Minimizer adds its durability to toolboxes

Oct. 1, 2003
Spray Control Systems (SCSI) has added a new product line to its Minimizer series: the Minimizer underbody toolbox. Made from high-density polyethylene,

Spray Control Systems (SCSI) has added a new product line to its Minimizer series: the Minimizer underbody toolbox. Made from high-density polyethylene, this toolbox will stand up to bumps, dings, heat, and cold. Measuring 20" × 20" × 36", it weighs 30 pounds; black is the standard color, but other colors are optional. The 36" box comes with top- or front-opening doors. Both key and padlock locking systems in the handle are provided.

Made of molded plastic, the toolbox won't dent and mark and never needs paint or polishing. Mounting brackets are available that will bolt on to nearly any frame in about 10 minutes.

SCSI has added 5,800 square feet of manufacturing space for production of the toolbox and will add 10,000 more square feet in spring 2004. For more details, contact SCSI, Route 3, Box 247C, Blooming Prairie MN 55917.

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