10011R Replacement Hammer
10011R Replacement Hammer
CATO CHIEF – SECOND TO NONE
Cato has been providing the quality Chief fire extinguisher
cabinets since 1984. 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.
• Made in the U.S.A.
• Cannot rust
• No sharp corners
• No glass to shatter
• Pitched drainage
• Natural ventilation
• Lower freight cost
• Less storage space
• Easily cleaned
• No padlock required
• High density injection molded
• All sizes in red or white
• Lower replacement costs
• Cylinder lock with key
• Red or white injection molded plastic hammer with
flexible torsion and ribbed grip
• Stainless steel clear nylon jacketed
• Grid-scored, UV-resistant break panel for improved
• UV-resistant labels.
• Protective frame
• Lower maintenance cost
JL Industries FAQ
Do Any of Your Products Qualify for LEED Credits?
Yes, most of our products qualify for at least one type of LEED credit. Aluminum, Stainless Steel and CRS products all contain pre and post consumer Recycled Content. Products that are painted by our no-VOC’s powder coating processqualify for the Low Emitting Materials credit. Most JL, Samson and Thomas products are manufactured at one of the following locations:
Bloomington Minnesota, Commerce California, Fort Myers Florida. Use of the Regional Materials credit is dependent on the product purchased and installation location.
See the LEED Information Pages for complete, detailed information.
What is the difference between a fire-rated cabinet and a non-fire-rated cabinet?
The Fire-FX™ and Fire-FX2™ cabinets are insulated with approved fire-resistant material. Our architectural series of cabinets are insulated on the outside of the tub with Thermafiber™ insulation, and the heavy-duty Security and School cabinets have a regular cabinet tub surrounded by a layer of type “X” drywall and an additional layer of steel. These have been tested and approved for use in fire-rated walls by national testing agencies. The regular cabinet tubs are not resistive to fire.
Do any of your cabinets meet the ADA criteria?
Yes, look for Model Numbers in Blue to find cabinets that comply with ADA projection requirements. This includes:
Cabinets with the number “2” as the fourth character of the model number. These models project only 4″ from the wall and include a flush pull.
All trimless and flat trim models with any handle.
All 1 1/4″, 1 1/2″, 2 1/2″ or 3″ trim models with any handle—excluding bubble cabinets.