Stahlwille unveils new IP67 and reflective tool trolley

AMJan18News - stahwille
AMJan18News - stahwille

Tool storage and transport solutions provider, Stahlwille has launched its IP67-compliant, Tool Trolley 13217.

Tool Trolley 13217 is extremely mobile and keeps tools well organised; users know their tools are well protected. With up to eight drawers in a sturdy, space-saving plastic housing, endstops and three different drawer heights, resilient wheels and a telescopic handle, it can be used to transport even well-appointed toolkits weighing up to 60kg from A to B.

All the drawers can be individually removed. By fitting a transparent lid – which is stored together with a detachable tray for small components and tools in the lid of the trolley – they convert to carry cases. In this way, the user can select only the individual tools required for the specific service task to carry over the last few metres to the job site, without forfeiting secure protection.

Stahlwille has equipped its IP67 variant of the all-purpose trolley with additional locks, catches and seals and it even has a pressure equalising valve to ensure it is effectively protected against water and dust. As an option, Trolley 13217 can be supplied with four swivelling castors to provide even greater manoeuvrability.

It is available with a high-visibility reflecting surface. When staff are working in dark surroundings, this finish contributes to improved visibility even over longer distances, which means increased safety for personnel.



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