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You can keep document management well under control when you choose HON file cabinets to store important records. Metal file cabinets can provide clean lines and security, while wood pedestal cabinets can fit snugly under desks to provide immediate access to vital papers. You can select from a wide range of sizes and styles, with lateral file cabinets available for easy access to legal files and large six-drawer cabinets with roll-up doors useful for medical records.
Most file cabinets are made of metal given its durability and the security it affords. Consider choosing HON file cabinets in heavy-gauge steel with a baked-enamel finish for a clean, professional look. Drawer pulls with thumb latches can offer convenient access to your documents, with nylon rollers that can keep drawers opening and closing smoothly and quietly. HON metal file drawers are designed to accommodate hanging files, which can make it easy to organize your documents by category.
Two-drawer wood file cabinets are an ideal choice when you want to have immediate access to your files from your desk and promote a harmonious look. You can match file cabinet finishes to the desk, credenza or return. If you use a modern desk with no drawers, try to choose a wood file cabinet with a top box drawer that holds pens and other supplies. Consider choosing freestanding cabinets or pedestal models that attach to your desk securely.
The wide selection of HON filing cabinets can allow you to choose the size you need to accommodate your files. You may need a two- or three-drawer model or even several filled with tall four-drawer cabinets, depending on the amount of information you need to file and store. Locking cabinets can offer an extra level of security for sensitive files, and handrails allow for interior organization so you can find what you need quickly. Consider choosing a six-drawer cabinet with roll-up doors that adds up to 30 percent more filing capacity, thanks to their end-tab filing format and wire file dividers. These large cabinets are a good choice when you need to manage very large volumes of files over a long period of time.
HON vertical file cabinets are ideal for storing working files. Consider choosing between cabinets designed to store legal-size or letter-size files to accommodate the documents you use most, and you can pick locking cabinets when your files are kept in an office with minimal or no security. Leveling guides can help cabinets stay stable and are easy to use on uneven floors, and baked-enamel finishes can resist rust. Lateral file cabinets are a good choice in a law firm or architectural office that needs adjustable storage space. Consider using the adjustable handrails to organize files in a side-to-side format so it's easy to find what you're looking for. Many HON file cabinets exceed ANSI/BIFMA standards for sustainability, an added plus.