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Custom Tool Holders for Pegboard

comments (1) June 5th, 2012 in blogs

Tom Tom McKenna, Managing Editor
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A beast for every burden. You can find a pegboard holder for most hand-held power tools.
Comfy cradle. With a ToolHangerz, you can get organized in a jiffy—and stay that way.
A beast for every burden. You can find a pegboard holder for most hand-held power tools. - CLICK TO ENLARGE

A beast for every burden. You can find a pegboard holder for most hand-held power tools.

Photo: John Tetreault

Hanging tools on pegboard hooks is a convenient method of keeping them organized and within easy reach. It works well for a lot of hand tools, but storing small power tools on the hooks takes some creative engineering to keep the items in place.

One company—Toolhangerz—has solved the problem with custom holders for common woodworking tools, such as nail guns, routers, and drill/drivers. They even offer small wire shelves for convenient storage of sanders and battery-pack chargers.

The hangers fit 1⁄4-in. pegboard holes, but they can be used with slatwall panels, too. These heavy-gauge hangers provide a sure-handed grip and a convenient way to keep your shop organized.



posted in: blogs, storage, ToolHangerz, pegboard


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JPBrowning JPBrowning writes: We have added a new line of direct fasten hangers as well as utility hooks for cords, hoses, etc. Visit the website to see all of our products. We are continuing to add new items to fit the needs of our customers. We do manufacture in the USA.
Posted: 10:05 am on June 8th

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