Filing Cabinets with 25mm thick top

FILING CABINET

25mm thick top

A filing cabinet that stocks suspension files is a useful addition to your home or office.

Our Filing Cabinets come in different sizes and styles to suit wherever you work and many are lockable offering extra peace of mind.

Our Best Seller

2 Drawer Filing Cabinet

 

  • Available: 2, 3 or 4 Drawer
  • Dimensions: 474mm Width x 625mm Depth x 730mm High
  • Options: Locking Drawers (2 Keys)
  • Finish: Beech or Light Oak Finish

2 DRAWER FILING CABINET

 

  • Dimensions: W474mm x D625mm x H730mm
  • Options: Locking Drawers (2 Keys)
  • Finish: Beech or Light Oak Finish

3 DRAWER FILING CABINET

 

  • Dimensions: W474mm x D625mm x H1014mm
  • Options: Locking Drawers (2 Keys)
  • Finish: Beech or Light Oak Finish

4 DRAWER FILING CABINET

 

  • Dimensions: W474mm x D625mm x H1298mm
  • Options: Locking Drawers (2 Keys)
  • Finish: Beech or Light Oak Finish

2 DRAWER EXECUTIVE FILING CABINET

 

  • Two Drawer Executive Side Filing Unit
  • 30mm top
  • Dimensions: W900mm x D600mm x H730mm
  • Options: Locking Drawers (2 Keys)
  • Finish: Crown Cut Oak & American Black Walnut

What type of Filing Cabinet?

 

There a few important considerations to make before you buy. How much room do you have in your office?

How many files does the cabinet need to hold?

 

Vertical Filing

These are the most traditional, and offer between two and five drawers. Files run front to back in vertical file cabinets and face the user. Vertical file cabinets are nice because they take up little wall space, but aren’t the best office file cabinet if you need to access your files every day, or don’t have much walk around room.Your office needs to be able accomadate the depth of vertical file cabinets, usually around 740mm, plus the length of the open drawer, another 740mm.

 

Lateral Filing

Take up more wall space, but less interior space than vertical file cabinets. That’s because lateral file drawers are usually only about 500mm deep, so require less room to open. Lateral files are great for high volume offices that need to access files several times a day, and for crowded work areas. Lateral file cabinets are also extremely versatile. You can arrange your files so they face the sides of the file drawers and run left to right, or face your files toward the front of the cabinet to create organized rows of files. Many two-drawer lateral file cabinets are small enough to fit under your desk, supplying a great way to expand the storage capacity of small offices. Or place a lateral file cabinet against your desk to create a new work surface.

 

Material

File cabinets come in two varieties: metal file cabinets and wood file cabinets. Metal is the most popular choice for file cabinets because it can handle heavy use and still look good. Metal file cabinets are the best choice for busy offices that need to access files often. Metal Cabinets also offer a long term storage and protection for your office files and documents.

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The Old Reading Room, Green Hammerton YORK YO26 8BN

Tel: 01423 331264

enquiries@sjmackofficefurniture.co.uk

Simon J Mack

OFFICE FURNITURE