External Cabinet for Defibrillator
Manufactured to the highest of standards, the AED Armor Mild Steel Locked cabinet with heating will ensure your AED is safe, secure and kept at a working temperature at all times.
The cabinet’s high visibility, alongside the printed chain of survival on the cabinet door, will aid any first responder in delivering the life-saving treatment to the victim of sudden cardiac arrest.
Our outdoor cabinets are also equipped with a thermostatically designed heating system to ensure that your defibrillator is kept in a full working order during all weather conditions.
Prior to purchasing this cabinet, please contact your local ambulance service for the code required in your area. You will then have to provide this information to Hand on Heart so we can ensure the cabinet is shipped with the required code, preset.
- IP66 rating
- Universal for all AEDs
- Marine grade Stainless Steel keypad lock – this is set by the manufacturer, please advise at point of purchase for specific code requirements
- External viewing window
- Removable torch
- Resuscitation Council Guidelines signage
- 3 pin plug for easier installation
- Motion Sensor LED to illuminate the cabinet when opened
- Powder coated to prevent erosion
- Thermostatically designed heating system, ensuring your defibrillator is kept at an optimum working temperature
- 2 year warranty
Cabinet’s External Dimensions: 400mm (H) x 400mm (W) x 250mm (D)
Thickness of the metal: 1.5mm Thick
Type of metal: Mild Steel
Thickness and type of powder coating: 100 Microns electrostatic polyester powder
UV Protection: Some
Handle Materials: Stainless Steel
Fasteners Material: Sheridised mild steel
There should be one person, nominated as a “guardian” to check and maintain the cabinet on a regular basis.
To lubricate the opening mechanism, we advise using WD40 or GT85 every couple of months. Locked cabinets that reside within 5 miles of the coast should have the keypads sprayed every 2 weeks.
It is also advised that the cabinet is opened weekly for a general test to ensure the lock is fully functional, the light illuminates on opening when it is dark to help ensure the AED has everything required for action in an emergency.
If the light does not illuminate on your self-test, this will be due to the batteries depleting. You can replace the batteries with 4 x AAA batteries every 12 months to prevent this.
You should clean the cabinet once a month using a good quality car wax. This will help to maintain the shine of the cabinet and add further protection to the paint finish on the cabinet’s exterior