Pedestal Workstations suit heavy-duty applications.

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Measuring 18 in. wide and 26 in. deep, PCP series heavy-duty modular drawer cabinets are suited for manufacturing, assembly, and laboratory environments. They are offered with different work surfaces, including ESD, and feature 95% extension slides and 100 lb capacity per drawer. Drawer interiors are slotted to accept dividers every 1 in., and optional modular instrument riser shelf provides above-the-worksurface storage space for tools and parts.

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Pro-Line Offers 'PCP' Pedestal Workstations for Heavy Duty Applications

HAVERHILL, Mass., January 18, 2005 - Pro-Line, a recognized leader in modular ergonomics, announces the availability of the "PCP" series of Pedestal Workstations, featuring heavy duty modular drawer cabinets for maximum storage capacity and ready access. Ideally suited for a wide variety of manufacturing, assembly and laboratory environments, these rugged workstations are available with a range of different work surfaces designed to suit specific needs, including ESD surfaces.

The "PCP" series modular cabinets are 18"W x 26"D, feature 95% extension slides and 100-pound capacity per drawer. Drawer interiors are slotted to accept optional dividers every 1", allowing for optimal organization and minimal wasted space.

An optional modular instrument riser shelf brings increased functionality and versatility to the "PCP" line, turning any Pro-Line workstation into a Technical Work Station. Pro-Line's 18" high riser shelves provide above-the-worksurface space for storing commonly used tools and parts, as well as manuals and documents. Pro-Line's riser shelves can come equipped with electrical outlets in one leg, both legs, or across the rear brace. Double-tier riser shelves are also available, as is an S-2EP electrical panel featuring 6 outlets, an on/off switch, a built-in circuit breaker, and a power cord.


Founded in 1978, Pro-Line has become the recognized leader in ergonomic workstation design. In fact, the company is credited with producing one of the first hand-crank, height-adjustable tables in 1987. Pro-Line's corporate headquarters are in Haverhill, MA. More information is available on the company's Web site at

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