GEARGRID launches workstation and power bar
Each customizable workstation provides a space for tools to be stored and recharged
FOREST LAKE, Minn. — GearGrid debuted its Slinger workstation and new power bar at the Fire-Rescue International trade show. The workstation and power bar provide first responders with a mobile work area that can charge and store necessary tools.
Constructed from heavy-gauge steel tubing and high-strength wire, the workstation can be configured to meet specific needs. Available in 4- and 6-inch sizes, the modular workstation is designed for inspection, cleaning, maintenance and transport of cylinders and equipment.
GearGrid’s power bar keeps electronic devices charged and ready for use. Adding the power bar to the workstation provides access to electrical outlets for pagers, phones, flashlights and power tools to be charged and ready for use.
Each unit can be moved through halls and doorways, allowing the workstation to be brought to the equipment for safer, easier loading and unloading. Interchangeable, adjustable shelves for tools and supplies provide space for additional storage.
The workstation’s heavy-duty work surface is available in brushed stainless steel, black laminate, granite laminate or butcher block.
They will be at booth #19073.
- FRI 2016