Tool Box

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A tool box is a portable container or compartment typically made of metal or plastic, designed to organize, store, and carry a variety of tools used for various purposes, such as construction, maintenance, or repair tasks. It serves as a convenient and efficient way to keep tools organized and easily accessible, facilitating the work of individuals in various trades and DIY projects.

1.Steel thickness:0.6mm~0.8mm
2. Net weight:3.2kg
3. 3 layers
4. Packed by carton

KSh 5,325.00 KSh 6,325.00


Tool Box Uses

  1. Construction and Carpentry: Toolboxes are essential for carpenters, builders, and construction workers to store and transport various hand tools such as hammers, screwdrivers, pliers, measuring tapes, and more.
  2. Automotive Maintenance and Repair: Mechanics rely on toolboxes to keep their automotive tools organized. Wrenches, socket sets, pliers, and other specialized automotive tools can be easily stored and transported in a toolbox.
  3. Home Maintenance and DIY Projects: For homeowners and DIY enthusiasts, a toolbox is indispensable for storing general tools needed for household repairs and projects. This may include screwdrivers, adjustable wrenches, utility knives, and other commonly used tools.
  4. Electrical Work: Electricians use toolboxes to organize and carry their specialized tools, such as wire strippers, pliers, voltage testers, and screwdrivers, needed for electrical installations and repairs.
  5. Plumbing: Plumbers carry a variety of tools to fix leaks, install pipes, and perform other plumbing tasks. Toolboxes help them keep pipe wrenches, pipe cutters, plunger, and other plumbing tools in one accessible place.
  6. Gardening: Gardeners may use toolboxes to store and transport small gardening tools, including pruners, trowels, hand rakes, and gloves, making it easy to move from one gardening task to another.
  7. Craftsmanship and Woodworking: Woodworkers and craftsmen use toolboxes to organize and carry specialized tools such as chisels, hand saws, carving tools, and measuring instruments for woodworking projects.
  8. Emergency and Survival Kits: Toolboxes can be repurposed to create emergency or survival kits, holding items like flashlights, batteries, first aid supplies, and multipurpose tools for unexpected situations.
  9. Art and Hobby Supplies: Artists and hobbyists often use toolboxes to store and transport their art supplies, such as paintbrushes, pencils, sketchbooks, and other creative tools.
  10. Electronic Repair and IT Maintenance: Technicians working with electronics may use toolboxes to store precision tools, soldering equipment, and other instruments needed for repairing and maintaining electronic devices.
SKU: AHS99336 Category:



Safety measures and precautions

  1. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Wear appropriate PPE, such as safety glasses, gloves, and appropriate footwear, depending on the nature of the tools and tasks involved.
  2. Inspect Tools: Before use, inspect all tools to ensure they are in good condition. Check for any signs of damage, wear, or malfunction. Damaged tools can be dangerous and should be repaired or replaced.
  3. Proper Lifting Techniques: When carrying a toolbox or lifting heavy tools, use proper lifting techniques to avoid strain on your back or other muscles. Bend at the knees, keep your back straight, and lift with your legs.
  4. Secure Tools: Ensure that tools are securely stored in their designated compartments within the toolbox. Loose tools can shift during transport, potentially causing injuries or damage.
  5. Close and Lock Toolbox: When not in use, keep the toolbox closed and locked to prevent unauthorized access and to ensure that tools remain securely stored. This is especially important in shared work environments.
  6. Tool Organization: Organize tools within the toolbox logically and systematically. This not only makes it easier to find tools but also reduces the risk of accidental injuries when reaching for a specific tool.
  7. Use the Right Tool for the Job: Using the wrong tool for a task can be unsafe and may damage the tool or the workpiece. Always use the appropriate tool for the job at hand.
  8. Work in a Well-Lit Area: Ensure that your work area is well-lit to enhance visibility. This can help prevent accidents caused by working with poorly illuminated tools or surfaces.
  9. Keep Aisles Clear: If you are working in a shared space, make sure that aisles and walkways are clear of obstructions. This reduces the risk of tripping or falling.
  10. Emergency Preparedness: Know the location of emergency exits, first aid kits, and fire extinguishers in your work area. Be familiar with emergency procedures and know how to use safety equipment.
  11. Tool Maintenance: Regularly maintain and sharpen tools to ensure they function properly. Dull or poorly maintained tools can be more difficult to control and may lead to accidents.
  12. Training and Education: Ensure that individuals using the toolbox are properly trained on the tools and equipment they are handling. Proper training reduces the risk of accidents caused by misuse or lack of knowledge.

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