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Extinguisher Cabinets



bulletMade in the U.S.A.
bulletCan not rust
bulletWill not fade
bulletNo sharp corners
bulletNo glass to shatter
bulletNo paint to chip
bulletPitched drainage
bulletNatural ventilation
bulletFire retardant
bulletLess storage space
bulletEasily cleaned
bulletNo padlock required
bulletHigh density injection molded
bulletAll sizes in red or white
bulletLower replacement costs


bulletSurface or recessed installation
bulletChromium plated brass cylinder lock
bulletRed or white injection molded plastic protective lock cover
bulletRed or white injection molded plastic hammer with brass impact surface
bulletStainless steel type 304 clear nylon jacketed mechanical cable
bulletCustom colors available
bulletProtective frame
bulletLower maintenance cost
bulletOptional battery-operated alarm


Cato has been providing the quality Chief fire extinguisher cabinets since 1984 and is the world's largest manufacturer of plastic fire extinguisher cabinets and protective covers. The Chief cabinets protect the extinguisher from weather and any ambient conditions that might jeopardize its use. The elimination of metal reduces the chance of personal injuries and reduces the possibilities of product liability insurance claims. The unique design of the Chief cabinets also reduces vandalism and theft.


Fire Extinguisher Cabinet, as manufactured by Cato, Inc., with body and frame injection molded of red or white virgin high-impact crystal polystyrene of .110 wall thickness with ultra-violet inhibitors, crystal polystyrene scored panel of .100 wall thickness, chromium plated brass cylinder lock, and key with weather-proof protective lock cover and polypropylene plastic injected molded hammer with brass impact surface, flexible torsion, ribbed grip surface, and clear nylon-jacketed type 304 stainless steel mechanical cable.


GERONIMO ALARM (A) - The alarm is battery operated and will sound when the magnetic field is broken. Geronimo's battle cry should be loud enough to virtually eliminate any vandalism.



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