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BAC to the future for tool trolley design

23-11-2011
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Long-considered the industry standard in Mobile Tool Storage, the BAC Tooltrolley range has now lifted this standard to a new height.

BAC now offers new features and a range of optional upgrades designed to enhance the easy functionality and durability of its Tooltrolleys.

It’s no wonder that these Australian Made Tooltrolleys have recently been awarded the Standards Australia Golden Award.

The Steel Traytop with a rubber mat, standard on all BAC Tooltrolleys, means that you can take your workbench with you.

A Stainless Steel Traytop is also available for oily environments, such as in the automotive industry, and an optional 3” Dawn Vice can be included. This ensures the BAC Tooltrolley has the full functionality of a workbench.

BAC supplies its Tooltrolleys with heavy-duty 125mm diameter polyamide castors, anchored to the cabinet’s structure, to ensure easy mobility over rough surfaces.

For areas with grounds that are extremely rough, BAC Systems now offers an upgrade to 150mm diameter urethane castors with an increased load-bearing capacity and a wider footprint for each castor.

The optional BAC Codelock Keyless System is an electronic lock with a keypad that allows you to do away with your keys and all of the problems associated with them. The BAC Codelock can ensure secure access to your tools with no fuss.

BAC Single Drawer Locks ensure the drawers will never open unexpectedly.

BAC Cabinets, with Single Drawer Locks, have been shocked tested to maintain integrity even when being transported across the roughest roads.

The BAC Tooltrolley is a “must” piece of equipment for every workplace.

BAC Systems has been a leading designer of Australian-made modular workplace and storage solutions, and is accredited by Standards Australia.

BAC drawer storage systems, modular workbenches and mobile tooltrolleys are used in a broad variety of workplaces from workshops, stores and automotive setups to laboratories, classrooms and art storage facilities.

BAC Systems
Ph: 02 9832 2777
www.bacsystems.com.au

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