Bring close to work | Enjoy the ergonomics | Customize with ease GO BEYOND THE TRADITIONAL WORKSPACE Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts
2 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts A quality cart improves productivity In industrial and technical environments, work is not always stationary andwork equipment needs to be moved between workspaces. Ergonomic carts that are light to move make this easier, while simultaneously improving productivity at work. The durable Treston carts are modular and, using standard accessories and add-ons, they can be customized to meet any need. Our high-quality technical products fulfil the highest requirements, offer outstanding value for money and meet the requirements of every single workspace – from production to maintenance, to in-house logistics to picking and packing, as well as ESD areas and R&D. Carts for any industrial and technical working environment Additional mobile work surface Transportation and mobile storage Universal use Packing and carton storage 5 years GUARANTEE ! The guarantee period for products manufactured by Treston is 5 years (Concept battery 1 year) from the date of delivery; this excludes workbench tops, trade parts, electronic components, custom made articles and moving parts, for which there is a guarantee period of 2 years.
3 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts The purpose of a workstation or workspace is the first factor when determining the basic requirements and accessories for it. What kind of tasks are carried out in the workspace and how? The second factor is the person doing the work. The personal needs and requirements may change considerably from one employee to another as no two people are alike. When a workstation, be it a workbench, assembly line or a cart, is equipped for the task and adjusted to the individual’s needs, each phase of the production process can be completed without a delay, with accuracy, and with maximum comfort. Consider the following issues when designing an ergonomic, functional and productive workspace: • What tasks are carried out at this workstation? What is the component weight & size handled at this workstation? These set the basic requirements for the workbench type, load capacity, size of work surface as well as range of accessories selected. • Are there several people working at this workstation? Are there several different tasks carried out at this workstation that require different working postures? These have an effect on what kind of height adjustment method should be chosen for the workbench: Allen key, hand crank or electric height adjustment. • What is the space available for use? Make sure there is enough space for all the needed equipment and materials at the workstation and that furniture and equipment are positioned for supporting smooth workflows and processes. Sufficient space should be reserved for completing the tasks and moving around in the workspace. • How do the in-house logistics flows affect the workspace layout? How are components and materials stocked to the workspace? How do parts arrive and leave? Is there a need for mobile storage or transportation carts? • Are the tasks carried out in one specific place or do you have to move around with tools & objects in the workplace? From an ergonomics point of view, avoid carrying manual loads and use tool carts, transportation carts and such aids always when possible. • Is there a need to store other items (e.g. safety equipment, documents, quality inspection devices) at the workstation? Do these need to be on the workbench or for example somewhere close on a cart within easy reach and access? How to design an ergonomic, functional, and productive workspace?
4 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts Selecting the right cart is not complicated, but there are certain considerations to take into account to ensure you get the best possible cart for your needs. 1. Why do you need the cart? What is its purpose? Are flexibility and easy reconfiguration important features of the cart? If you have a fixed task and fixed need for the cart, a specific cart for that need will most likely be the best solution for you. But if you need a cart that can be easily adapted to changing needs and production processes, choose a cart that has a modular structure, a wide range of accessories, and good ergonomics, which will help you flexibly adapt the cart to a multitude of tasks. 2. What are the objects being handled on the cart? Are you moving lightweight boxes of the same size and weight or bulky equipment that can differ in size and weight? The weight and shape of the objects handled determine the load capacity and shelf and work surface size of your cart. If the size of handled objects varies, select a height adjustable work surface and/or shelves to ensure proper ergonomics no matter what size of objects you handle. Tilted shelves improve access and handling of objects, as it enables you to work from your power zone (see page 6). 3. How are the objects handled? Are they sorted or unsorted? Can you stack them or are they loose? Especially for unsorted and loose objects, it is better to equip the cart shelves with edges and/or rubber mats, to ensure the goods do not fall over when moving. Remember though that shelves with edges make it more difficult to handle, lift and lay down heavy objects. Another possibility is to use a caged cart, where the side walls of the cart are at least partially closed in order to help keep objects in place. Mesh panels are a good option for this: they allow visual inspection and keep the construction light. 4. What kind of working environment is it? Do you have to enter doors with the cart? How wide are the walkway spaces? If you have to move through doors in different workspaces and/or long distances within the space, checks the walkway and door widths to ensure sufficient space. 5. What type of casters should I have? A quality caster is of the appropriate size in relation to the working environment and purpose of the cart. See the next spread of this leaflet for more information on casters. 6. How about handles? Carts that are moved around a lot and transported for longer distances should be equipped with at least one handle, to make handling, pushing and pulling easy, effortless and ergonomic. See the next spread of this leaflet for more information on handles. 7. How often is the cart used? If you have a cart in active everyday use, invest in a high quality, reliable and durable cart with high quality casters. This might be a more expensive initial investment, but in the long run a high quality cart will pay for itself with its long lifetime and flexibility in use. 8. Consult the people using the cart in their work. They have the best hands-on experience and can give valuable input on the required features, such as size and load capacity, as well as on the accessories needed to perform the work ergonomically and efficiently. Knowing your loads helps you to buy equipment of appropriate capacity. 9. How ergonomic is the cart? As a quick ergonomics check, make sure the handles, work surfaces, and accessories are easily height adjustable to adjust to the worker and task at hand to ensure proper ergonomics. Further information on ergonomics for manual handling of loads is on the next spread. What to consider when selecting a cart?
