Utilishelf hands free work station

Farmington Hills, Mich.—Brooks Utility Products, a supplier of metering security products for the electric utility industry, is pleased to introduce Utilishelf, a safe, convenient hands-free workstation to meet everyday needs in-the-field.
Designed for use as a laptop or tool holder, writing surface, lunch table or compartmentalized surface for holding small parts and connectors, Utilishelf makes fieldwork easier and safer for employees and their equipment. The unit easily and firmly attaches magnetically to meter enclosures, switchgear, substation compartments or any metal surface providing a convenient and safe portable workstation. Utilishelf is made from durable, military-grade material, is dielectric safe and UV resistant, supporting 15 pounds of vertical weight. The unit offers a 1-year warranty and is 100 percent invented, manufactured and assembled in the USA.

"We are excited to offer a simply ingenious product that was designed to safely and efficiently fill a specific need in the field," said Scott Mann, Director of Marketing, Brooks Utility Products. "Utilishelf provides our growing customer base with another easy–to-use, effective and affordable solution. At Brooks, serving the needs of our customers remains our priority."

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