Trestles and roller stands – making work easier in the true sense of the word.
Heavy panels, long pipes, unwieldy boards: everyone who tackles problems in the workshop
or on a construction site knows the value of trestles
and roller stands
. But what is actually the difference between the two? It's quite simple. Trestles are, for example, used when pallets need to be lifted to a certain height to do work on them. Just put a few trestles underneath them, and work can start. Alternatively, you can enlarge the work space available on your workbench
using a trestle as well. You don't need to worry too much about the safety aspects, because our models are extremely robust and can withstand the rough and tumble of everyday work in the workshop effortlessly. The only thing you need to pay attention to is a sufficient load bearing capacity of your trestles. And once you're finished with work, then you simply fold the trestles back together and stow them away in a space saving way, or take them along to the next place you need them.Trestles and roller stands – practical and good.
Roller stands, in contrast, reduce kinetic forces and are therefore the first choice when you need support for longer pipes or boards at work, for example when guiding them to machines such as milling tools or drills. They are available either with normal rollers, or with V-shaped brackets or ball units. The last alternative gives you more flexibility, because they allow you to move the item you are working on in every direction, and not just back and forth. And from the point of view of ergonomics? All roller stands are great, because they can be adjusted to any height, ensuring contorting, bending or stretching are a thing of the past. Find the model you need now!