5 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts BRING CLOSE TO WORK ENJOY THE ERGONOMICS CUSTOMIZE WITH EASE Why choose Treston carts? Ergonomic and efficient The key characteristic of Treston carts is easy and effortless movability while either empty or fully loaded. A cart that is easy to manoeuvre is a joy to use and push, even over those slightly higher thresholds. High quality, large castors ensure this. Treston carts are designed with the user and ergonomics in mind, for example in terms of pushing, as well as other factors that affect usability. When the cart’s push handle is the right shape and at the right height, moving the cart when it is loaded will provide an easy power grip and does not cause physical strain. Height adjustable accessories add the final touch, making Treston carts an ergonomic and efficient choice. Convenient and cost-saving According to the philosophies of LEAN and the 5S method, the implementation of the manufacturing process should be based on optimising the organisation of tools, material flow, and people; avoiding loss and unnecessary work; and minimising setup times. The goal is to continuously improve the fluency of work processes by consulting those who do the work. Treston carts, of which many can be easily modified with accessories, support LEAN thinking and enable optimised process design and implementation. Highly flexible Treston carts with modular structure, height adjustable and interchangeable accessories have a long lifetime, are easy to adjust to various changing needs and enable easy layout changes. Convenient and cost-saving in many ways! Workspaces for happier workfaces Treston is one of the world’s leading suppliers of industrial furniture and workstations. For over 100 years we have been a pioneer in designing ergonomic furniture and work environments: we affect the work environment of over a million employees annually with over 600,000 workstations delivered over the years. We believe that sustainable long-term business success is founded on empowered, motivated and healthy employees, and businesses’ hyper-adaptability to constant change. Our customers can relyonus toprovide themwithexpert services for building quality ergonomic work environments. Treston carts comply with the philosophy of LEAN manufacturing, and our wide range of products with ESD protection is suitable for use in ESD protected areas (EPA). Unique and universal Treston carts can be accessorized and configured to store, transport and organize any type of materials. Our carts can be customised for a wide range of applications with various types of accessories from adjustable shelves, bins, perforated panels & hooks, IT accessories, to tool cabinets and more. Their modular structure, easy accessory height adjustment and very wide range of accessories make the Multi and Basic carts unique carts in the market. The features of these carts make them universal in use: depending on the frame size and accessories selected, the same cart can be used as mobile tool storage, materials & components stock, packing material storage, picking cart, equipment stands, additional work surface, and transportation cart – your imagination is the limit. Accessories in many of our workbenches and carts are modular in widths M20/M30/M36 inches. These modular accessories are interchangeable and can be used both in carts as well as in workbenches. It does not get more universal than this!
Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts Illustration on the power zones where people have the greatest strength and most comfort, in regards of lifting and placing loads, pushing and pulling (i.e. above the knees, below the shoulders, and close to the body). GOOD FAIR FAIR POOR VERY POOR VERY POOR VERY POOR VERY POOR VERY POOR VERY POOR Shoulder height Elbow height Hip height Knuckle height Knee height POOR POOR POOR POOR Ergonomics for manual handling of loads Manual handling of loads (also known as MMH – manual materials handling) means moving or handling things by lifting, lowering, pushing, pulling, carrying, holding, or restraining. Manual handling of loads is generally considered to be an occupational risk factor for low back and shoulder complaints (1) and it is in fact the most common cause of occupational fatigue, low back pain and lower back injuries (2, 6). Therefore, it should not come as a surprise that paying attention to ergonomics for manual handling of loads is extremely important for the safety and health of the workers as well as for the efficiency and productivity of the processes. Pushing and pulling from an ergonomics viewpoint Pushing and pulling are the two physical tasks most commonly related to working on and operating carts. The most common risk factors, related to pushing and pulling tasks, which could hinder the ergonomics, are forceful pushing/pulling, cart design that does not promote neutral body postures, wrong direction of exerted forces (e.g. pulling when you should be pushing), one handed pushing or pulling, too heavy loads and wrong handle height. (1, 6) A task suitable cart that adapts to the size of the user is the answer to reducing the risk of work related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSD), especially for lower back, knee and shoulder injuries. (3, 4) When selecting a cart for the task, you should always consider the human body power zones, where people have the greatest strength and most comfort working. See the image on the right as a reference. Cart design should ensure that pushing and pulling can be done from the optimal height, between the knuckle and shoulder height of the worker, with the arms as close to the body as possible. Working in your power zone reduces the start force needed for pushing and pulling, reduces the effort and force needed to perform work tasks, and reduces the stress on your back and shoulders. In the past decades, industrial workspaces have been mostly redesigned so that carrying objects has been replaced by transporting objects by pushing or pulling them in carts, carts, hand pallet trucks and such. For example, in the automotive supply sector about 10% of all working processes involve pushing and pulling on a regular and repetitive basis. (3) In addition, the rapid growth of the e-commerce sector has increased the number of distribution centres worldwide. The primary job at these distribution centres is order picking and delivery, where manual handling aids such as carts, carts, hand pallet trucks and such are used to perform the tasks. The use of these aids has again eliminated carrying objects, changing the nature of manual load handling tasks predominantly to pushing and pulling. In general, it has been estimated that nearly half of common manual load handling tasks in workplaces consist of pushing and pulling exertions performed on level surfaces and variable inclined ramps. (4) 6 CHANGE IN THE NATURE OF MANUAL LOAD HANDLING TASKS
