Festool to launch the Systainer3 tool storage system

Festool to launch the Systainer3 tool storage system

Festool is launching the Systainer3 tool storage system, which will be available from January 2020.

The new generation of Systainer was developed by Festool and Tanos in cooperation with bott, and fits seamlessly into with the new bott vario3 vehicle equipment range.

All tools and consumables in the new Systainer³ can be integrated into the bott vario3 vehicle equipment range, remaining clearly organised while stowed and always within easy reach, whether in the workshop, on the move or at a construction site. At the same time, with the Systainer3 in combination with the bott vario3 vehicle equipment, which enables easy loading and unloading, you can be on the move much more quickly, saving you time and money.


The new Systainer³ Organizer for neat and tidy storage of small parts is another new addition to the Systainer range. It is available in two different sizes and has a transparent cover so you can easily identify the contents. Festool offers a range of equipment for the Systainer3 Organizer, with a total of seven different sizes of small parts boxes. Practical: Systainer3 and the Systainer3 Organizer can be connected together, providing organisation of the machine and consumables in the same system. With the established T-LOC one-handed operating element, both new products can easily dock onto another new product: The Systainer3 roll board. It comes with four handle options as well as practical feedthroughs for straps and, with its load-carrying capacity of up to 100 kg, is ideal for mobile use. The new Systainer³ can also be connected to other Festool system accessories, such as the mobile dust extractor.


“The Systainer has always been more than just a toolbox. It’s an important module in our Festool transport and storage system, which we are constantly expanding and further developing. But the new Systainer is significantly more versatile in terms of application areas,” stresses Oliver Seeger, product manager for Systainer at Festool. “With the help of the T-LOC operating element, the Systainer3 and many other system products – including the older Systainer generations – can be connected together. In addition, thanks to integrated mounting rails, it can now fit seamlessly into the new bott vario3 vehicle equipment. This not only means you save a lot of time on your journey from the workshop to the construction site and back, but you are also safe when you are travelling, as no unsecured items can fly around. Everything stays in its place, even in the event of an accident. Safety is the top priority for all of our products.


The superscript number “3” not only indicates the third generation of the Systainer, which has been established in the professional trade sector since 1993, but also the three application areas: workshop, transport and construction site. With the standardised Systainer³ storage and transport system, everything can be stored neatly and securely stowed, both in the stationary workshop and on the construction site. It is also fully compatible with all older Systainer models and available in a range of widths and heights. The three low Systainer3 variants have a handy front carrying handle, allowing them to be carried ergonomically, close to the body. It can be connected to other Festool system accessories, such as the new Systainer3 roll board or the mobile dust extractor.


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