Your Tool Experts for Storage Equipment
Busy mechanics need to find the right tool for the task in mind without delay. Storage Equipment help to organise tools and equipment into chests, cabinets and wall units for ease of access.
Professional auto mechanics need robust heavy duty storage options for everyday use, whereas DIY auto enthusiasts tend to use practical storage units. Larger storage cabinets & chests come with wheels to enable greater manoeuvrability around the garage, and some tool storage units also come with built-in workstations to improve working efficiency.
Storage Equipment help to organise tools and equipment into chests, cabinets and wall units for ease of access.
Wall mounted storage cabinets are similar to units found in kitchens but are more robust as they need to house heavier items. These units are a great way to keep a garage tidy and uncluttered, easier to find tools and a safe environment for mechanics to work. They are made up of cupboards, drawers and shelves, and usually have flat work surfaces under the wall units.
Garage Shelves & Racking
Garage racking are delivered flat-pack and built in the garage for tools and equipment to be stored on the shelving. Modern racking is made from galvanised steel and are usually boltless shelves, making them easy to assemble. The shelves are strong and safe, and will last for years. The strength and versatility of the shelves makes them perfect for a range of different applications in garages, workshops and sheds.
Tool Cabinets & Chests
Floor standing tool cabinets are fitted with robust wheels to allow mechanics to manoeuvre the cabinet around the garage, allowing the tools to be on-hand when working on the vehicle. The cabinets are finished in a powder coating for a tough exterior and come in a range of drawer options, from just a few drawers to 7, 8 and 9 drawers. There are also wheeled tool trays, around waist-height that can be used around the garage in lieu of another flat surface, the mobility option allowing the unit to be alongside the mechanic as they work.
Every mechanic has a toolbox, it’s a basic requirement. These are usually for small hand tools to be stored and carried. They are made from heavy duty plastics for durability and have several trays and compartments for smaller items such as screws, nuts & bolts.
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