Make Space for workbenches and Trolleys

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Make Space for workbenches and Trolleys

Make space for workbenches and trolleys can be difficult if you have not got a good plan in place. BenchMaster always advice customers to plan before committing to a workbench that can take up space. Here are BenchMaster’s tips on planning to take a fully welded and ready to use workbench (not flat pack)

  1. Measure the Area
    Measure the length, width and height of the area you feel is the best place to position your workbench. BenchMaster offer a large choice of sizes and specifications, to meet every need. If you find a size or type that is not available on our website, please give BenchMaster a call and one of the expert sales team who will provide the best solution to suit you.
  2. What weight will be used on top of your workbench
    We offer a number of workbenches that can take a weight to suit your needs. BenchMaster medium duty workbenches can take up to 500kg (uniformly distributed load) while the heavy duty workbenches can take up to 1000kg. The heaviest that BenchMaster offer is super heavy duty workbenches, which can take 1500kg.  If you are looking for a portable workbench on legs, please take a look at the mobile workbench or tool trolley range, which can take up to 360kg on castors.
  3. Utilise Storage within the workbench
    Every type of workbench BenchMaster manufacturer offers some kind of storage solution. You can go with cupboards, drawers, 5 drawer units, shelving of even tool or louvre panels to store tools or components such as small components.
  4. Forget flat pack choose fully welded sturdy workbenches
    Let BenchMaster do the work and manufacturer your workbench rather than you follow instructions for a flat pack workbench that might not last. Flat pack workbenches may look value for money, but it requires work on your part to build and might not take the weight you require. BenchMaster workbenches and trolleys are made to last and are competitively priced.