Fire Extinguisher Cabinet
Made in the USA
The majority of fire extinguisher
cabinets are made in the USA. With the superior quality and the jobs
American products provide, you can be assured that the products you
purchase will last. Many consumers search out products that are made in
the USA as where a product made can give you peace of mind knowing you
can contact the manufacturer with any questions or concerns.
Made in the USA Chart
JL Industries |
JL Industries has production facilities Bloomington Minnesota and
California. They have been known for their quality fire extinguishers,
cabinets and accessories for over 65 years. Their fire extinguisher
cabinets and the majority of their other products are produced in this
84,000 square feet production facility featuring robotic welding and CNC
cutting. The quality of their cabinets is recognizable and they stay up
to date on on the latest technology. They are known for having "the
widest selection of extinguisher, valve and hose cabinets in the world."
Larsen's has been manufacturing
quality building construction and fire protection equipment for over 45
years. They proudly manufacture most of their fire cabinets and fire
protection equipment out of their production facilities in Minneapolis
and Florida. Their fire extinguisher cabinets are designed for all types
of buildings and are equipped with conventional door styles such as full
glass door glazing, vertical duo door glazing and solid door glazing.
Larsen's takes the quality of their cabinets seriously and constructs
their cabinets with the best materials such as stainless steel or
CATO Manufactures all
of their products in the USA, they are located in Orlando, FL. There are
many benefits to manufacturing their products in the United States of
course, the most obvious is that they are providing Americans with jobs.
But perhaps the most important is the quality of the product is so much
better than overseas competition. They use a higher grade of plastic
that will last longer in the field. The Cato Chief also has thicker
frames in order to brace the extinguisher with than our inferior,
overseas competition. The emergency access break panels are cut and
scored from virgin acrylic Plaskolite which has a much longer U.V.
resistance than the crystal polystyrene panels used by our competitor.
Our side identifying "FIRE" labels on each cabinet body are made with
U.V. resistant ink, unlike the overseas competitors.