Snap-on Offers New Mobile Workstation
March 2012, TruckingInfo.com - Feature
Snap-on says its new KRSC10 Series Mobile Workstation fits into tight spaces and has a vertical bumper system that lets you roll it around without fear of damaging vehicles.
Snap-on's new KRSC10 Series Mobile Workstation has a stainless steel work surface that holds up to 600 pounds.
Features include: Fully welded to handle heavy workloads up to 1,200 pounds:
14-gauge steel supports are spot welded to the 14-gauge chassis. The entire 14-gauge steel open bottom section is a welded frame.Stainless steel work surface holds 600 pounds:
The surface is made from 18-gauge, 430 stainless steel top. The center section is recessed to retain liquids and to prevent parts from sliding off the edge.Strong whisper-quiet casters:
A 2,400-pound caster set supports the 1,200-pound workload capacity of heavy tools and parts. Vertical bumper system on all four cornersThree full width drawers:
The drawers are 28 inches wide and four inches deep. They can carry 360 pounds of tools and up to 720 pounds when equipped with optional double drawer slides.Bottom section liner with drainage capacity:
The liner is composed of thick polypropylene to handle heavy parts and has raised edges to catch fluids. There are two embosses that can be drilled out to allow fluids to drain. Hole plugs are included.
"The new Snapsays Jay Serpe, product manager for Snap-on.