7 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts Casters play an important role A quality caster is of the appropriate size in relation to the working environment and purpose of the cart. The bigger the caster, the easier it is to move the cart. For example, big casters make it easier to push the cart over thresholds and other similar obstacles. The tread in quality casters withstands wear and tear. The wheel/tread material is not the only factor influencing the usability and easy movability of the cart, as the flooring material also affects how well the caster rolls and moves. Swivel casters are also handy on a cart, making it easy to Consider the handle position and design Vertical handles are considered the most optimal, as every sized worker is able to grasp the handles in their unique power zone. Handles can be horizontal as well, as long as they are the correct height for the user. Preferred handle height is between the shoulder and knuckle height of the worker, optimizing the force applied for pushing and pulling. See image “Elbow height is the optimal position in regard to push forces” for reference. (6) Elbow height is the optimal position in regard to push forces. Displayed heights are indicative for average sized male. Shoulder height: 55” Elbow height: 40” Knuckle height: 32” Knee height: 24” Hip height: 37” The optimal shape for handles is cylindrical and smooth, which allows the best power grip with straight wrists. The handle diameter should be big enough to enable power grip instead of pinch grip. Power grip provides up to 75% more strength compared to pinch grip. Power grip involves grasping the handle by wrapping all the fingers around it, instead of grasping with thumb and tips of the other fingers. (6) maneuver even in small spaces. We recommend using four swivel casters in tight spaces, making it easier to turn and control loads. Strong caster brakes lock the cart in position, making sure that it stays where it is supposed to be. Casters have a big effect in minimizing the start forces needed to get the cart moving as well as in reducing the rolling resistance and therefore play an important role in ensuring proper ergonomics. The amount of force required to move loads with carts depends on a number of factors: • weight and shape of the load • type and condition of floor surface (e.g. smoothness and density) • route taken (e.g. slopes and obstacles) • type of caster, especially the materials used • size of caster • maintenance of casters – cleaning, lubricating and/ or replacing casters on a regular basis has a vital effect in maintaining the ride comfort and minimizing the push effort. (6)
8 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts 1. Hoozemans Marco, Kuijer P, Kingma I, van Dieën J, de Vries W, van Der Woude L, Veeger D, van Der Beek A, Frings-Dresen M. 2004. Mechanical loading of the low back and shoulders during pushing and pulling activities. Ergonomics, 15 January 2004, Vol. 47(1), pp.1-18. 2. https://www.ccohs.ca/oshanswers/ergonomics/mmh/mmhintro.html 3. Argubi-Wollesen A, Wollesen B, Leitner M, Mattes K. 2017. Human Body Mechanics of Pushing and Pulling: Analyzing the Factors of Task-related Strain on the Musculoskeletal System. Safety and Health at Work, March 2017, Vol. 8(1), pp.11-18. 4. Nimbarte A, Sun Y, Jaridi M, Hsiao H. Biomechanical loading of the shoulder complex and lumbosacral joints during dynamic cart pushing task. Applied Ergonomics, September 2013, Vol. 44(5), pp.841-849. 5. https://osha.europa.eu/en/publications/factsheet-73-hazards-and-risks-associated-manual-handling-loads-workplace/view 6. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Ergonomic Guidelines for Manual Material Handling. https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/docs/2007-131/ pdfs/2007-131.pdf Sources Task experience is the key to reducing strain Task experience and correct working technique in pushing and pulling play an important role in reducing some measures of biomechanical strain and therefore yield potential for reducing the risk of injury. (3) For example, pulling a lighter weight cart at hip height, with arms outstretched, would result in very high compressive force at the lower back, as opposed to pushing a much heavier cart between shoulder and elbow height, arms closer to body, which results in much less of a compressive force at the lower back. (1) As a reference, see the illustration on the power zones where people have the greatest strength and most comfort. If your goal is to ensure efficient processes and ergonomic working conditions, start by selecting the correct type of cart for the task and then orientating all workers with the physical aspects and best working techniques for the specific task at hand. No matter how fancy the features of your cart, if your workers use bad techniques while performing their tasks with the cart, you are sure to increase the risk of injuries and create inefficiency in processes. If necessary, modify work practices so that workers can perform their tasks and work within their power zone. Although there is no exact weight limit that is safe, a weight of 44–55 lbs is heavy to lift for most people and it thus increases the risk of back injury. (5)
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY “Our choice was based on design, ergonomics and service life. Treston’s durable furniture, with Scandinavian design, was a perfect solution for us. Our employees work with small details, so they needed a comfortable workplace with an efficient organization of production space”. Mr Alexey Doodin, Operational Manager of SPA StarLine. Read all our customer stories at: https://www.treston.us/about-us/customer-stories
10 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts These Treston carts can be equipped and accessorized for any task and function. The modular frame structure with upright tubes ensures proper ergonomics, as all accessories are easily height adjustable to suit the user’s specific needs and gives limitless accessory options with the modular M20/M30/M36 accessories. These carts have a long lifetime and give value for your money, as they can be easily adjusted to meet changing needs and adjustments in production processes. Detailed product data and product order numbers starting from page 21. Universal carts Treston Industrial Multi cart – the most adaptable cart two frame heights and three module sizes and dozens of accessories Treston Industrial Multi cart is available in three different widths: M20, M30 and M36. This means that all our module-sized height adjustable accessories can be used with the cart. Multi cart is also two sided – possibility to accessorise both sides with different accessories. These features make Multi cart our most adaptable cart and thus it serves universal needs. Multi cart supports heavy loads, but is at the same time easy to move, making it also simple to transport heavy loads, such as equipment and measuring units. Depending on the accessories chosen, it serves as transportation cart, mobile storage, equipment rack, packing material cart, picking cart, tool cart and much more!
