Now that you’ve invested in a van, you might want to think about the next steps toward making it well worth that investment. Be it for work, family, sport or other activities outfitting it with custom storage units can help you really make full use of all the space within your van. Continue reading
Australia is well known throughout the world for its spectacular landscapes and forests. Our backwoods stretch out for thousands of kilometers, providing locals and tourists with fantastic park views and campsites. Just a week in the wilderness can remove all the stress from your body and help you refresh and prepare for getting back to work. If you want to fully enjoy your camping trip, there are a number of things you need to prepare.
Tent and Bed
To make the most out of your camping experience, don’t deny yourself a good night’s sleep. A spacious tent and a comfortable bed are must-haves when camping. After a long day trekking into the wild, hiking, fishing or just plain relaxing, your tent and bed can give you some much-needed rest throughout the evening.
Evenings at the campsite can be particularly dark, pitch black in most cases, which is why you need to set up temporary lighting. A flashlight will not provide your tent’s interior with ambient light. Using candles or a gas-powered lamp won’t be enough either, and can also pose fire hazards. The best alternative is a lamp strapped to a gallon jug of water. The light from the lamp is refracted as it passes through the translucent container, spreading the light inside the tent.
You’ll likely encounter mosquitoes at some point during your camping trip. Expect these pesky pests to abound particularly near a water source. This is why it is imperative to bring mosquito repellent when going camping. Choosing a tent that can be zipped shut is always a good idea to keep mosquitoes and other pests out.
It is best to bring clothing suited to the environment and weather, both during the day and for night time.. Temperature differences between day and night can vary substantially across Australia, so be prepared for cold, warm wet or dry climates, depending on your planned trip locations.. During the day, wear loose clothing so that you can freely move around in comfort. It is wise to bring some head protection from the harsh sun, so a wide-brimmed hat will not go astray either.
Where to store your items
Before adding more items to your list, determine how you will store them into your 4WD. One smart way to keep things organized in your vehicle throughout the camping trip is to place them in a storage drawer. Equipped with carefully measured partitions, the drawer offers sufficient space for each type of item you wish to carry on your journey. To ensure that your storage drawer is of the highest quality, have it locally built and installed by professional 4WD storage providers, like Best Off Road.
Need more help?
Why not give the friendly team at Best Off Road a call. They’re experts in their field so if you are not sure how to best go about organising your 4WD storage, have a chat to Jim and the boys and get the job done properly the first time.
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Cargo vans have become increasingly popular with the modern on-the-go working professionals. Latest versions of various compact vans such as the Transit Connect (Ford), Chevy City Express and Nissan NV200 are designed with the end user in mind. Vehicle manufacturers these days are increasingly incorporating elements that recognize the exacting needs of the modern professionals who spend most of their time in the car. These manufactureres understand that these people spend such a large chunk of their lifetime ‘on the road’. And that thier car which becomes their next home will definitely need sustantial and custom-built storage to accommodate them.
Most automobile companies of today are doing all they can to make cargo storage completely DIY (do-it-yourself). This is a major component of the cargo storage solution as space alone isn’t everything.
Depending on the nature of the cargo or the work you do, your cargo drawer system (which you sure will need) will have to be set up to meet your specific cargo carriage needs.
An electrician won’t need the same cargo drawer setup as that of a photographer for instance. The best way to ensure the same vehicle brand accommodates the carriage needs of both the professionals is to determine if they can be allowed to implement their own cargo drawer setup.
Not everyone will need the same amount of space for their on-the-go cargo storage. And with the increasingly shifting life of the typical modern professional from the office to the ‘road’, any little addition to the amount of space in the compact van is a lifesaver.
How then do you maximise your vehicle’s cargo storage space for default shelving solutions and products? Here are the top DIY tricks to maximise your vehicle’s cargo space usage and improve the quality of your drive time.
