Tool Bags

Tool Bags Alliance (Large Bag 1) Mesh

Pro Linesmans Mesh Tool Bags


Pro Linesmans PVCTool Bags
Linesman's Tool Bag (Mesh)

Linesman's Tool Bag (Mesh)
Universal PRO Tool Bag (PVC)

Universal PRO Tool Bag (PVC)

Team and MEWP Trolley Bag (Mesh)

Team and MEWP Trolley Bag (Mesh)
Tool Bags Little Pig (MESH)

Tool Bags Little Pig (MESH)

Linesman's Team Tool Bucket (Mesh)

Linesman's Team Tool Bucket (Mesh)
Tool Caddy (PVC)


Tool Caddy (PVC)
Tool Bags Little Pig (PVC)


Tool Bags Little Pig (PVC)
Tool Bags (MEWP - Scissor) Standard Bag

Tool Bags (MEWP - Scissor) Standard
Tool Bags - PRO MEWP Bag (PVC)

Tool Bags - PRO MEWP Bag (PVC)
Rucksack

Rucksack
Barrel Bag (Mesh)

Barrel Bag (Mesh)
Barrel Bag (PVC)

Barrel Bag (PVC)
Tool Bags Large (PVC)

Tool Bags Large (PVC)
Tool Bags Large (Mesh)

Tool Bags Large (Mesh)
Tool Bags Medium (PVC)

Tool Bags Medium (PVC)
Tool Bags Medium (Mesh)

Tool Bags Medium (Mesh)
Tool Bags Small (PVC)

Tool Bags Small (PVC)
Tool Bags Small (Mesh)

Tool Bags Small (Mesh)
Tool Bags Linesman PRO Bolt Bag (PVC)

Tool Bags Linesman PRO Bolt Bag (PVC)
Linesman PRO Bolt Bag (Mesh)

Linesman PRO Bolt Bag (Mesh)
Carpenters Tool Apron (PVC)

Carpenters Tool Apron (PVC)
Drill Holster

Drill Holster
Tool Bags (Tool Holsters)

Tool Bags (Tool Holsters)
Nail Bag (PVC)

Nail Bag (PVC)
Tape Measure Anchor


Tape Measure Anchor
Hammer Holster

Hammer Holster
Small Pouch

Small Pouch
Single Tool Holster

Single Tool Holster



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Tool Bags Designed for Work at Height Requirements

Working at height is a dangerous proposition under any circumstances, but even more so when large numbers of tools are involved. Tools can be dropped even under the best of conditions and endanger anyone who might be standing below. Believe it or not, even the smallest of tools can become deadly objects if dropped from a high enough point. Therefore, it's imperative for at height workers to properly secure all tools while on the job site.

One of the best ways to do this is to use a tool bag which has been specifically designed for work at height applications. This type of tool bag is different than a standard tool bag in that it utilizes a variety of anchors, straps, and holsters. All of the added elements allow tools to be attached securely to prevent them from falling if they are dropped. Tool bags designed for at height work come in a variety of shapes and sizes to fit the requirements of a wide variety of applications.

Belt Attached Tool Bags

The most common type of tool bag for individual at height workers is one that attaches to a tool belt. It will generally have a loop built into the entire length of the tool bag through which the belt is slipped. Other fixing variations include: Velcro, buckle, and eyelet holes, each providing flexible fixing solutions (read more here...) The bag is generally worn on the hip or backside and has a series of anchors and holsters. The anchors are used to attach lanyards to which tools are attached on the other end. Sometimes these lanyards are flexible and other times they are fixed.

Special holsters are available and designed for small hand tools, tape measures, claw hammers, etc. Larger holsters for hand drills and other tools are also available. Using holsters designed specifically for working at height means the worker will keep his tools fitted securely in the belt when not in use, while at the same time allowing for quick and easy withdrawal. This maximizes his efficiency on the job site while also maintaining safety.

Other Types of Tool Bags

There are larger tool bags that are anchored to scaffolding, hydraulic buckets, or other types of mobile elevated platform systems (MEWPS). These bags are ideal for larger tools that you would not want to wear on your waist. For occupations with special needs, you can purchase specialty bags with unique options. For example, a lineman's tool bag is ideal for the individual who works on utility lines. There are also lineman tool buckets and barrel bags for jobs that require larger tools.

Regardless of your particular need, be sure to find the tool bag appropriate to your occupation and work environment. Also, be sure to use only bags that are properly rated.



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