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Double fire extinguisher box

Manufactured by Jonesco, and constructed of corrosion and shatter-proof rotationally moulded polyethylene. (PE700) Much more durable and long-lasting than older style fibreglass boxes. Houses two standard 9kg fire extinguishers. All of our 9kg units as well as Chubb Fire’s will fit. Many other brands will also fit within this cabinet. Please check dimensions for compatibility with your particular unit. Dimensions included on our product description pages include both hose and hose holder in the base. The only exception is our 5kg CO2 extinguisher. It will not fit inside this cabinet. Box protects your equipment from the elements, and also discourages vandalism and improper usage. Suitable for outdoor storage. Rubber seal keeps out the elements. Integrated retaining strap. Easily mounted on wall, post, floor or truck using standard screws and wall plugs. Optional features include lock and key and audible alarm. The locking version includes two triangular keys concealed beneath the Perspex cabinet front. Exterior measurements are 720mm high, 580mm wide and 270mm deep. Interior dimensions are 640mm high, 525mm wide and 205mm deep.
Price and Quantity
Normal price: £116.85
Simply price: £76.64 + vat (£91.97 inc. vat)
Available: In Stock
Delivery: Next working day if ordered before 2pm
Cabinet alarm
Twin locks
Details and Dimensions
  • Two internal straps to keep items place
  • Height 720 mm exterior/640 mm interior
  • Width 580 mm exterior/525 mm interior
  • Depth 270 mm exterior/205 mm interior
  • Made by Chubb Fire
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