The Classification of Lab Furniture - Lab Cabinets

Lab cabinets


1.  Drug cabinets 

Drug cabinet is an essential cabinet in a chemistry lab. Place mainly solid chemical reagents and standard solutions there,and those must be placed in different categories, also can not be mixed together. Chemical reagents should be placed in different categories for easy access. At the same time, for the sake of safety, the cabinet should be provided with glass doors and windows, and the cabinet body should have a certain bearing capacity and corrosion resistance.

2.  Cabinet for special use


(1) sample cabinets: sample cabinet which keeps various experimental samples should have the

partition lattice where can be labelled , for the storage of samples and finding samples. Because some samples, according to the physical properties of samples and chemical stability, they need to be put into the dryer save. Thus the lattice has different size, so that it will be easy to store different sample.

(2) drug storage cabinets: used for storing liquid reagents, such as hydrochloric acid, nitric acid, perchloric acid, organic reagents and other volatile drugs. They are usually made of wood and also made of steel. They can store reagents of different specifications. Cabinets are stable and can be used side by side or fixed with ground walls.

(3) dangerous goods storage cabinets: simple storage and short term storage for dangerous articles, made of stainless steel or made of refractory bricks.

(4) glassware drying and storage cabinets:  utensils after being cleaned should be kept in a bracket and bracket should be fixed with the guide and the  cabinet for convenient access.  Each layer of the bracket can be resized according to the size of vessel. The bracket should have good ventilation,  for cleaning and dry.


In addition, there are tools cabinet, sundry goods cabinets, and lockers.