Snap-on says its new power tool rack (p/n KAS12PWRPV) was created to increase technicians’ efficiency and assist with the growing use of cordless power tools in their repair shops.
“The new power tool rack is designed to hold three power tools (pneumatic or cordless) for organization and convenient access in the shop,” says Jay Serpe, product manager for Snap-on. “It can be quickly and easily installed via the 12-inch tabs that are designed to fit the standard slot pattern on Snap-on tool storage units manufactured from 1996 to the present, including carts, workstations, tool wagons, locker doors and slot adaptor panels.”
The height of the tool rack holsters, as well as the width of the tool rack holders, can be adjusted to accommodate a variety of both cordless and impact power tools. Reinforced screw holes in the rear panel also allow the unit to be mounted on non-slotted walls and surfaces when the end tabs are removed and holes are drilled into the surface of the unit.
For more information visit www.snapon.com.