Every DIY enthusiast or tradesperson needs to have some system in his toolbox. Various compartments, the table or the table itself, and classic bulletin boards with hammered nails can be used. However, The best solution is unique suitcases and file cabinets that can fit tools and suitable accessories.
First of all, there are models for home use and professional tradesman. If you have a home workshop and do most of the work around the house, spending money on professional models made of top materials and with more advanced functions is okay. If the suitcase or binder is always in the workshop, you can choose a model with larger dimensions and weight. If you need to travel with tools, you will be interested in a different type. The tools you want to store are just as essential. Some files are designed for a specific kind – ratchets, drills, screwdrivers, etc.
Manufacturers try to accommodate DIYers as much as possible. That's why they prepared several ways to organise tools. The first is a classic suitcase or box with an ingenious internal division into compartments and sections. If you carry the tools, the most comfortable will be a backpack or a shoulder bag, where you can better distribute the weight of the equipment. In the workshop, a cabinet with many drawers or an organiser, which can also be wall-mounted, will do you the most outstanding service.
You will also need to pay the same attention to the binder parameters. Depending on the amount of stored tools, you will look for models with an adequate load capacity. Cheaper models have a load capacity of, for example, only 10 kg, while more professional models can be used, for instance, as steps, and their load capacity reaches more than 60 kg.
In terms of dimensions, you can choose a case for the drill and several pieces of accessories, as well as a large aluminium cabinet. There are hundreds of models to choose from, and it's up to you which one you choose. But a bigger suitcase also means a heavier bag. Keep this in mind when choosing. The lightest binders weigh less than 5 kg, while the standard weighs 2-7 kg.
Manufacturers indicate internal capacities in litres. Smaller filing cabinets have a capacity of around 10 l, but most do-it-yourselfers can get by with 30 l. The most extensive cabinets and boxes can offer 70 l or more.