Workshop Equipment & Storage

We carry a wide range of workshop equipment, our equipment can be used in many settings, such as in construction sites, workshops and garages to easily view and organise your tools and devices. In this section, you can view our wide array of compartment boxes, storage bins and boxes, and workbenches.

What is workshop equipment what types are available?

Workshop equipment is everything within a workshop, either at home or in a professional garage or a building site, or other industrial and domestic settings. We stock workbenches and workshop accessories to set up and sort out workspaces. Workshop equipment covers the equipment used when handling workshop tools and instruments. Our storage components can be used to keep workspaces tidy and safe. Workshop equipment also includes workbenches themselves.

If your workshop is cluttered with equipment, we offer a range of styles of equipment and storage options for your workshop. Our workbench accessories and equipment can enable you to store and sort your equipment to ensure the safety of you and your tools when they are properly stored whilst you work. We stock:

  • Compartment boxes - we offer varied styles with adjustable compartments
  • Compartment bins- both stackable and non-stackable
  • Storage boxes- to contain larger components or general workshop clutter
  • Drawer storage- useful for storing smaller tools such as spanners

Workbenches and worktops can be found on our website along with our range of accessories, that make your workshop easier to maintain and care for in any setting. Workbenches can be in the form of a portable workbench or fixed in a more traditional workspace but both are designed to be a place to safely store your tools and many have additional storage spaces such as drawers or shelves as added on components.

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