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Vertical file cabinets are good to use when space is an issue. The vertical design allows for a large mass of storage space while the cabinet itself does not occupy a lot of floor space. Vertical file cabinets usually have two or more drawers to place papers and files.
Lateral file cabinets are wider than vertical cabinets but not as deep. The top surface can serve as a desktop to address other office needs such as hosting a printer. In addition, two drawer models are designed in a fashion where they can be placed underneath work stations. Lateral cabinets serve as efficient models in busy, crowed areas.
Many consumers covet fireproof file cabinets. Fireproof file cabinets ensure your files and important papers remain safe from a hazardous fire. Comparable to a computer crash, a fire encompassing file cabinets could dramatically set a company back or cause the ultimate loss of integral work and information. With a fireproof model, you can rest assured your important paperwork is safe.
Safes are comparable to fireproof file cabinets. Safes do not offer the same kind of dimensions as file cabinets, yet are prime housing entities for computer disks, electronic files, or paperwork that needs to be kept private and safe from harm.
High density file cabinets are very popular with doctors’ offices. They are long and tall and usually situated in a row or against a wall. As the name suggests, high-density file cabinets can maintain a large number of files, enabling doctors and assistants to maintain order with ease.
Teachers and other professionals often seek mobile file carts. These cabinets are great for jobs that warrant some interoffice travel. Such file cabinets feature hanging file frames, a lower shelf for larger items, and are not bulky so it is easy to stay mobilized.