Premium-grade workstation with worktop, lower shelf, metal back panel and pull-out drawer
Manufactured from European steel with high-density chipboard worktop and shelf. Available with half-width drawer and lower shelf combination or full-width drawer and shelf combination. Both layouts are designed to combine multiple storage options with enough legroom for comfortable seated work. Tools, parts and components can be stored in the pull-out drawer, hung from the peg-board panel or placed on the cantilever top shelf.
- Industrial-grade workstation manufactured from European steel
- Used in workshops, warehouses and assembly areas
- Boltless assembly - just knock together with a rubber mallet
- Half-width or full-width pull-out drawers with roller-bearing glides
- Standard 920mm worktop height allows comfortable standing or seated working
- Worktop load capacity: up to 400kg UDL
- Steel framed drawer with MDF base
- Drawer load capacity: up to 30kg UDL*
- Full-width drawer dimensions: 1400w x 440d mm
- Half-width drawer dimensions: 660w x 440d mm
- Peg-metal back panel accepts hooks, bins and accessories and can be used for tool or parts storage
- 305mm deep, cantilever top shelf with MDF base and load capacity of 100kg UDL*
* UDL= Uniformly Distributed Load.
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The creepy way BigDUG now follows me round every part of the internet really grates. The instructions are shockingly bad. It's like the photographs were taken as coursework for a creative photography course - 'you don't have to photograph all of it, just represent the component' - yes, why not just have a picture of one end, taken in the dark, photocopied badly, it's how Warhol would have done it. There are many actual, verifiable mistakes in the instructions, which consisted some sheets of A4 stapled through the middle of the page. Please take a lesson from IKEA. Lots of bits didn't fit together properly and required much bending with pliers, screwdrivers, etc. After a few hours of this, I realised that the essential quality of the rubber mallet was as a cathartic device to relieve frustration at the poor design. I will not repeat here the chant I used while bashing various bits of blue painted metal together for the best part of a day. Bits missing: 'chipboard retainers' - though I was able to improvise. Workbench is fairly solid when put together however.
BiG800 Blue Workstations With Drawers
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