Use a ladder rack when carrying or storing ladders
Like any other artillery in the typical craftsman’s arsenal, storing or carrying ladders around may always mean you put them inside the limited space in your van. With a ladder rack however, you can open a lot of interior cargo space for the storage of a lot more important equipment.
Here’s how you can select the right ladder for your van:
Superior quality and rust-resistant
Go for top quality when choosing your ladder rack. A robust ladder rack of superior quality that’s also rust-resistant will definitely give you value for your money.
On the job, you can expect your van to be exposed to quite some moisture and constant wear during your work. The rack needs to be resilient enough to withstand all that impact and abrasive use. Resistance to rust is a plus as rust can seriously accelerate aging of your ladder rack.
You can confirm these features by asking whether your ladder rack is powder-coated. A powder-coated rack should be primed for heavy use and rust resistance.
Match the rack system with your van
The physical design of your van will generally determine the type of rack you can use as part of your extended cargo draw system. Be sure to find and use the right fit your motor van.
Types of Racks to Choose From
Some racks will fit only at the top of your van while others will allow space for the sides. The kind of rack you choose may determine how many ladders you can carry at any point. Here are the main types of racks to choose from.
The clamp & lock
This type suits on your van’s top. You have to push the ladder in place on top of the van before you lock the ladder in place.
It has a handle in the back that enables you to clamp the ladder onto a bracket using the clamp system as a means to secure it in place.
The clamp & lock type requires that you use an arm strength or a step ladder or to hoist the ladder to the top since it doesn’t drop down to the side of the van. The rack is best for those professionals who use their ladders only infrequently.
This is a rack with prongs that drop down the side of your van. This allows you to simply place the ladder on the prongs before pushing the ladder back up to the top of your van where it meets brackets that will secure it in place.
This tool is useful for busy professionals that frequently need to use the ladder or mount and dismount it from one worksite to another. Compared to the clamp & lock frame, it’s easier and efficient to retrieve the ladder for use from the top of the van with this type of rack.
Utility van rack
This 2-3 bar ladder stand requires that you strap/tie the ladder onto its frame as it has no other alternative mechanism of attaching the ladder there. It’s mostly used to carry longer and lighter cargo items such as canoes, planks and kayaks.
2. Incorporate a soft luggage rack for lighter items
Including a soft luggage rack inside your van as part of your cargo drawer system during the cargo drawer setup will enable you to utilise the roof cavity to store soft, light articles. The drop down gate leaves space enough for you to still use your centre rear vision mirror provided it is set up properly.
3. Cargo barriers
Consider using rated cargo barriers to enable you to maximise storage area use safely and securely. Cargo barriers are an essential part of the professional grade van cargo drawer system. They help accessorise the van in many ways such as:
- – Helping maximise the cargo space in your work van;
- – Optimising the space in your van for safe transportation of your valuable tools and equipment;
- – Keeping everything organised;and
- – Increasing efficiency on-the-job
4. Consider shelving the van
Van shelving is key in a cargo drawer setup that keeps your valuable equipment off the floor. In addition, the cargo drawer system that features van shelves maximises space utility. That is because items of different sizes can be perfectly grouped together in different shelves. Just be sure to go for durable shelving units to give you maximum value for your money.
In cargo drawer setup, you don’t have to pick only a few solutions and leave out the rest. You can actually use a combination of some or all of these storage solutions to make the best use of your van storage.
Your business is always on the move and life is non-stop so with such a busy lifestyle its difficult to find time to get everything finished on time. Often your ute, van or 4WD becomes a second home and potentially even your main office.
It can be easy to lose things in this second home of yours, but even worse than those vehicles that can be easy to break into. Tools and equipment are frequently targeted because the work car usually sits in a driveway or on the street at night. Everybody wants to make safety as your priority while on the road, right?
Storage Drawers not only keep your tools and equipment safe, it can help you organise the week ahead by using the slide-out drawer compartments & maximising the amount of room in your cabin so you can fit extra equipment.
