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SAFETY FIRST IN FOLDABLE STILLAGES

16-05-2017
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Folding sides lock into place (inset)

The full range of collapsible and foldable stillages designed and manufactured by Kobot Systems are now NATA certified. These foldable, pallet-sized metal containers have been designed with a number of important safety features to ensure the wellbeing of all personnel

The stillages can be specified with folding mesh or solid sides. Importantly, the folding sides feature a unique and easy-to-operate safety locking mechanism (illustrated) that ensures the sides do not collapse when the stillage is loaded.

As a further health and safety feature, two sides of each stillage can be removed to provide easy access for loading and unloading. This avoids unnecessary spinal stress on personnel who would otherwise have to lean over the side to reach the inside of the stillage.

Kobot Systems
08 9307 8178
www.kobot.com.au

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