The design of the Allergy Emergency Kit product line is intentionally highly flexible and configurable - but that does not mean we recommend doing whatever you want with it! Please note the examples below of what we hope you will not do with your cabinets.
Don't Install Your Cabinet Somewhere That Could Remain Locked Up While The Rest of the Building Is Open
The most basic function of an Allergy Emergency Kit cabinet is that it is supposed to be available for emergencies 24/7/365 - whenever the building is in use. Make sure you have at least one cabinet that is always accessible even when the building is minimally in-use.
Don't Forget to Use The Velcro. The View Through The Window Is What Tells You Auto-Injectors Are Inside!
The Allergy Emergency Kit was designed to not need shelves - it is not a shelving unit. The design of the AEK is meant to permanently support all brands and designs of auto-injector, past, present and future. Make sure when you are looking through the glass you can see everything that is in the cabinet. That is why we ship our hallway/lunchroom epinephrine cabinets with strip velcro (for Benadryl) and velcro coins (for auto injectors).
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