11 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts Upright module frame Ø4.92” 660 lbs UNIQUE: Due to its modular structure, several size options and a very wide selection of height adjustable accessories Treston Industrial Multi cart adapts to any needs and functions • Three frame widths, two frame heights, compatible with all M20/M30/M36 height adjustable accessories • Select from ready made combinations or build your own configuration from a wide range of accessories. • Sturdy shelves have height and tilt adjustment, edges, and rubber mats – safe to operate as loads keep in place • Four swivel castors, two with brakes
12 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts Treston Tower storage and workstation unit – 4-sided, movable little giant for efficient storage and work Being versatile and easily customisable for different environments and tasks, the Treston Tower storage and workstation unit is ideal for, for example vehicle and machinery assembly lines, service and maintenance departments, and for any work that requires plenty of mobile storage and workspace near the product. The frame is equipped with M30 upright frame module and thus almost all modular size M30 height adjustable accessories are compatible with this storage and workstation unit. Fitters cart – Sturdy and durable, low model cart with wide range of accessories Fitters cart is especially handy for those tasks that are done sitting on a stool or a saddle chair and moving around the work object – the low model of the cart keeps the tools and supplies ergonomically at the right height and easily accessible. Fitters cart is often used in heavy duty environments, such as in maintenance and machinery assembly, but it can be easily accessorized for many different tasks and work environments. UNIQUE: Ensures proper ergonomics for tasks done sitting on a stool or saddle chair and while moving around the work object • Four different ready-to-use combinations • Can also be easily configured for wide range of tasks due to large selection of accessories • All M30 module accessories are compatible with the cart – tens of options to choose from! • Four swivel casters, two with brakes UNIQUE: Up to 86 ft² of versatile storage space and takes up less than 8 ft² of floor space • Ideal for facilities implementing LEAN and 5S philosophies because the open structure enables easy and quick visual review of the workstation • Increases productivity and efficiency by saving time, since the tools and components are near the product and can be moved easily • Enables proper ergonomics, since all tools and supplies can be placed at the correct height for the user • Four swivel casters, two with brakes Upright module frame Ø3.94” 660 lbs Ø3.94” 1322 lbs WATCH this animation showcasing Treston Tower https://youtu.be/68szMfj8i-Y Upright module frame
13 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts Treston selection of transportation and storage carts includes several different options to choose from. These carts enable supplies and parts to be moved smoothly to wherever they are needed and store close to the workstation. These carts turn effortlessly in small spaces and have good storage capacity to be able to hold sufficient quantities of components and materials. TRTA cart – Lightweight cart with lots of storage space and large casters - extremely easy to move around with A sturdy and light-to-move cart for use in transporting equipment, as intermediate storage, and in moving components and materials around in various environments. A sturdy steel frame and height-adjustable shelves make this a versatile cart. UNIQUE: Easy movability, proper ergonomics and large storage capacity make this ideal for transportation and storage • 6 frame sizes, with 2 or 4 shelves included • Accessories: extra shelves, steel mesh panels at the ends of the cart or on the sides, shelf dividers and document holder • Large casters and light structure – easy to move • Ergonomic power grip with round handles • Four swivel casters, two with brakes Detailed product data and product order numbers starting from page 24. Transportation & mobile storage carts 7.87” - 30.31”/52.76” 330 / 660 lbs Ø4.92”
14 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts Stacking bin cart – A sturdy, double-sided cart for stacking bins of your choice The solid steel-frame cart is a double-sided storage fixture for attaching four different sizes of stacking bins, to meet all kinds of needs: up to 112 stacking bins per cart. Wide variety of M30 module height adjustable accessories can be attached to the cart as well. Parts and products are easily accessible and in sight, and they can be effortlessly moved where needed. UNIQUE: Sturdy, but easy to move small parts & component storage for various working environments • Sixteen step-by-step height adjustable bin rails, eight bin rails per side, height can be adjusted easily without tools • Four different stacking bins sizes to choose from • Five standard colour options for the bins, including crystal-clear • Four swivel casters, two with brakes Upright module frame Ø3.94” 660 lbs Storage cart – cost-efficient storage solution A standard cart for basic storage and transportation needs. Three shelves, the middle one with height adjustment. Cost-efficient and compact in size. UNIQUE: Compact sized standard cart for basic transportation and storage needs • One frame size with three shelves, the middle one with Allen key height adjustment • Load capacity per shelf is 66 lbs, 198 lbs in total. • All shelves have a small edge and a rubber mat – no need to worry items might fall off • Four swivel casters, two with brakes Ø3.94” 198 lbs
