Boscotek’s new heavy duty workbenches improve workflow


Industrial Storage and Workshop Equipment is integral to any successful manufacturing business.

The product selection process should consider improvements to workflow and productivity by choosing draw storage cabinets and workbenches with multiple uses within the same footprint. This reduces the amount of time wasted in moving in between separate work centers to perform tasks or retrieve items.

Boscotek now offers industrial storage that is not only multifunctional, but heavy duty.

The latest product to join their range of professional industrial storage solutions is the Heavy Duty Workbench.

With its 42mm laminated timer top, solid tubular legs and large levelling feet this new workbench has the capacity to hold an impressive static distributed load of one tonne on the bench top and 100kg from the optional under shelf. The storage of tools and hardware are easily catered for with 1, 2 and 3 drawer under bench drawers with dividers, fixed shelves, adjustable shelves, louvers panels, pegboards and tool hangers.

Many custom workbench combinations can be configured through the large variety of accessories and widths. These heavy duty workbenches are suited to the most demanding industrial applications.

Boscotek has also introduced new high density drawer storage cabinets with full extension runner, allowing 100 per cent drawer access, with full visibility of the entire drawer contents.

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