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PHS Teacrate to launch new compact IT crate for flat screen monitors

PHS Teacrate has launched a new compact computer crate to compliment its range of IT moving equipment for the commercial moving industry.

The IT2 has been specifically designed to accommodate the latest flat-screen monitors, which are quickly becoming 'standard issue' in modern offices. The new compact crate provides around 33% extra load capacity, as flat-screen monitors require less crate space than the older cathode ray monitors. The IT2 also allows the equipment to be packed more securely, reducing the risk of damage.

Teacrate was the first company to launch the integrally lidded IT1 computer crate, which has proved to be the most successful product in the crate industry.

“We developed the new IT2 in response to requests from our commercial moving clients for a smaller IT crate,” said national sales manager Nick Burke. The original IT1 is fine for the older monitors and we'll be keeping it in our range, but with a flat screen system inside the crate was only 75% utilised, and that meant transporting a lot of fresh air, which is very costly. Customers were also worried about the safety of the equipment with so much surplus space, the new IT2 is easier to pack and gives a much more secure ride, I also believe the IT2 will prove to be very popular for other applications as it fits midway between the IT1 and our LC3 standard lidded crate. ”

In conjunction with the IT2, Teacrate has also introduced a new improved version of its TSS1 flat screen protector. The TSS2 is a hard backed foam padded bag with velcro straps to protect flat-screen monitors during a relocation.

PHS Teacrate
Western Industrial Estate
CF83 1XH
Tel: 0800 980 7000
Email: LyndaFrancis@phs.co.uk

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