15 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts Cabinet cart – Movable small parts storage at its finest Cabinet cart can be equipped with 8 bin cabinets of your choice. The bottom shelf makes the cart sturdy and it can be used as an extra storage space. Optimal for small parts storage. UNIQUE: Up to 480 separate bins in one cart for maximizing your small parts storage • Height of the cabinet fixing rails can be adjusted easily without tools • See-through bins with wavy bottoms enable good visibility and easy picking of products • All M30 module accessories are compatible with the cart – tens of options to choose from! • Four swivel casters, two with brakes Upright module frame Ø3.94” 660 lbs
16 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts Additional storage space is often needed at a packing station for different supplies, boxes, recycled materials, and rubbish. Handy carts designed with packing in mind provide space to keep boxes and other materials within arm’s reach, but at the same time are easily moved aside as needed. Handy solutions for the storage and use of packing materials. Detailed product data and product order numbers starting from page 25. Low carton cart LCT – for large cartons Three dividers can be assembled crosswise or lengthwise. The fourth divider is a push handle. Designed especially for large cartons. UNIQUE: Easy to move carton cart for large cartons • One size • Possibility to adjust dividers crosswise or lengthwise • Four swivel casters, two with brakes Ø3.94” 330 lbs Packing material carts
17 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts High carton cart HCT – Ergonomic and easy to move carton cart for various box sizes Height adjustable shelves and dividers with stepless horizontal adjustment allow easy adjustment of the cart for various sizes of cartons. UNIQUE: Fits underneath a workbench • 7 sizes • Fixed dividers (4 pcs / set) as accessories • Four swivel casters, two with brakes Ø2” 132 lbs Carton cart – underneath a workbench Floor level storage for cartons. This cart can be positioned out of the way, underneath a workbench, for example. UNIQUE: Adjustable shelves and dividers allow configuration for various carton box sizes • Includes 2 height adjustable shelves and 8 dividers in total, in two heights, with stepless horizontal adjustment • Extra dividers as accessories • Ergonomic power grip – vertical, round handle is optimal for users of any size and height • Four swivel casters, two with brakes 330 lbs 7.87” -52.76” Ø3.94”
18 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts Additional worktop space (secondary working surface) is often needed in workspaces to store, for example task related equipment and devices and to provide additional workspace for tasks seldom but regularly carried out in the workstation. These extra work surfaces allow quick and easy layout changes in the workstation and production cell, if production requirements change. The primary purpose of these products is to act as additional work surfaces, that can be moved if necessary, but they are not designed for transporting and moving materials and components for long distances. Our extensive range of additional mobile surfaces and smaller sized workbenches with casters provide a wide selection of options to choose from. SAP cart – bestseller! Easy to move additional work surface that can be locked in place. Available in two sizes to meet different additional work surface needs. A handle, which makes moving the cart easier, is available as an accessory. In addition, the SAP cart can be equipped with bottom and middle shelves. The height can be adjusted with an Allen key, which means that the cart adapts to handling various sizes of objects. The SAP cart is often used together with Treston TP workbenches. UNIQUE: The best-selling Treston cart! • Two different sizes • A handle, middle and bottom shelves available as accessories • Four swivel casters, two with brakes Detailed product data and product order numbers starting from page 26. 330 lbs 25.6” - 35.43” Ø3.94” Additional mobile work surfaces
