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Jobmaster Chests Feature Knaack Watchman IV Single-Lock System

August 15, 2006

CRYSTAL LAKE, IL – Knaack Manufacturing Company’s Jobmaster Chests (Model Nos. 32, 36, 42, 60, 4824, 4830, 2472) offer tool storage solutions that can be moved around the jobsite or into a work vehicle with minimal effort. Available in seven different sizes ranging from 5 cubic feet to 25 cubic feet, Jobmaster Chests feature the patented Knaack Watchman IV Single-Lock System, a high-strength, dead-bolt style, two-point latching system. Its recessed lock design eliminates the threat of potential thieves using bolt cutters to break the lock. Also, the single-lock system saves time and money by eliminating downtime in replacing additional locks. Sleek, recessed handles can be gripped easily (even with a gloved hand) and are resistant to damage during transport. All Jobmaster Chests are constructed of 16-gauge steel with fully arc-welded seams to provide extra strength and weather protection. A heavier seven-gauge cover tang in the lid and the cover’s extra-wide reinforcing channel adds additional strength, and the deep cover design allows for more closing room. The chests have 12-gauge caster-ready skids that allow for easy maneuverability with a forklift. Casters can be added for additional mobility. Optional accessory tool trays designed to suspend across the top of the opening are available for each model to ensure that small tools and parts are not lost. For more information, visit www.knaack.com.

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