing
Doors
18" ADA
12" ADA
Dual Doors
9902000
9902100
9902200
9903000
9903100
9903200
-
SOLVENT
Right Hinge
9902300
9903300
9906000
9906200
-
STANDARD BASE
Dual Doors
Right Hinge
9900000
9900100
9900200
9900300
9900400
9900500
9904000
-
9904100
9904200
Left Hinge
9902400
9903400
9906100
9906300
Dual Doors
9901000
9901100
9901200
-
ACID
Right Hinge
9901300
9901400
9905000
-
-
-
9905100
-
Left Hinge
9900600
9900700
9900800
9904300
9904400
9904500
Left Hinge
9901500
9901600
9905200
9905300
-
VACUUM PUMP
Dual Doors Right Hinge Left Hinge
9907000
9907100
-
-
-
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