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Chest and Cabinet Provides Storage for Hand, Electric Tools - Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp. - Facility Management Product Release


Chest and Cabinet Provides Storage for Hand, Electric Tools: Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp.

Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp.
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The 46-inch steel storage chest and cabinet was built for extreme productivity with the function, durability and organization options that professional users need every day.

“Many storage solutions in this category do not have the durability that professionals expect, and do not provide users with the versatility they desire,” says Bobby Shaw, Director of Product Marketing for Milwaukee Tool. “Thoughtfully designed from the ground up, Milwaukee’s new storage solution features a reinforced angle iron frame and 5-inch industrial casters for ultimate durability, and is fully loaded with innovative features to maximize productivity.”

With 16 drawers that include 100-pound soft close slides, and two that include a second set of slides to support 200 pounds, the storage chest and cabinet can support a weight capacity of 1,800 pounds. Every inch of the space is maximized with features such as a built-in power center for instant access to power and a pull-out work surface for using and storing a laptop or documents.

For added utility, a power tool organizer keep tools upright, and an independent locking drawer keeps valuables and personal goods secured while working. Under the pneumatic lid, users can also store tools on the integrated metal peg wall, or upright directly on the work surface, with 10½ inches of clearance from the lid when closed.


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posted: 5/26/2015