Improved collection and segregation of workstation and workbench waste materials is provided by the new racksack mini from workplace visual communications and safety products specialist Beaverswood.

Known for its space-saving design, by hanging on the end of racking, racksack provides a simple solution for waste segregation in the warehouse and distribution centre.

Requiring no specialist expertise or experience to install and operate, racksack mini provides a simple, compact and effective solution for better waste management, allowing people to quickly and safely dispose of cardboard, paper, plastic, clips and other common waste materials found in packing stations, pick benches, manufacturing and assembly plants.

The racksack mini also is also suitable for postal rooms, archive and storage rooms and offices, where it will hang neatly from shelving or attached to the wall using different fixing solutions. Once full, the sacks can be emptied into larger onsite balers and skips to be sent away for offsite recycling.

The smaller 600mm wide x 880 mm high size has been designed for use in workplaces where a lot of waste is collected, providing an effective waste disposal solution by simply hanging off the end of the work station – or hung on the end of conveyer systems – where waste can be easily collected and then tipped away when full.

Incorporating three strong handles woven into the edge of the sack for easier handling and emptying, racksack mini is manufactured from hardwearing polyester to withstand the rigours of the harshest work conditions and provide long-term durability and operational performance.

It is supplied as standard with mini ‘S’ hooks to attach directly to end frames. A bungee fastener is available to provide a solution to fixing, where there is not the option to attach with the hook, while fixing plates can also be used to provide a more permanent attachment to walls and desks.

Jim Roberts, product manager at Beaverswood, said: “The addition of racksack mini enhances the range and its flexibility to meet the evolving needs of the busy workplace, particularly the need for efficient ways to keep the workplace tidy and uncluttered while saving space. It ticks a box for our customers, who are users of the racksack and have been searching for more space-saving options for different work areas.”

More at www.beaverswood.co.uk

 

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