Press Release Summary:
Measuring 32 x 24 x 34 in., Heavy-Duty Mobile Cart/Workstations are cold rolled steel with rust- and acid-resistant finish. They include 2 rigid and 2 swivel casters, rubber mat tray, and tubular handle. Model 663-95 has two 12 compartment bins placed back to back, while Model 664-95 has two 40 compartment bins placed back to back. Model 662-95 offers a 12 compartment bin back to back with utility cabinet featuring 4-compartment interior and lockable doors, plus two 6 drawer cabinets.
Original Press Release:
Durham Introduces New Series of Heavy Duty Mobile Cart/Workstations
An all new series of 3 heavy duty mobile cart/workstations has been introduced by The Durham Manufacturing Company, Durham Connecticut. This is the first time the Company has incorporated mobility into its line of small parts organizers and storage equipment.
All models measure 32" H by 24" W by 34" D and have heavy duty casters with a capacity of 1000 lbs. Two casters are rigid and 2 swivel with locking brakes for security. They are also provided with a rubber mat tray for use as a durable work surface and a sturdy tubular handle for ease of mobility. All components are manufactured of prime cold rolled steel and finished in rust and acid resistant gray, baked powder/paint enamel.
The units differ, one from the other, in terms of the type of storage units they offer. The Model 663-95 has two 12 compartment bins placed back to back for 24 compartment capacity. The Model 664-95 has two 40 compartment bins placed back to back for 80 compartment capacity. The Model 662-95 offers a 12 compartment bin back to back with a utility cabinet with a 4 compartment interior and lockable doors plus two 6 drawer cabinets, one on either side.
For details and fully descriptive literature and prices, write, call, telephone, fax or e-mail: Mobile Cart/Workstations, The Durham Manufacturing Company, 201 Main Street, P.O. Box 230, Durham, CT 06422, telephone 800-243-3774, fax 800-782-5499, email@example.com, www.durhammfg.com. Established in 1922