The choice of which industrial workbench to choose for your industrial processes and factories depends heavily on a variety of factors like the type of work done in your factory and even the location of the bench inside or outside the factory. Industrial workbench manufacturers create a huge variety of benches in various materials, sizes, and toughness ratings to suit every industrial process imaginable. If you are on the hunt for new benches for your factory, there are a huge range of options to consider. Here are some important, yet commonly overlooked features that will help you choose the best bench for your work processes:
Legs: Not all workbench legs are created equal. Some legs are attached with just the smallest screws, while others are attached with sturdier attachment methods, like L brackets and welding. Look for legs that are attached with multiple attachment methods or are welded into place for the greatest stability and longevity of your bench.
Cabinet size: The cabinets under the bench can be used to store items used in the manufacturing process or extra tools when they are not in use. Look for a cabinet size that is large enough to hold all your equipment and work pieces when the bench is not in use. Cabinets can also act as a temporary stand for tools when not in use.
Handles: Not all cabinet handles offer the same benefits. The best type of handle is one that is easy to use and ergonomically shaped. Protruding handles can often interfere with the operations on the top of the bench. Handles that are too small, however, can make opening and closing the cabinets difficult and frustrating.
Accessories: If you need to store a lot of supplies, look for benches that have included storage above the bench to hold the extra tools and supplies.