[Histonet] Flammable / explosion proof refrigerator
Timothy.Morken <@t> ucsfmedctr.org
Thu Feb 9 11:23:03 CST 2012
Angela, the only "requirement" I know of is your need to store solvents that could ignite if the thermostat switch sparks. We have one for special stains. We also have one that has one bottle of acetone in it. The vapor from that could ignite.
They aren't that much more expensive than a regular refrigerator. They just put the thermostat switch on the outside rather than the inside.
Supervisor, Histology, IPOX
UCSF Medical Center
San Francisco, CA, USA
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Subject: [Histonet] Flammable / explosion proof refrigerator
What is the criteria for volume and NFPA rating of a reagent for a flammable / explosion proof refrigertor?
I know many of us do not have the necessary refrigerator, but I would assume there should be some kind of criteria or "rule" to help justify getting an equipped refrigerator for flammable refrigerated reagents.
Please let me know some facts!
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