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Sunday, February 5, 2012

Using industrial storage to maximize your storage needs

    An industrial cabinets (sometimes referred to as a stationery cupboard) is a large steel cabinets with shelves inside, used for storing a variety of items, often stationery or books or other office supplies. It may be used for a wide variety of other storage needs, including machine parts, hardware, or many other things; but offices are the location where they are most often found.
    Such industrial storage cabinets are typically about 6 feet high (182.9 cm.), although some models are about 7 feet (213.4 cm.) high, and others around 4 feet (121.9 cm.) high, sometimes referred to as counter size. They are often 3 feet (91.4 cm.) wide, and 1.5 feet (45.7 cm.) deep. The 6-foot height and this width and depth are standard measurements for the most common models; even in countries where metric measurements are used for describing the dimensions, these dimensions are often exact multiples of feet or inches, presumably harking back to designs that were originally planned in exact numbers of feet or inches. Most of these standard dimensions are the same as with lockers.

    industrial workbenches come with various sizes which are designed to fit across the width of the work area, fitted into brackets in the internal walls, and the position of these can be changed in small increments, thus allowing users to adjust the height of the table to their particular needs.