Syncro’s steel cabinets and transparent plastic containers combine two extremely important characteristics: strength and functionality.
Pull-out transparent containers slide in and out on self-lubricating, wear-resistant runners. A spring-loaded mechanism engages as the container approaches its fully extended position. You can nevertheless remove the container completely by pulling it outwards while tilting it up. The front of the container has no protruding parts. A recessed and ergonomic release button automatically holds the container in closed position.
Pull-out containers come in two different heights: 252 and 241 mm. Cabinets can hold between 4 and 16 containers depending on size. Containers are available in depths of 210, 216 and 260 mm.
Tilting transparent containers are smaller in depth (110 or 160 mm) than their pull-out counterparts, but like them have no protruding parts. They tilt outwards through 45° towards the user and can be completely removed from the cabinet for emptying, refilling or easier access to contents.
Tilting container cabinets come in horizontal or vertical versions. Vertical cabinets are specially designed for installation on the side panels of racking columns.
Transparent container cabinets are also available in vertical versions for installation on racking side panels.
Conventional plastic containers tend to break with use, partly because of poor quality materials and partly because of protruding handles. But now there’s an answer to the problem!. But now there’s an answer to the problem!
Because the steel cabinets that hold transparent plastic containers are modular in design, they are fully compatible with all other Syncro Ultra components and, of course, with one another. The choice of depths in which these cabinets are available provides a particularly useful way of exploiting all available space in your van. Cabinets can be installed offset to compensate for sloping van bodies and improve access to contents.
Just like any other Syncro Ultra horizontal element, cabinets of transparent container can be installed above or below: