The flammable storage cabinet is always dangerous due to the risk of fire and the accumulation of vapors inside the cabinet. That is why the proper storage of these materials requires the use of a specially designed flammable storage cabinet. These cabinets have ports that allow pre-installed ventilation. One port provides fresh air from the outside, while the other port removes any smoke from the cabin. Connecting the vents only requires that they slide into place and extend them through an exterior wall.
Place the flammable storage cabinet in the final place. Moving it after connecting the exhaust duct is not possible. Locate the two circular ventilation holes on the sides of the box, one for an air intake and the other for the smoke exhaust. Disconnect the exhaust gas plug and insert the flame arrestor supplied with the cabinet. Measure the diameter of the exhaust opening and buy rigid metal conduit in the same diameter.
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Flammable storage cabinet, measure the distance from the exhaust opening in the cabinet to the nearest outside wall and cut a piece of duct to the same length using tin snips. Do not exceed 25 feet in length, in the conduit. Install a bit of hole saw in a drill that is the same diameter as the duct. Place the bit against the wall and cut an opening in it.