19 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts Concept cart – sturdy steel framed work surface A steel-framed additional work surface with height adjustment, suitable for many purposes. The integrated bottom shelf offers much needed extra storage space. Easy and effortless to move around as needed, but the casters with brakes ensure that the cart stays firmly in place if needed. Well suited for use with Concept workbenches. Concept bench as mobile work surface – freedom of mobility The smaller sized Concept workbenches, such as 40” x 24”, equipped with casters, and hand crank height adjustment are an excellent option for workspaces where you need a compact size, easily height adjustable, and mobile work surface. You get all the ergonomic benefits of easy, height adjustment, and freedom of mobility. UNIQUE: A space saver with multiple use • Integrated bottom shelf • Can be equipped with an additional shelf or Drawer unit 30 series • Four swivel casters, two with brakes UNIQUE: Freedom of mobility with easy height adjustment for superior ergonomics • 12 size variations in frames • Wide range of accessories and add-on products for easy customization • Four swivel casters, two with brakes 330 lbs 660 lbs 25.6” - 35.43” 33.46” - 49.21” Ø3.94” Ø3.94”
20 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts MLCT Mobile height adjustable work surface – for light loads and tight spaces Compact sized additional work surface with easy gas spring height adjustment is ideal for tight spaces and tasks where easy maneuverability is a must. Optimal for handling light loads and small sized objects. Ideal also for laptop use. Suitable for technical and EPA environments where easy ergonomics and mobility are required. UNIQUE: Easy height adjustment with gas spring • Easy to move around due to the light construction - aluminium frame, symmetric steel legs • 150 N gas spring lightens the load with app. 22 lbs upon lifting • Accessories available: Accessory box underneath the table top, accessories basket to the frame and a folder holder • Four swivel casters, two with brakes 55 lbs 29.92” - 46.65” Ø3.94”
21 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts Product data 2 3 1 + See website for full list of accessories available, such as bin rails and bins, larger selection of shelves, perforated panels, etc. Treston Industrial Multi cart with adjustable shelves Description Module Size W x D x H Max load lb Order No Order No ESD 4 adjustable shelves M20 21.26” x 29.92” x 70.47” 660 TMTH5-002-41 TMTH5-002-49 M30 31.1” x 29.92” x 70.47” 660 TMTH7-002-41 TMTH7-002-49 M36 37.13” x 29.92” x 70.47” 660 TMTH9-002-41 TMTH9-002-49 2 adjustable shelves M20 21.26” x 29.92” x 45.28” 660 TMTL5-002-41 TMTL5-002-49 M30 31.1” x 29.92” x 45.28” 660 TMTL7-002-41 TMTL7-002-49 M36 37.13” x 29.92” x 45.28” 660 TMTL9-002-41 TMTL9-002-49 Treston Industrial Multi cart with shelves Description Module Size W x D x H Max load lb Order No Order No ESD 4 shelves M20 21.26” x 29.92” x 70.47” 660 TMTH5-001-41 TMTH5-001-49 M30 31.1” x 29.92” x 70.47” 660 TMTH7-001-41 TMTH7-001-49 M36 37.13” x 29.92” x 70.47” 660 TMTH9-001-41 TMTH9-001-49 2 shelves M20 21.26” x 29.92” x 45.28” 660 TMTL5-001-41 TMTL5-001-49 M30 31.1” x 29.92” x 45.28” 660 TMTL7-001-41 TMTL7-001-49 M36 37.13” x 29.92” x 45.28” 660 TMTL9-001-41 TMTL9-001-49 1. Treston Industrial Multi cart with perforated panels Module Size W x D x H Max load lb Order No Order No ESD M30 31.1” x 29.92” x70.47” 660 TMTH7-005-07 TMTH7-005-49 M36 37.13” x 29.92” x70.47” 660 TMTH9-005-07 TMTH9-005-49 2. Treston Industrial Multi cart with tilted perforated panels Module Size W x D x H Max load lb Order No Order No ESD - 32.28” x 29.92” x 73.23” 660 TMTA-41 TMTA-49 3. Treston Industrial Multi cart with perforated tool cabinet Module Size W x D x H Max load lb Order No M30 31.1” x 29.92” x 70.47” 660 TMTH7-104-07
22 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts 2 3 11 1 5 9 10 7 4 6 8 + See website for full list of accessories available, such as bin rails and bins, larger selection of shelves, perforated panels, etc. Bottom shelf Treston Industrial Multi Cart Low Treston Industrial Multi Cart Frame High Accessories for Treston Industrial Multi cart Name Module Size W x D x H Max load Order No 1. Shelf for packing material 28..23” x 23.62” x 1.26” SPM750-49 34.25” x 23.62” x 1.26” SPM900-49 2. Brackets for upright tube SPM SPMBS-49 3. Divider hoops set SPM-shelf .31” x 15.75” x 11.02” PDH600-49 4. Aluminium bin rail M30 28.98” x 2.17” x 2.95” 33 BP750C M36 35” x 2.17” x 2.95” BP900C 5. Tablet bracket MY MY LCD bracket MH MH Adapter set 7.87” x 4.33” x 2.36” AS2 6. Auxiliary steel shelf 8.54” x 11.73” x .79” 7 ASSA4 7. Roll holder set M30 88 890547-49P M36 890548-49P 8. Fixed tape dispenser FTD50 9. Basic label dispenser BLD20 10. Document holder A4 11 92849008P 11. Equipment tray 19.68” x 9.84” x 4.92” 33 92849002P Treston Industrial Multi cart frame Name Module Size W x D x H Max load Order No Order No ESD Frame High M20 21.26” x 29.92” x 70.47” 660 TMTFH5-41 TMTFH5-49 Frame High M30 31.1” x 29.92” x 70.47” 660 TMTFH7-41 TMTFH7-49 Frame High M36 37.13” x 29.92” x 70.47” 660 TMTFH9-41 TMTFH9-49 Frame Low M20 21.26” x 29.92” x 45.28” 660 TMTFL5-41 TMTFL5-49 Frame Low M30 31.1” x 29.92” x 45.28” 660 TMTFL7-41 TMTFL7-49 Frame Low M36 37.13” x 29.92” x 45.28” 660 TMTFL9-41 TMTFL9-49 Bottom shelf Name Module Size W x D x H Max load Order No ESD Bottom shelf M20 x 28.66” M20 18.11” x 28.66” x 1.3” 220 TMTLS5-49 Bottom shelf M30 x 28.66” M30 27.95” x 28.66” x 1.3” 220 TMTLS7-49 Bottom shelf M36 x 28.66” M36 33.98” x 28.66” x 1.3” 220 TMTLS9-49 Adjustable shelf, stepless depth and