And, whether the drawer comes with the vehicle or it’s built and installed separately, there’s an increasing attention to the sort of terrain that the user will be driving over. This consideration tends to determine the material used to make the drawer. Bare metallic material is definitely likely to make a lot of noise which is one of the key reasons we use material to quieten down the sound and make it more user friendly.
If your are driving consistently over bumpy terrain, this should play a role in your choice for storage drawers and identifying the best points to secure the 4wd drawers.
Here’s what not to leave out in a typical tradie’s drawer.
This will be a lifesaver. You can have all your drinks and quick snacks well preserved to keep you going through the day. There are lots of camping refrigerators that will serve you just perfectly. They are designed for use on the go and are optimised for energy saving so the usage won’t take a toll on your battery. Having a slide out fridge option is also really important for accessibility.
A custom drawer will accommodate the full size of the fridge and keep it safe and unaffected by any form of impact.
There are a couple of new range of standard slide drawers which regular tradies find really exciting. They come with various partitions that are great for the normal day to day carriage needs. You can allocate different partitions for different classes of tools and we make ute boxes for every make and model.
They make organisation much easier with virtually any utility vehicle. These drawers for tradies have been designed to fit most of the makes and models of utes and commercial vans.
Drawer features to look for
Depending on your storage requirements, the material used to make the drawer matters. A typical tradie is likely to carry a few tools and a couple of other things that will need a sturdy drawer material for longevity and for specific jobs.
Drawers made from quality powder coated steel with well rated heavy duty slides make quite a lot of sense. Such drawers often come with superior stainless steel lockable handles – particularly T handles.
Whether to have the drawer fitted on its own or for a full organisation of your ute or work vehicle is your choice. A common practice is to add a false floor with racking fitted above it for keeping more loose items.
The size and capacity of tradie’s drawer are important to keep in mind. Regardless of the type of trade you are into, there are always new tools and inventory you acquire, so it only makes sense to leave yourself plenty of room in anticipation of these.
A very tiny drawer may not be exactly what you are looking for, unless it’s meant to carry a single fixed item such as your fridge. Otherwise you need to always choose your drawer size with future needs for expansion in mind.
The bottom line is, if you can get the right combination of features for your drawers then your ute will be a perfect workshop on wheels.
Benefits of storage drawers
Drawers allow you to organize your things. You can keep all tools needed for the same purpose together to save you the last minute headache of turning over piles of tools to get what you are looking for, when you urgently need it.
The importance of time couldn’t be more emphasized when you are working. As a tradie, every minute you save as a result of a well-organized drawer system translates to more income for you.
Drawers also help you save on space. Overcrowding can make a big space look really small for anything. Your ute can seem too little to carry all the stuff you need at work or as you hit the road. However, keeping things neatly inside drawers reduces crowding and ensures maximum utility of every inch of space in your car. This way, you can use the limited space to carry unusually more items.
You won’t have to stop in the middle of your work to go looking for food either. With your fridge in your vehicle you can carry enough drinks and snacks to take through the time you are out working. This helps reduce downtime and makes you more productive overall.
The fact that drawers enable you to carry all the items you may need for your work cannot be overlooked either. You able to really work on any job-site anywhere because of the drawers that place everything you need within reach.
Drawers make you a true tradesman. If you haven’t installed one on your ute already then you won’t know what you are missing until you do. Time to consider getting some drawers for your van or ute.
The commercial car market has been introducing lots of vans with a variety of bespoke storage options lately. This has made the case to avail of a cargo van stronger, instead of a traditional work truck.
For one, not all vans have fitted with storage compartment. This translates to greater freedom and flexibility, as you can customise storage compartments according to your needs.
And fortunately, a local car unit builder can make the storage drawer you need.
For wagons, two drawer roller bearing units are great. These are lockable and will typically feature removable dividers.
How to set up
Bolt them into existing points in the car, to forego drilling. The drawer should be easy to fit, and weigh approximately 150 kilograms each.
