The following criteria should be considered when selecting a tool cabinet:
The purpose for which you need the cabinet is also crucial to making sure you make the right choice. When it comes to storing tools, drawer cabinets are mainly used. If you need to store lots of different items, a universal cabinet with swing or sliding doors and storage shelves is the best solution. These cabinets are also available with open storage bins, which are ideal for storing large numbers of small parts. When it comes to machining, special CNC cabinets are available that can securely and clearly store your expensive CNC tools. If you need to protect your tools against damage from electrostatic discharge, then conductive ESD tool cabinets are the ideal choice.
If there's one constant in woodworking benches of today and of yore, it's their very diversity, but simply put, a good bench is one that perfectly suits its user's needs.
Not all laboratories are alike. Some have basic requirements. Some have Electro Static Dissipative (ESD) requirements. Some have cleanroom requirements. And, still other laboratories require sterilization processes or microbial protection for the work they do. These labs call for specialized laboratory furniture. In these lab environments, stainless steel cabinets and furniture are the “go to” option.
Why? Because stainless steel has unique properties that make it a perfect fit.
Warehouse racking, also known as storage or pallet racking, is a material handling system suitable for mass storage of goods unitized on skids or pallets. It allows efficient utilization of space while providing easy access to stockpiled items for better inventory control. Shelve Racks are used by manufacturers for mass storage of mostly non-perishable products when storage space is not enough. Palletized products are usually stacked up to not more than three layers before it becomes unsafe and prone to collapse. A racking system enables the manufacturer to store palletized products up to five to seven stacks high, depending on the available height.
And you may be surprised by how environmentally friendly each is when considered across its lifetime.
For starters, let’s look at cardboard storage boxes with lids. These offer protection for goods and items and, to a limited extent, can be stacked up securely. They are easy to label and, can be extremely cost efficient.
Cardboard storage boxes can be used for a wide range of uses. They can be used for sending fragile items through the post, be it books, mugs, DVDs and more. They can, with the right inserts, also be used to ship and store wine bottles, leveraging the natural protective qualities of strong cardboard to protect the contents.
In fact, cardboard boxes come in such a large variety of shapes and sizes – and with a cornucopia of opens and flaps – that they can be used for almost any storage or shipping purpose. There are long boxes, flat boxes, pallet boxes for stacking on pallets, as well as boxes for shipping and even specialist uses. You can even tailor your box to your product with our adjustable and telescopic cardboard boxes.