BarroBox offers mobile site security

By Patrick Hill25 March 2009

The BarrowBox's wheels lock in a down position for transport about job sites.

The BarrowBox's wheels lock in a down position for transport about job sites.

Armorgard Security Products has introduced a mobile security box called the BarroBox, designed to allow contractors to securely store tools wherever they are working on site.

The BarroBox - described by UK company Armorgard as a 'wheelbarrow version' of a standard security box - offers sufficant capacity to store multiple tools, measuring 750 mm wide by 1070 mm long by 735 mm high.

"Theft of tools from sites today is an escalating problem, not so much from intruders but more so from other tradesmen working on the same site", said Armorgard, "The BarroBox gives the advantage that the box can be moved wherever, whenever."

Features of the BarroBox - which weighs 60 kg - include a 3 mm thick steel lid, 5-lever deadlocks, and a twist locking system to secure the wheels. The Barrobox is available worldwide from stock.

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