Product News: Material Handling & Storage

Locking Drawer Cabinets offers multiple configuration options.

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February 17, 2012 - Able to be stacked or anchored side-to-side or back-to-back, L compact cabinet can be used as tool box; single, double, or triple cabinets; or integrated under surface of workstation. Central locking mechanism on housing enables all drawers to be locked simultaneously, and lock-in mechanism prevents drawers from opening on their own. Available housing heights are 24, 28, 34, and 40 in., and there are 6 drawer heights from 3-12 in. Each drawer can hold up to 100 lb.

Rousseau Metal, Inc.

105 Ave. de Gaspe Ouest, St. Jean-Port-Joli, QC, G0R 3G0, Canada

Original Press Release

The "L" Family of Cabinets

Press release date: February 16, 2012

Rousseau is proud to present its new product line: the "L" compact cabinet! The new line is a smaller and lighter storage system than our heavy-duty "R" cabinet, while being just as efficient. There is currently no other product of its size on the market that offers as much flexibility.

The new line of Rousseau compact cabinets can be used as a tool box, single, double or triple cabinets, or be integrated under the surface of a workstation. Thanks to innovative technology and design, the "L" compact cabinet is sure to meet even the highest of expectations!

Here are some impressive characteristics:

  • Central locking mechanism on the cabinet housing means that all drawers can be locked at the same time;
  • Lock-in mechanism prevents drawers from opening on their own;
  • Possible to stack cabinets or to anchor side-to-side or back-to-back;
  • Several possibilities for drawer compartments with plastic bins, partitions and dividers, drawer liners, etc.;
  • 4 housing heights: 24", 28", 34" and 40";
  • 6 drawer heights: 3", 4", 5", 6", 8" and 12";
  • Capacity: 100 lb per drawer.

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