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Nevr-Rust Tool Tainer Pickup Truck Boxes Available from Rotonics

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Tool Tainer II and II-L will never rust, dent, corrode or need painting, Rotonics Manufacturing says.

| February 2, 2011

Indianapolis, Ind. — Nevr-Rust Tool Tainer pickup truck boxes are molded from tough, heavy duty polyethylene plastic and built to withstand temperatures to -40°F, the firm reports. Tool Tainer II and II-L will never rust, dent, corrode or need painting, Rotonics Manufacturing says. The lid seals to the box with a keyed tongue and groove lip, which keeps your toolbox dry and dust free. There are no hinges, springs or weather stripping to break/wear out or sharp metal edges to catch on clothes or scrape arms.

The Tool Tainer is 50 percent deeper than conventional truck boxes and is available in two sizes to fit compact and full size trucks, long and short bed. They can be mounted directly behind the cab or at the tailgate.


Rotonics is one of the largest rotational molding companies in the United States. The firm produces a wide variety of plastic articles for a broad group of industries and applications.

For more information about Rotonics Manufacturing, visit www.rotonics.com.

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