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Increase Efficiencies with Modular Workbenches

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Personal workbenches can be a large investment, so it is important to make sure they will remain useful for as long as possible. One way to ensure you get the most use out of your workbenches is to upgrade to a fully modular workbench.

Being one of the most versatile workbenches on the market today, these can be customized with a number of accessories based on the job requirements, including: 

  • Perforated panels for hanging peg hooks 
  • Louvered panels for hanging storage bins
  • An LED work light for added visibility
  • Hanger bar for bins
  • Flat shelf or sloped shelves
  • Air hose bracket with two fittings
  • Electrical bar with a switchable 6-outlet surge protector
  • Available in 13 colors

With nearly endless configurations, these workbenches ensure that your workers will always have the proper tool and/or parts within arms reach at all times, maximizing their productivity by eliminating the need to gather more materials.

The bench tops are available in both hardwood or steel, ensuring they stand up to the daily wear and tear, while also protecting the items being assembled. Casters can also be added to the legs, making these workbench fully mobile. This is a great option to enforce social distancing within your facility by easily spacing out workstations according to current guidelines.

The benches are made in the USA and offer a 3,000 pound overall capacity. Depending on the manufacturer, some units come fully built, so there is no need for additional labor costs for setup and assembly – just remove the packaging, set them in place and you’re all set! 

If you’re looking for a way to keep your employees productive while also following social distance guidelines, contact us today to learn more about these mobile and module workbenches.

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