For Utes, consider installing two drawer roller bearing units. Each unit should be custom designed to minimise the use of space in each Ute and should weigh about 150 kilograms per drawer.
Van drawer options
For your brand new van, you have unlimited options for a drawer, as this can be custom-made. You can choose from the following:
Floor on top of drawers
Having your drawers neatly stacked beneath a full new carpeted floor provides ample space for all your smaller tools and gear, while the floor remains for all your big stuff.
If you desire some level of versatility, use removable dividers and relocate them from time to time depending on your carriage needs.
Single drawer units
If you want to store particular items on one side of the van and leave the other siude vacant for big items then go for single drawer units.
These are available in different lengths, heights and widths.
Three drawer unit
For bigger tools to be stored on one side and smaller ones on the other, you can install a set of small drawers with 160mm internal height.
You can also separate tools, fittings and fixtures by putting partitions. Use compartment dividers to provide up to 21 small compartments and one large compartment in each drawer.
These are the best and most professional looking. Custom van drawer units can be designed to suit virtually any application and travelling storage need.
In Melbourne, you can have a custom unit built at very affordable fees by a seasoned builder. You can modify the unit to suit your storage needs accordingly.
Fridge in drawer unit
You may want to keep your beverages and food preserved. This is where having a fridge in a drawer unit comes in handy
These units perfectly keep your fridge down low in a way that’s easy to access. They typically feature a movable panel that drops into place when the fridge is not needed.
Further, with this you won’t need an expensive fridge slide. It’s ideal for camping and travelling, and even during busy work days.
Now that you know your options on drawers for your van, here are the things you should consider before setting up the drawers:
Effect of vibrations
Think about the items you plan to keep in the drawers. How will all the vibrating and shifting affect the items?
How often will you go off-road? If yes, you must be prepared for quite a bit of vibration in the van drawers.
You can take care of all that vibration by having a custom unit or a couple of custom van drawers. These can be well-fitted to absorb most of the vibrations.
A good builder will recommend putting partitions in your drawers as an essential safety feature.
In case the drawers got hit or had to endure an impact, the partitions will keep your stuff securely in place.
Consider the drawer material
Plywood, aluminium, steel or composite — what material will best suit your van drawers? Traditional steel interiors tend to be the most cost-effective up front.
Composite and aluminium materials are however lighter and will be ideal for fuel economy.
In case the vehicle will be carrying varying range of weight in different road conditions, especially those with pot holes, then you should choose steel. Steel is generally sturdier than aluminium, composite or plywood.
However, if you want to control vibrations, plywood or composite would be your best choice.
Composite is also suitable when you carry small things and you need to adjust the drawers accordingly.
Moreover, composite storage will not make too much noise as your things shake because of the bumps on the road. This is more quiet compared to steel and aluminium materials.
If you go for the metals nonetheless, you can still dampen the noise by putting a carpet on the metal walls.
The bottom line is that you can make your van look and feel, without entailing excessive cost. If you don’t know what will work best, let your local supplier help you out by giving you design options for your van drawers.
What’s missing from your 4WD or Ute?
It is something that you might not be quick to guess, yet its importance cannot be undermined.
I’m referring to a High Quality Drawer System.
But you don’t need just any drawer system.
You need one from Best Off Road.
We make them with complete care and precision, ensuring that each unit will serve you for many years.
strong>Why Get a Drawer System from Best Off Road?
hi Simply put, we are bloody good at what we do. We are a small company with big ideas. That’s why no one else will make you a drawer system that is as durable as the ones we install.
And no one can match our price.
And that’s not even half of it.
Our drawers are beautiful. Made from vintage plywood, these drawer systems will give your ride a look that will be the envy of your neighbours and fellow 4WD owners.
Plywood makes drawer systems uper light and they move with your vehicle’s chassis, especially when you are driving in rough terrain.
They are perfectly fitted and they slide in and out seamlessly. You will enjoy sliding them in and out, feeling the seamless motion in your hands. Nothing beats that feeling.
