This offer is particularly addressed to universities and schools taking part in the “Digital School” program that want to ensure safe storage for laptops, notebooks, netbooks, palmtops, or tablets.
Our metal cabinets boast high mechanical and thermal resistance. The solid structure ensures maximum protection of the objects left inside against mechanical damage, as well as external conditions (e.g. dust, increased humidity, excessive temperatures, electromagnetic interference).
Cabinets come in two versions: a variant without electrical connections and a version that can be used at ~230V, which can charge the batteries of all of the devices inside simultaneously. In order to ensure the best possible airflow, cabinets have ventilation holes inside their compartments and on the rear wall.
Our offer includes tall multi-tier laptop cabinets, low cabinets with double doors, and laptop carts.
In multi-tier laptop cabinets, every compartment can be used separately, which is why they are best suited to hotels, conference rooms, or training facilities. Every computer is located in a separate, ventilated compartment, which can be also fitted with a power outlet. As standard, every compartment is locked with a cam lock, but another lock type can be installed as well. Holes in the rear and side sections of the casing can be used to mount the cabinet on a wall, which eliminates the risk of falling down.
Low cabinets and carts are particularly useful in schools and universities, as they can be used to store and charge equipment safely during or after recess. A terminal connector mounted inside the body is fitted with power outlets. Cabinets come in a version with 1, 2 or 3 columns; the number of terminal connectors corresponds to the number of columns. Cabinet doors are locked with a two-point cam lock.
Thanks to wheels and side handles, our cabinets are mobile and easy to move.
Upon the Client’s request, we also make cabinets with a laminated panel top.
Our carts have the declaration of conformity with European Parliament Directives 2001/95 on safety.