Snap-on introduces Centriq line of stationary tool storage
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Snap-on introduces Centriq line of stationary tool storage

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Snap-on has introduced its Centriq line of stationary tool storage. Full customizability, standing seam construction, case corner gussets, “Lock ‘N Roll” latching, full-width pulls and fully-welded drawers with ball-bearing slides that support up to 454 lbs. per drawer are among the benefits highlighted by Snap-on.

“A shop’s profitability can be directly related to how its tools, parts and supplies are stored,” says Cara Komornicka, a Snap-on Tools product manager. “These units are rugged, good-looking and can really fill a shop’s need to maximize work flow. Snap-on takes organization and security seriously, and the Centriq series delivers on both, and more.”

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Centriq cabinets are installed on an 11-gauge Pallet Jack Base, or can be fitted with adjustable legs or a forklift base. The units are 30-in. wide and 29-in. deep with four different height options, and they come in an array of colors, configurations and drawer sizes to accommodate different storage needs. The drawers also have color-matching drawer divider options in variable layouts that come in six different drawer heights. Other add-ons include side skirt plates, stainless steel, bedliner or wood tops, a lock bar and lock-out latch.

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