Quality Drawer Systems
At Best Off Road we use state-of-the-art computerised equipment to design top notch 4WD drawer systems.
Our process of construction ensures that no other manufacturer can match the quality of our drawer systems.
Everything – from the dimensions, to alignment, to design and fit – is measured and controlled to ensure the best finished product.
When finally fitted, the drawers leave no unwanted gaps. More importantly, the drawer system is completely sealed to ensure that dust does not creep in when the drawers are closed.
Note that some of the other drawer systems in the market leave up to an inch at the top drawer.
Dust pours into the drawers. You end up paying a high price for a drawer system that is not dustproof.
It just doesn’t make sense.
Variety is Our Middle Name
Have a look at our fridge in drawer unit to get a better idea of what you are actually buying.
If you can’t find a design that inspires you among our pre-made units, we will custom install one for you.
Custom Made Storage Drawer Systems for Vans, 4WD, and Tradies
What makes us different from all our competitors?
Apart from offering the highest quality storage drawer systems, we also take the time to listen to our customers so we could fully custom drawer system fittings.
We do not believe in the one-size-fits-all approach to things.
Which is why we can custom build unique drawer systems for your ride or any ride. Even better, often, the price will be in the same range as our premade fittings.
Our experience and expertise with storage drawer systems mean we can come up with creative designs to suit your needs and style.
You get exactly what you want without breaking the bank.
Great Use of Your Vehicle’s Space
Since we build the drawer system to match your vehicle’s exact size, you end up getting more storage space in your drawers, more than what you’d get with conventional steel drawers.
Our units are secured to existing points in your vehicle, saving you even more space.
Many 4WD come equipped with 4 or more tie-down anchor points in the rear cargo space. We use these points to mount the drawer system, meaning we do not drill additional and unnecessary holes in your vehicle’s bodywork.
Did we mention the meticulousness of our process?
Easy to Mount and Remove
You probably don’t need the drawer system mounted on your vehicle all the time. We thought of that too.
Most of the drawer systems from Best Off Road have been designed to be easily removed when necessary. If you can change a light bulb in your house, you can mount and unmount these babes with so much ease.
Reinstalling the system is also as easy.
With just two spanners and a little craftsmanship, you will have the unit back in your vehicle in no time.
Is Plywood Strong Enough for 4WD Drawer Systems?
This is a good question.
Some people wonder whether plywood drawer systems are strong enough to withstand the bump and bustle of a rough terrain.
From experience, we can confidently vouch for plywood drawer systems. They are stronger and more versatile than drawers made of steel.
It is common knowledge that steel can crack, especially on riveted joints or welds.
On the other hand, well-riveted and glued plywood rarely comes apart.
As long as the drawers are made of plywood, not MDF or chipboard, you are guaranteed of a drawer system that is suitable in almost all road and weather conditions.
Further, ply absorbs shock better than metal. Take a metal and a plywood drawer system on rough terrain and observe how the two handle the shock.
Steel drawers will start developing metal fatigue while its ply counterpart remains as good as new.
After a few years, metal drawers become rotty and noisy. The noise itself will make you dread in anticipating your next trip. Plywood does not have this problem.
Let’s get to work
We would like to work with you. We value you and your decision to make Best Off Road your go-to drawer system guys.
If you are ready for your next project, we are too. Contact us now and let’s get to work.
When considering investing in ute storage drawers, you will obviously have to determine their exact purpose. You will also need to consider the space you have available and the amount of internal storage you need.
Other factors to consider include the strength of the material used and the various types of drawers required. You will also need to decide on the design’s orientation (vertical versus horizontal) and the location of the runners. Being aware of these factors enables you to make a well-informed decision for an investment that will produce practical value in operation and productivity.
Similar to any type of investment, quality is a major consideration and your ute storage drawers are no exception. You don’t want materials that will shake, rattle and roll as they age, right? You also don’t want a storage setup that requires regular maintenance, with dust-affected performances as well. Take note that if dust penetrates into greased bearings, then you could end up in a problematic situation.