tilt Name Module Size W x D x H Max load Order No ESD Adjustable shelf M20 x 25.59” M20 18.43” x 25.59” x 1.46” 110 TMTSAS5-49 Adjustable shelf M30 x 25.59” M30 28.27” x 25.59” x 1.46” 110 TMTSAS7-49 Adjustable shelf M36 x 25.59” M36 34.29” x 25.59” x 1.46” 110 TMTSAS9-49 Adjustable shelf, stepless tilt Name Module Size W x D x H Max load Order No ESD Adjustable shelf M20 x 25.59” M20 18.43” x 25.59” x 1.46” 220 TMTAS5-49 Adjustable shelf M30 x 25.59” M30 28.27” x 25.59” x 1.46” 220 TMTAS7-49 Adjustable shelf M36 x 25.59” M36 34.29” x 25.59” x 1.46” 220 TMTAS9-49 Mats for shelves Suitability Module Size W x D Order No Order No ESD TMTLS5-49 M20 17.91” x 28.46” 725742-00 725750-00 TMTLS7-49 M30 27.76” x 28.46” 725739-00 725747-00 TMTLS9-49 M36 33.78” x 28.46” 725740-00 725748-00 TMTS5-49 M20 18.23” x 25.39” 725738-00 725746-00 TMTS7-49 M30 28.07” x 25.39” 725735-00 725743-00 TMTS9-49 M36 34.09” x 25.39” 725736-00 725744-00 TMTAS5-49 and TMTSAS5-49 M20 16.85” x 23.62” 860823-00 860821-00 TMTAS7-49 and TMTSAS7-49 M30 26.69” x 23.62” 860548-00 860318-00 TMTAS9-49 and TMTSAS9-49 M36 32.72” x 23.62” 860550-00 860320-00
3 4 2 1 23 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts + See website for full list of accessories available, such as bin rails and bins, larger selection of shelves, perforated panels, etc. Treston Tower storage and workstation unit Name Size W x D x H inches Max load lbs Order No Treston Tower frame with casters 33.8” x 34.6” x 82.9” 1322 890 701-45 Examples of accessories and add-on products Name Size W x D x H inches Max load lbs Order No 1 Flow-through shelf + brackets M30* 28.3” x 32.7” 330 890 710-49 2 Spacer bar, M30** 851 483-49 3 Perforated back panel M30, max 3 pcs/side 28.3” x 24.1” 861 512-49 4 Hook set 3 (69 pcs) 855 003-51 Steel shelf M30 29.1” x 15.75” 110 852 770-49 Bin rail M30 29.2” x 3.94” 110 859 151-49 LCD monitor holder for perforated panel 22 890 715-49 * A flow-through shelf can fit two 15.75” deep shelf bins successively. ** Recommended to be used with flow-through shelving. + See website for full list of accessories available, such as bin rails and bins, larger selection of shelves, perforated panels, etc. Fitter’s cart 3 Fitter´s cart 3 includes 6 cone racks. Fitter’s cart 1 Fitter’s cart 2 Fitter’s cart frame Cone rack M30 for tool holders HSK, Capto, ISO Name Size W x D x H Max load Order No Cone rack M30 29.21” x 8.11” x 3.74” 110 890729-49 Tool holders sold separately. Cone rack M30 Fitter’s carts Name Module Size W x D x H Max load lb Order No Order No ESD Fitter’s cart 1 M30 31.1” x 29.92” x 34.45” 660 C73041001 C73049001 Fitter’s cart 2 M30 31.1” x 29.92” x 34.45” 660 C73041002 C73049002 Fitter’s cart 3 M30 31.1” x 29.92” x 34.45” 660 C73041003 - Fitter’s cart, frame M30 31.1” x 29.92” x 34.45” 660 C73041000 C73049000 Fitter’s cart accessories Name Module Size W x D x H Max load Order No ESD Lower shelf M30 x 28.66” M30 27.95” x 28.66” x 1.3” 220 TMTLS7-49 Steel shelf M30 x 25.59” + brackets M30 28.27” x 25.59” x 1.3” 220 TMTS7-49 Adjustable shelf M30 x 25.59” M30 28.27” x 25.59” x 1.46” 220 TMTAS7-49 Adjustable shelf M30 x 25.59”, stepless depth adjustment M30 28.27” x 25.59” x 1.46” 110 TMTSAS7-49 Fitter’s carts can be combined with M30 accessories.
24 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts Document holder 2-shelf TRTA cart and 4-shelf TRTA cart TRTA with end mesh panels Low M-divider hoops LDH Storage cart Name Size W x D x H inches Max load lbs Order No Order No ESD Storage cart 25.6” x 17.7” x 30.5” 3 x 66 852 773-41 852 773-49 Adjustable cart TRTA Name Size W x D x H inches Shelf size W x D inches Max load lbs Order No Order No ESD 2-shelf cart* 35” x 20.87” x 40.2” 31.5” x 16.9” 330 TRTA4082 TRTA4082 ESD 2-shelf cart* 42.9” x 20.87” x 40.2” 39.4” x 16.9” 330 TRTA4102 TRTA4102 ESD 2-shelf cart* 35” x 24.8” x 40.2” 31.5” x 20.87” 330 TRTA5082 TRTA5082 ESD 2-shelf cart* 42.9” x 24.8” x40.2” 39.4” x 20.87” 330 TRTA5102 TRTA5102 ESD 4-shelf cart** 42.9” x 20.87” x 59.6” 39.4” x 16.9” 660 TRTA4104 TRTA4104 ESD 4-shelf cart** 42.9” x 24.8” x 59.6” 39.4” x 20.87” 660 TRTA5104 TRTA5104 ESD * Shelf adjustments between 7.9”-30.3” ** Shelf adjustments between 7.9”-52.8” Extra shelves TRHA Name Shelf size W x D inches Max load lbs Order No Order No ESD Extra shelf 31.5” x 16.9” 110 TRHA408 TRHA408 ESD Extra shelf 39.4” x 16.9” 110 TRHA410 TRHA410 ESD Extra shelf 31.5” x 20.87” 110 TRHA508 TRHA508 ESD Extra shelf 39.4” x 20.87” 110 TRHA510 TRHA510 ESD End mesh panels NET2 Name Size W x D inches Set Order No ESD End mesh panel 23.8” x 14.3” Incl. 2 panels NET2 The mesh panels can be installed at the ends of the cart or on the sides. An angle bracket is set on the edge of the upper and lower shelf and the mesh is screwed into place. The 4-shelf cart can hold 2 mesh panels on top of each other. Document holder DSA4 Name Size Order No ESD Document holder A4 DSA4 ESD Semiconductive epoxy powder coated steel. Includes two magnets. Low M-divider hoops LDH Name Size Order No Divider hoops 18.1” x 12.4” LDH Steplessly adjustable. 4 pcs per set. M-shape (the lowest point 4.1” from shelf). Suitable only 16.9” deep shelves.
