Date: Mon, 21 Jun 2010 09:14:38 -0500
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From: "Long, Don" <don.long**At_Symbol_Here**WGINT.COM>
Subject: Re: Chemical Storage Cabinets
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All consider whether or not the cabinets will require venting - and how.

Don A. Long
Southwest Research Institute Laboratory
Pine Bluff Chemical Agent Disposal Facility
PO Box 20130
White Hall, AR  71612

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Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] Chemical Storage Cabinets

I am working with a Christian high school chemistry program that would like
    to purchase chemical storage cabinets for corrosives and flammable liquids.

For me, the most important thing to remember about this request is that at least two different types of cabinets will be needed.  One obviously is for flammables.  But the term "corrosives" is not very descriptive and both acids and alkalis could be involved requiring a third type of cabinet.


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