Hampshire-based Draper Tools has launched a new range of sheet steel modular storage cabinets and chests, laid out in a mini catalogue with different sizes, colours and specifications available.
Featured in the range are the new 26″ storage combinations which comprise a five-drawer tool chest, three-drawer intermediate chest and a seven-drawer roller cabinet, all made from sheet metal with a protective powder coated finish. Each chest has a secure locking system and ball bearing runners on the drawers.
The base cabinets are fitted with braked swivelling castors and a sturdy handle to ensure manoeuvrability around the garage or workshop. The modules can be purchased separately or as an all-in-one combo in a choice of blue, black, white or green. The range starts from around £100 excluding VAT.
Also highlighted in Draper’s new line up is the Expert Storage range, which starts with a 15-drawer 72″ combined roller cabinet and tool chest. In addition to the features of the units above, this storage system comes complete with a pull out locker with internal drawer, spring loaded suspension and soft grip pulling handles.
It also features EVA foam linings and top met, auto retention ball bearing runners and a reinforced lid with supportive gas.
For those more interested in smaller-scale organisation, Draper has included around 200 other storage products in its new catalogue which can be viewed here or a copy obtained from an Area Sales Manager.
Established in 1919, the company is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year with exclusive promotions, competitions, charity fundraising and a staff party in the pipeline.
Draper is the latest company to launch its own storage system, with Reisser releasing its Crate Mate self-locking storage system last week, aimed at electricians, plumbers, builders, joiners, kitchen fitters and DIYers.
A comprehensive round-up of the latest storage system innovations featured in Torque’s March digital issue, which features the likes of Milwaukee, Stahlwille, Makita and Sorta-Case, can be viewed here.