Shredder Offer with Free Laminator

Model: 155

  • Strip Cut
  • Home office or desk side
  • Accepts paper clips and staples
  • Strip cut model accepts credit cards
  • Large, easy-empty waste bin. Never leaves shreds on the floor
  • Extremely low noise level
  • Doubles as a normal waste paper basket

£ 121.00 + VAT
Cross Cut Model £ 141.00 + VAT

Model: 280

  • Cross or Strip Cut
  • Home office or desk side
  • Accepts paper clips and staples
  • Extremely low noise level
  • Doubles as a normal waste paper basket
  • Fast & efficient shredding
  • Unique free-standing cutting head
  • Easy operation
  • Large waste basket

£ 253.00 + VAT
Cross Cut Model £ 285.00 + VAT

And Get a Free Laminator whilst Stocks last.
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Steel Walls and Partition for the Factory

We have just added 4 new sections on Steel Partition.
These include;
Broadsword
Excalibur
Toledo
and Mesh

All of the sections have downloadable PDF’s showing standard panel sizes.

>>Please click here for Steel Partition

Merlin Industrial Products only Supply the Troax system of steel partition .We had no choice

It is impossible to not take the next step when firm conviction and clear insight drives you. This may explain Troax’s establishment and growth on increasingly more markets.

Troax has always perceived an escalating need for our safety solutions in industry, warehouse and property protection. A more effective society attracts more safety traps, which are very costly in production loss and, unfortunately harm people and our belongings. Which is why our concepts are becoming a global issue.

Security is a Group issue

Troax is a part of the international security group Gunnebo. Today, the Group has 90 companies located in 30 countries and sales to a further hundred markets via agents and distributors. Annual turnover amounts to some
MEUR 730.

In Gunnebo’s product portfolio, one can find fire- and burglar resistant safes, security products for banks and cash handling, electronic security systems, fire protection, entrance- and access control, alarm centres and outdoor and indoor perimeter protection.

The Troax Group

Troax was founded in 1955 in Hillerstorp, Sweden. The group presently consists of 13 sales companies in various countries plus some distributors on new markets. Our production sites are located in England and Sweden. We have 385 employees and our turnover is about MEUR 54.

Steady progress

Our ambition the past ten years has in part been to expand our local presence on more EUROPEAN markets and in part to develop our product range’s versatility. The range has been rigorously refined and focuses on mesh panels. Other product segments have been phased out or sold.

Our R&D efforts have resulted in many new products and accessories that build on our proven mesh panel concept. Take for example the Rapid Fix post and panel system or the Safe Lock locking/door system.

Central service locally

Troax’s business concept is to maintain a strong local competence on each respective market, serviced by central and easily accessible functions at the head office in Hillerstorp. Besides centralised production, Hillerstorp also houses technology, market, environment and quality functions that are at our subsidiaries’ disposal when dealing with customers, preparing tenders and for drawing assignments.

Irrespective of size or where our customers operate, Troax will also provide adequate and optimum solutions that are correctly priced. Local warehouses in each market are backed by daily deliveries from the world’s largest mesh panel warehouse in Hillerstorp.

Look after your Body it should last a Lifetime!

Please find the tips below; Thanks to Fellowes website at www.fellowes.co.uk

Comfort Tips

Many of the problems encountered in the head, neck and shoulders result from poor alignment of the body and the equipment. Following a few simple guidelines can help greatly in this zone.

· Arrange the positions of your desk, chair, keyboard, monitor screen and documents so as to minimise awkward head and neck movements.

· Select the correct monitor height. The top of your screen should be at eye level.

· Sustain a proper body posture. Your ears, shoulders and hips should be in a straight line. This is particularly important whilst typing.

· Select a correct work height so that your thighs are parallel to the floor and your feet can reach the floor, or footrest.

· Set your chair so that your back is straight and that you are not slouching forward over the desk. Also, your forearms should be parallel to the floor when reaching out to the keyboard.

· Position your documents on a copyholder that is viewable within the line of sight between you and the monitor screen. Position the copyholder on the side of your dominant eye.

· For additional adjustability use a specialist product designed to alter the height and position of your computer monitor.

The final zone that affects well being in the office is the immediate ambient environment around the individual workstation.

Try these tips to help improve your personal environment:

· Clean all of your office equipment regularly to kill germs and eliminate static. This will also improve computer screen clarity and keep your workspace dust and dirt free.

· Use anti-static cleaning products, chair mats and screen filters to eliminate static, which is a potential cause of dry skin complaints and dry eyes.

· Adjust temperature to a comfortable level.

· Ensure your workspace is well lit and free from glare and reflections. Remember to adjust lighting depending on the time of day and amount of external light.

· For softer lighting, consider halogen uplighters to shine directly on the ceiling and reflect the light back on to the workplace.

· Halogen bulbs produce permanent light without flicker.

· Recommended light levels around the computer screen are in the range of 250-300 LUX. Elsewhere in the office a range of 500-700 LUX is recommended. Use dimmer switches and secondary lighting to maintain the correct levels.

· Noise can be a problem, particularly from some printers. Consider using an acoustic hood.

· Dry air can contribute to dry skin problems. Consider using a humidifier.