In reality and for practical purposes, you need to choose ute storage drawers that offer you the best in value, durability, and performance. Critically, look for a drawer system that is manufactured from the best available materials.
Strength and Durability of Plywood
In various instances, the question has been raised on whether timber constructed ute storage drawers are sufficiently strong and durable to withstand normal wear and tear. As with most products, this does to a great extent depend on the quality of materials used in production, the design, and the workmanship involved. This is where the unique product, known as “plywood” makes the crucial difference.
It is generally recognised that steel products have a tendency for cracking. This is the main reason for welds or riveted joints coming loose. However, various studies and research have shown plywood to be incredibly strong. It is lightweight, with highly resilient glued joints, and is significantly more reliable and durable than many other materials. In fact, it is the main material used for building ute storage drawers.
Plywood is a building material that is extensively utilised for a multitude of purposes. It is an economical, factory manufactured sheet of wood produced in exactly determined dimensions. It has inherent ability to resist cracking or warping, due to moisture or changes in the atmospheric pressure. It is accordingly, the ideal material for storage setups in vehicles, such as drawer systems for utes.
Advantages and Benefits of Plywood
Plywood of the same weight is stronger than steel. In fact, it is utilised in many varied applications within the construction industry. Included in its most commonly designed purposes are:
- • The production of furniture and incorporated accessories, such as drawers, cupboards, kitchen cabinets, and office tables;
- • The construction of formwork, or moulds for wet concrete;
- • The light partitioning and external walls;
- • The flooring systems;
- • The manufacturing of light doors and shutters; and
- • The packaging of delicate materials, among others
Plywood has more advantages compared to metal. This includes its resilience and capacity of absorbing shock treatment. Examples of which are seen with a tailgate, or ute storage drawers that are subjected to robust operation and adverse road conditions.
The plywood’s shock-absorbing property serves to enhance the performance of the storage drawers. It effectively helps in the protection of the joints in fixtures and fittings, as opposed to steel. In addition, it is much quieter than its steel counterpart. This is true especially when metal fatigue commences and rivets are coming loose.
Plywood Layers and Adhesion
The nature of plywood’s application will determine the type of adhesive to be used for bonding the initial layers of wood. But in comparison to cut timber, plywood is designed to meet various needs.
The density or thickness of the individual veneer can vary significantly, depending on application needs. For instance, in ute storage drawers, a greater number of layers are required as they add strength to the plywood. The number of veneers used can vary between three millimetres to several inches, as required. On the other hand, the thinner veneers are used to increase flexibility in applications such as ceilings and panelling.
For outdoor applications, the inherent resistance of plywood to moisture and humidity is ideal. This is aided by the type of adhesive used in its production, with increased resistance being added through the applications of varnish or paint.
Resistance to moisture is essential to interior applications as well. This is especially important in the case of vehicles fitted with storage capabilities and flooring. The cross-purposes lamination of ply ensures the veneers are not subject to shrinkage, warping or expansion. Should they be exposed to extreme temperatures or water?
Further benefits are derived from this material with a resistance to chemicals. This is obtained by plywood being treated with a preservative that prevents corrosion if exposed to chemical influences.
The Perfect Storage Drawer Material
For any vehicle, particularly a ute, storage drawers that are resistant to various forms of impact is deemed necessary. That being said, it’s imperative for anyone to choose a storage setup that is made of high-quality materials such as plywood.
Plywood offers users a highly significant degree of tensile strength, derived from the cross lamination of its integrated panels. Due to the strategic structure of plywood, the force of an impact is distributed across a larger area. Thereby, it reduces the tensile stress factor.
In conclusion, installing ute storage drawers made of plywood offers huge benefits due to its robust performance.
Every home handyman or professional contractor has his own storage issues and needs. But to their relief, there are now easily available and convenient solutions, particularly in the form of UTE storage drawers. They provide the opportunity of restoring order and systematic control of a present cluttered or even chaotic situation in your vehicle’s storage space.
