6 reasons to choose the FrameWRX System for your next storage challenge
When David Bowie sang about Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes in 1971, I doubt this is what he had in mind. Nevertheless, it is hard to deny that the FrameWRX storage system was built for change. The unique design of FrameWRX easily adapts to meet your changing storage needs — from today to well into the future. Here are six reasons why you might choose FrameWRX for your next storage challenge:
It’s Modular – The FrameWRX storage system can be configured in an infinite number of ways — to give you the most space efficient storage.
It’s Adjustable – FrameWRX is simple to install, simple to adjust, simple to take down and move, and requires no modifications to the walls. Components can all be rearranged as needed — without tools or fasteners — to meet your specific storage requirements.
It’s Accessible – Everything stored in the FrameWRX system in easy to access, easy to see and easy to inventory — to leave you more time for more important tasks.
It’s Easy – Built around the innovative EZ Rail Element, the FrameWRX storage system can accommodate a variety of storage accessories, including hanging plastic bins, wire bins, shelves, work surfaces, peg-board hooks and slat-wall accessories — to allow you to configure it any way you like.
It’s Mobile – FrameWRX can be installed on a high density mobile storage system, or give FrameWRX HD a try. Similar to a bi-file, FrameWRX HD (high density) compresses two rows of storage into one deeper space; thereby, “saving an aisle.” Either option will give you more storage in less space.
It’s a Lean Management Solution -- FrameWRX in combination with the StockBox provides an RFID lean inventory management solution for low cost supplies in hospitals.
Those are just some of the ways FrameWRX can help you turn and face the strain of an unwieldy storage situation. For more information, visit our Bin Shelving FrameWRX page or call us today at 1.800.255.8170.
To learn more on the FrameWRX storage solution download this brochure.
Originally posted by Robert Ferguson - Storage Expert