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Inadequate small parts and tool storage leads to many issues: missing items; workers getting hurt reaching for stored items; costly mix ups shipping items; not being able to find what you need quickly; wasted space; and so much more.
Our solution for improving your storage and making it work better for your small parts and tool storage is industrial shelving with drawers. This versatile system with sturdy construction and distinctive appearance will add value to your storage area. Check out the comparison below to see what you can gain from industrial shelving with drawers.
Find the Right Industrial Shelving with Drawers
Industrial shelving with drawers is available in numerous sizes and configurations to meet your specific small parts and tool storage needs. Size options include:
- 9-15 drawers
- 75” or 87” heights
- 36”, 42”, or 48” widths
- 18” or 24” depth
- Closed sides and back panels
- Floor anchor kit (shelving with drawers must be anchored to the floor)
- Adjustable shelves
- Drawers and drawer mounting brackets
- Drawers come with or without adjustable partitions and divider compartments
- Each drawer has a 400 lb load capacity with 100% extension for full access to drawer contents
More Drawer Options for Small Parts and Tool Storage
If you aren’t interested in shelving and just want the drawers for small parts and tool storage, we have more two more options available: stationary modular drawer cabinets and modular drawer cabinets on wheels. These cabinets offer the same heavy-duty storage with even more drawers.
You can find all of these storage solutions and more from us online at StoreMoreStore. And if you need help or can’t find exactly what you want, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 1-855-786-7667.
Keeping up with all the parts in your maintenance and repair facility is a difficult task. And the small parts are the worst because they are just so darn tiny. Unfortunately, you need them to get the job done. So what can you do to make it easier to organize all your small parts? Well we have three ideas just for you.
Sliding Mobile Bin Shelving
Using bins is an excellent solution for storing small parts. You can label the bins or use color coding for easy retrieval. And they keep parts organized in groups and are easy to move around. However, there is one drawback to using bins: they suck up valuable space.
In the past you might have been resistant to using bins because of their space requirements, but that issue is completely solved with sliding mobile bin shelving. This unique storage system increases bin storage capacity while reducing the amount of floor space required for storage.
What sliding mobile bin shelving does is remove access aisles that would typically eat up all your space. Shelves are stacked one row in front of the other; each row slides back and forth on tracks to give you access to the rows behind it. And you can stack up to 4 rows in front of each other.
Modular drawer cabinets are perfect for maintenance departments, supply parts rooms, warehouses, or anywhere you need to store small parts. Accessories like partitions, plastic bins, and hanging file bars let you personalize how your parts are stored. This way employees can organize their space to best meet their working styles.
The cabinets stand up to intensive daily use and each drawer can hold up to 400 pounds. With hundreds of combinations (some even have wheels to help you move them around your facility), you’re guaranteed to find a modular drawer cabinet that will work for your small parts.
But what do you do if you don’t have enough small parts to justify buying a whole storage system just for parts? You use shelving with modular drawers. This storage system allows you to store large, medium, and small parts all in one unit. It’s designed to store heavy items on the lower shelf level, medium-size parts on the upper levels, and small parts in the drawers.
These are just three ways you can organize small parts. You can find more industrial storage solutions online at StoreMoreStore. Or give us a call at 1-855-786-7667.
- bins allow you to use color coding to speed up retrieval
- small parts stay put and won’t slip through cracks
- various size bins will store many types of parts
- bins are an inexpensive investment
But there is one major drawback to using bins: they take up a lot of space. And if you keep them on shelves that don’t adjust, you’re wasting even more space. So how can you reap all the benefits of bin storage without wasting so much space? Use sliding bin shelving!
Sliding bin shelving is an excellent solution for organizing your small parts. The shelving is specially designed for plastic and cardboard parts bins. The way sliding bin shelving works to save space is very straightforward. Shelving units are stacked one in front of the other with the front shelving units sliding back and forth on tracks in front of the back units. The result is a high capacity storage system that stores the greatest number of items in the smallest footprint.
Additional features of the sliding bin shelving include:
- Each shelf is adjustable vertically in 1-1/2″ increments
- Units come in two, three, and four deep configurations
- All parts are powder coated with a textured finish
- All shelves are supported with 2 heavy duty double rivet shelf supports
- Each adjustable shelf is rated to hold 250 Lbs. with a total carrying weight of 1,500 lbs.
- Uprights are made of heavy duty 18 gauge construction
- Users can add storage capability at any time to meet future requirements
- Smooth movement with leveling track, heavy-duty carriages and rubber stops
- Quality construction includes ball bearings and four wheels per carriage
- Limited Lifetime Manufactures Warranty
- Made in the U.S.A.
Where You Can Find Sliding Bin Shelving
The second best thing about sliding bin shelving (besides the space savings) is that you can find multiple configurations directly from us online. We’ve even created a handy reference chart to help you decided what size and number of shelves you need. And as always, if you need any help or have any questions, please give us a call at 1-855-786-7667.