Colorado State Sideline Helmet Repair Workstation
This sideline equipment trunk was built for Colorado State University. The trunk is designed to hold 6 back up helmets and provide a worksurface for repairs between plays. The trunk features multiple storage compartments, drawers and power distribution for an all in one, easy to set up repair station.
The lid features Tilt Lock bins for small parts storage. Each bin is translucent and features 3 individual compartments for a total of 36. A 18v Ridgid® battery powered drill is provided with the trunk. The drill is held in a custom CNC cut foam compartment that contours it shape and features a 3/8” clear Lexan door to keep it secured during transport. The battery charger is hard wired into the trunk’s main power distribution box. An LM Tour Systems Configurable Power Outlet Panel is provided for desktop power. The box is configured with 4 – 20amp duplex outlets and 2 locking Powercon® jacks. A LM Tour Systems 4-Plex courtesy outlet bank with a Powercon® connector is provided for additional outlets bringing the total available outlet count to 12. Power is brought into the case via an LM Tour Systems DSK-I power box. A LM Tour Systems 25ft locking Edison – True1 power cable is provided. The lid is finished with black textured coating and supported with gas springs.
The main worksurface is built from ½” marine grade plastic for long term durability. Below the worksurface are 3 custom drawers. Each drawer is built from ½” Baltic Birch plywood, mounted on HD Accuride® glides and finished with black textured coating. Each drawer features a 3/8” clear Lexan rain guard.
Below the work surface are 6 helmet compartments. Each compartment is 17.375” wide x 11.875” tall x 22.75” deep. The compartments are built from ½” Baltic Birch finished with black textured coating.
The case exterior is built from 3/8” plywood laminated with Forrest Green ABS plastic. The trunk features deep recessed handles and rides on 8” field casters. A custom silkscreen of the Colorado State logo is provided on all sides.
Special thanks to Colorado State!