By choosing to refurbish and reuse items, you contribute to reducing waste and conserving resources. When storage equipment such as cabinets, are put back into use, it diverts them from ending up in landfills or incinerators. Embracing the concept of a Circular Economy, where products are continually reused, refurbished, and recycled, helps to build a more sustainable and resilient economy.
Enabling the purchase of spare parts aligns with the principles of the Circular Economy, where products are kept in use for as long as possible. This encourages responsible consumer behaviour and contributes to the reduction of waste, making it a positive practice for individuals, businesses, and the environment.
1. Championing a more sustainable workplace
Extended product support
Choosing to refurbish instead of replacing an entire product, is a cost-effective way to carry out essential maintenance and repairs in the workshop. The availability of spare parts allows you to fix and replace worn-out components that may occur through everyday use, thereby extending the overall lifespan of your workplace storage equipment.
2. Cost-effective repairs
Maximise your product’s potential
Workstation refurbishment allows for customisation and upgrades. You can add new components, features, or modify equipment to fit specific needs for your business. This helps to future proof your organisation as things naturally change and grow. Our products can also be adapted to create custom solutions, to better suit individual employees' needs and preferences. Better workplace ergonomics improves health, comfort, and productivity.
To help maximise your product’s potential, we offer a wide and comprehensive range of accessories, ensuring your workplace storage equipment delivers 100% efficiency.
3. Flexibility and customisation
How to extend the lifespan of your bott workshop equipment
Prolonging the life of your storage equipment is not only cost-effective, but also ensures that your cubio cabinets, cupboards and benches operate efficiently and safely. Here are seven tips to help you extend their lifespan...
Dust, dirt, and debris can accumulate on the surfaces of your workplace storage cabinets and cupboards. Regularly wipe down surfaces to remove any build-up and use compressed air to clean hard-to-reach areas.
Create a maintenance schedule for your tool storage equipment and stick to it. Perform regular inspections, including the tightening of screws and bolts, and address any issues promptly.
Train anyone who will be using the workshop equipment. Proper usage and handling can prevent unnecessary strain or misuse that might damage the tools.
Be aware of the equipment's load capacity and avoid exceeding it. This can cause excessive stress on the components and lead to breakdowns.
Keep an eye on the condition of the equipment's parts, such as castors, drawer slides and runners, and locking mechanisms. Replace any worn or damaged parts promptly to prevent further damage to the machine.
Ensure that you are using the appropriate tool storage equipment for the task at hand. Using the wrong tool can lead to inefficiencies and damage to both the tool and the equipment.
If you notice any performance issues with your equipment, stop using it immediately and address the problem. Ignoring such issues can lead to more significant and costly repairs later.