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Reduce oxidation and the likelihood of mishaps.
Effectively sealing products inside of the proper container allows for reduced oxidation. You can further reduce naturally occurring oxidation by vacuuming out the air in a container after you seal it.
Larger storage containers (such as gallon-size glass jugs for solvents) – especially ones that are flammable – will require additional storage precautions. In some cases, you may need to make use of a chemical storage cabinet.
These cabinets will contain any escaped volatiles, preventing a potentially explosive situation. Cabinets and containers of all sizes are used heavily in labs all over the world.
Storage is a key component of lab safety.
While relatively simple in concept, the importance of proper storage for a laboratory cannot be overstated. It’s simply a critical part of running a responsible, efficient, and safe laboratory.
What kinds of storage containers do I need?
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