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Can anyone advise as to where they have purchased their lockable medicines cabinets from and a rough cost please?
I am looking to get the smallest available, but obviously need it to conform to all the recognized standards. It's to keep anaesthetic, phenol, monochlor, trichlor etc in, so doesn't need to be very big.
Thanks Ian, that looks perfect in terms of size for what I'm looking for.
I'm just not quite sure of the rules and regulation we have to conform to. I have seen a cabinet that Mobilis do that says it conforms to all the standards, but it's around £300 and far to big for my needs.
That cabinet isn't too bad for size and can be wall mounted. However, having owned one for home use I found the lock to be pretty poor quality and can be turned very easily without the key in. So Karen I would steer clear!