Press Release Summary:
Concept 2001 panels are made of structural foamed PVC and can be wall-mounted or attached to wood or metal cabinets. Panels will not chip, break, warp, rust or absorb dirt and grease. They resist abrasion, combustion, and most chemicals, including oil and gasoline. Each panel's plastic parts can be easily cleaned. With interchangeable shelves, hooks, brackets, gravity feed containers and bins, they can be reorganized to meet user requirements.
Original Press Release:
Concept 2001(TM) Wall Systems Are Versatile And Flexible To Meet Ever-Changing Needs
Concept 2001 Wall Systems from Walls + Forms of Dallas, TX are versatile and flexible to meet ever-changing needs. These systems allow users to upgrade their work area and increase productivity. They can be reorganized quickly to meet precise requirements. Interchangeable shelves, hooks, brackets, and bins provide the flexibility that no other system can provide. They allow you to create your own customized storage and keep things where you can find them. These wall systems provide an efficient, productive, solution for organizing a wide variety of tools and related items in garages, workshops, and more.
The groove panel is the heart of the Concept 2001 organizers. It is designed to accept a variety of "special" locking attachments such as hooks, brackets, shelves, gravity feed containers, and bins. Panels are made of structural foamed PVC and can be wall-mounted or attached to wood or metal cabinets. They can be easily cut to size to be placed inside a cabinet. An entire storage system can be created by joining several panels side by side and top to bottom.
These storage systems utilize rigid panels that are strong yet light in weight. The lightweight minimizes shipping costs and allows the user to move the system with ease.
Concept 2001 wall systems are virtually indestructible. Designed to be simple to install and remove and virtually maintenance-free, each panel's 100% plastic construction can be easily cleaned. The panels will not chip, break, warp, rust, or absorb dirt and grease. They resist abrasion, combustion, and most chemicals, including oil and gasoline.