The Bucket Work Center is an ecosystem that will revamp the way a Lineman works. It allows Lineman to customize their workspace, just like other professionals customize their office space. Klein Tools' Auger Bit Storage Module has 2 slots that fit 12-Inch, 18-Inch and 24-Inch bits. This will be ''the Lineman's office''. The S-Hook System easily attaches to aerial buckets with a standard 2-Inch or 3-Inch (5.1 or 7.6 cm) bucket lip. An assortment of modules are available to customize each workstation to fit the tools needed for the job.
Holds two different auger bits: the left side fits either 12” or 18” and the right holds 18” and 24”
Klein’s Bucket Center storage modules hang from the side of your cherry picker with an S-hook (sold separately) for easy access to your tools on the job
Lineman can transform their workspace with the Bucket Work Center modules to become the Lineman's office, similar to how other professionals customize their office space
S-Hook modules are hung horizontally across the rim of an aerial bucket to maximize space
S-Hooks are available in 2 sizes to accommodate buckets with the standard 2-Inch or 3-Inch (5.1 or 7.6 cm) bucket lip (Cat. Nos. BC311, BC312; sold separately)
The Auger Bit Storage Module has 2 slots to store 12-Inch, 18-Inch, and 24-Inch long auger bits
Simply drop Klein's Aluminum Spacer into one slot to store a 12-Inch auger bit in the 18-Inch holder or store an 18-Inch long auger bit in the 24-Inch bit holder (Cat. No BC507I; sold separately)
Made with heavy-duty, UV resistant plastic to stand up to tough working conditions
1 S-Hook is required to help secure the module to the aerial bucket
The Bucket Work Center is an ecosystem that will revamp the way a Lineman works. It allows Lineman to customize their workspace, just like other professionals customize their office space. This will be "the Lineman's office".
Klein Tools is the result of one of those “happy accidents” that turn out to be revolutionary. Klein Tools famously got their start in 1857 when a linesman came to founder Matthias Klein to repair his broken pliers. Klein replaced the broken half and when the old half of the tool broke too, Klein forged a replacement for that, thus making the first Klein Linesman pliers. Since these humble beginnings, Klein Tools has grown and become one of the largest American made toolmakers and they’re a brand used by tradesmen, linesman and electricians all across America.