Knaack introduced two new core models of the Knaack Safety Kage industrial cabinet. Designed for industrial users with a long list of jobsite storage needs, each new Safety Kage model helps optimize the job site by maximizing fall protection and other personal protective equipment (PPE) storage. The line extension adds two new core models to the Safety Kage family, Nos. 139-SK-02 and 139-SK-03.
“Large, complex worksites have a range of metal storage cabinet needs, and at Knaack, we understand that there’s no one-size-fits-all solution,” said Sang Oh, senior product manager. “These new Safety Kage cabinet models provide maximum storage for equipment while allowing professionals the flexibility they need to customize their fall protection and PPE storage to fit the job at hand.”
The Knaack Safety Kage, No. 139-SK-02, is built to store the maximum amount of fall protection equipment. When it comes to something as important as fall protection, dedicated and proper storage is essential for preventing unwanted damage and ensuring the safety and longevity of the equipment.
The 139-SK-02 is designed with 32 hooks in the main compartment, providing storage for more harnesses, lanyards, and gear than any other Safety Kage model. Ventilated doors ensure airflow and allow equipment to dry between shifts. A welded upper shelf and extra hooks on the doors provide quick access to helmets and other PPE.
Securing the cabinet and equipment inside is the Knaack patented WATCHMAN IV Lock System with its jobsite theft-prevention.
The Knaack Safety Kage, No. 139-SK-03, provides flexibility thanks to its patent pending interchangeable doors that allow a customizable set-up. Three different industrial cabinet configurations are available to order, but interchangeable accessory doors can be mixed and matched to provide up to 10 different arrangements.
- No. 139-SK-03: The primary model comes with ventilated doors that enhance airflow and allow contents of the storage cabinet to dry.
- No. 139-SK-03C: These safety-focused cabinet doors have compartments designed to hold essential safety equipment like an eye-washing station, fire extinguisher, and first aid kit.
- No. 139-SK-03S: This tool cabinet configuration has solid doors for maximum security and protection against weather and dust.
The Safety Kage, No. 139-SK-03, configurations have several intelligent updates designed to suit your jobsite storage needs. For example, Knaack removed the original center post to permit a wider edge-to-edge opening, added vault hinge doors to allow for quick accessory door substitutions, and switched to a heavy duty three-point latching handle locking mechanism that supports a variety of padlocks.
All of the new Safety Kage jobsite storage cabinets are made from heavy duty 16-gauge steel with arc welded seams. The steel is powder-coated for durability and corrosion resistance. Each Safety Kage industrial cabinet comes with recessed handles and casters and is liftable by crane with the Knaack 497 crane lift kit.