For most men, irrespective of their occupation, a garage is a place for them to put “things” when they cannot think of anywhere else. However, it must be realised that not only does a garage become overcrowded in a relatively short time, but is in fact designed for parking vehicles, securely and conveniently.
Now, the problem will probably be that you have the garage space; maybe at present, but a large number of items can be accumulated quickly. You are then confronted with installing shelves, cabinets, countertops, and hooks in the walls for power tools and bicycles. It’s an ongoing issue that will steadily get worse. But fortunately for you, this can easily be solved with the appropriate UTE storage drawers and combinations.
Utilised Total Efficiency
By utilising an efficient UTE system there will be provision for sufficient storage of all the belongings you need in your garage. This can include countertops-shelves combinations that not only provide you with additional and significant storage space but also give you the ideal location for home projects and other work. For any efficient handyman or contractor, an orderly workshop with everything in its place and a determined place for everything is not only more convenient but also offers greater productivity and more pleasant surroundings.
The convenience and increased productivity provided by a concealed storage system is motivated with incorporating storage drawers and/or cabinets within your central work surface. An integral part of the system can be recessed cabinets, organisers, as well as built-in bookcases. All of which may be custom designed and constructed to meet your particular requirements and style. Whether you possess a home workshop, a designer studio or crafts areas, with a UTE storage drawers system, you can convert it to one of the most popular and productive spaces in the home, your vehicle or your workplace.
Designer Storage for Every Application
This is a designed storage system that can serve applications from the smallest den to a contractor’s busy office environment. UTE storage drawers have the capabilities of not only organising your garage but in addition, home offices, recreation areas and a lot more. It is a system that provides storage solutions for the budget- conscious and the opportunity of deciding what you want to meet your specific needs. This includes mobile storage in your working vehicle.
As with your fixed home or work storage environment, so you have various and innovative options when you are mobile in your working or recreational vehicle. Although you have the advantage of UTE storage drawers being custom made to meet your personal requirements, there is also the option of standard Drawer/Storage systems in various sizes that can be purchased direct from a supplier.
They can be bolted onto a vehicle or trailer, with benefits from the drawers functioning on a roller bearing system. This system provides minimum effort when using, even if loaded to full capacity. A UTE storage drawers system can be designed and fitted into practically any vehicle, without any wastage of space, especially at the sides. This means you gain maximum storage space for your dollars!
Maximised and Mobile Storage
Your storage space, irrespective of its situation, can be maximised and efficiently utilised with the help of an appropriate UTE storage drawers system. Generally of a lightweight durable construction, this storage system is able to withstand the demands of contractors and the everyday handyman. It is the ideal investment for the space-conscious people. Your working vehicle becomes an even greater asset with security features, such as a multi- stage locking latch. This is designed to prevent accidental opening and closing if parked on sloping ground.
With the enhanced and efficient distribution of your load capacity using a UTE storage drawers system; damage or wear and tear on your vehicle is reduced. Importantly, the provision of you having easy and convenient access to contents can significantly reduce the potential for back strain, during the loading and unloading processes. In the event of an accident, you are assured of secured storage for your valuable goods and tools. All of which can be custom designed to your specifications. There are also a variety of optional extras available to serve a variety of purposes applicable to your individual needs. This includes:
- Storage bins;
- Movable dividers; and
- Tie down rails
Making Your Productivity Easier
For any handyman or contractor, the tasks involved with the organisation, have never been applied more easily or conveniently, than with a UTE storage drawers system. It is a storage method designed to meet storage needs applicable to the majority of commercial and other vehicles and trailers. It has the capacity to be fitted with individual units or for the entire organisation of your work vehicle or in a static environment, with the addition of a false floor and/or above racks facilities. When applied to your vehicle, it could be compared with having a workshop on wheels.
Your UTE storage drawers system could be seen as not whether you can afford it, but as, can you afford not to be without it?