1 2 3 25 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts Low carton cart Name Size W x D x H inches Shelf size W x D inches Max load lbs Order No Low carton cart 42.9” x 20.87” x 59.6” 39.4” x 16.9” 330 HCT410 High carton cart Name Size W x D x H inches Shelf size W x D inches Max load lbs Order No High carton cart 42.5” x 24.8” x 40.2” 39.4” x 24.8” 330 LCT610 Carton cart Name Description Size W x D x H inches Order No 1. Caster set Caster set for carton cart. The caster set gives you a cart from the SPM-shelf. 46.5” x 23.6” x 16.7” SPMCS-41 2. Shelf for packing material 23.62” deep shelf for many purposes. The shelf can also be equipped with PDH600 divider hoops. Max load 132 lbs. 18.4” x 23.6” x 1.25” SPM20-49 28.2” x 23.6” x 1.25” SPM30-49 34.3” x 23.6” x 1.25” SPM36-49 45.9” x 23.6” x 1.25” SPM1200-49 51.9” x 23.6” x 1.25” SPM1350-49 57.8” x 23.6” x 1.25” SPM1500-49 69.8” x 23.6” x 1.25” SPM1800-49 3. Divider hoops set (4 pcs), SPM-shelf Divider hoop set for the SPM-shelves. Height 11”. The fixed divider is tightened with the screw at the front edge of the shelf. .3” x 15.75” x 11” PDH600-49 Shelf for packing material, caster set and divider hoops set Low carton cart High carton cart + + Cabinet cart Name Size W x D x H Max load Order No Order No ESD Cabinet cart 31.1” x 29.92” x 69.69” 660 BT-550B BT-550B ESD This assembly holds 8 cabinets, which must be ordered separately. One steel bottom shelf comes as standard. See website for full list of compatible bins. See website for full list of small-parts storage cabinets. Stacking bin cart Name Size W x D x H Max load lb Order No Order No ESD Stacking bin cart 31.1” x 29.92” x 69.69” 660 BT-170B BT-170B ESD The cart includes 8 steel bin rails in both sides. Stacking bins must be ordered separately. One steel bottom shelf comes as standard.
26 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts Battery set for Concept motor bench Name Order No Battery set BSC001 Caster set for Concept bench Name Order No Order No ESD Caster set Ø3.94” 834 734-00 860 429-00 Concept cart, extra shelf and drawer unit 30/15 SAP cart Name Size W x D x H inches Max load lbs Order No Order No ESD SAP cart 27.6” x 19.7” 330 SAP507 SAP507 ESD SAP cart 39.4” x 27.6” 330 SAP710 SAP710 ESD Lower shelf for SAP cart 27.6” x 19.7” 88 AT507 AT507 ESD Lower shelf for SAP cart 39.4” x 27.6” 88 AT710 AT710 ESD Extra shelf for SAP cart 27.6” x 19.7” 88 LT507 LT507 ESD Extra shelf for SAP cart 39.4” x 27.6” 88 LT710 LT710 ESD Handle for SAP cart depth 19.7” PUSH50 PUSH50 Handle for SAP cart depth 27.6” PUSH70 PUSH70 Equipped with four swivel casters (ø 3.94”), two of which have brakes. Concept cart Name Size W x D x H inches Max load lbs Order No Order No ESD Concept cart 19.7” x 27.6” x 25.6”-35.4” 330 CONT705-41 CONT705-49 Extra shelf for Concept cart 15.75” x 19.7” 55 CONTS504-49 CONTS504-49 Drawer unit 30/15 11.8” x 17.9” x 5.9” 22 859 330-49 859 330-49 Drawer unit 30/22 11.8” x 17.9” x 8.7” 22 / drawer 890 340-49 890 340-49 Drawer unit fastening set 890 653-49 890 653-49 Equipped with four swivel casters (ø 3.94”), two of which have brakes. Concept workbench frame, motor adjustable Name Frame size W x D inches Bench frame max load lbs Order No Workbench frame 39.4” x 23.6” 660 103 49 015P Workbench frame 39.4” x 29.5” 660 103 49 030P Workbench frame 39.4” x 35.4” 660 103 49 062P Concept bench tops Name Size W x D inches Order No LPL Order No ESD Bench top 40” x 24” 14-9684102 14-9703502 Bench top 40” x 30” 14-9684109 14-9703509 Bench top 40” x 36” 14-9684117 14-9703517 SAP cart with lower shelf, extra shelf and handle SAP cart with lower shelf Concept bench top Concept workbench frame, motor adjustable Battery set for Concept motor bench
27 Go beyond the traditional workspace - Mobile ergonomics with Treston carts Binder mount FH1 Binder mount FH3 Accessories basket Accessory box, 2 pcs Mobile and height adjustable work surface Name Size W x D inches Height inches Order No Order No ESD Mobile and height adjustable work surface 23.6” x 19.7” 29.9”–46.7” MLCT 605PG MLCT 605PG ESD Mobile workstation accessories Name Description Order No Binder mount Fits a single 3” wide binder. FH1 Binder mount Fits three 3” wide binders. FH3 Accessories basket Blue bin, int. dim. 9.1” x 6.1” x 5.5” AB1930 Accessory box With grey shelf bin 4020-3 AB4020-3 Accessory box With ESD shelf bin 4020-4ESD AB4020-4ESD
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