Your shopping cart is empty!
The Arnos Hang-a-Plan range of Plan storage and planfiling products have been successfully launched in the 1970’s and have proven to be successfiull over the years. The most succesfull product range consists of
plan filing products in a front loading concept. Front loading plan trolleys and wall racks have been popular due to the efficiency achieved in filing and retrieving architectural building plans and other (oversized) documents.
Arnos Hang-a-Plan is the only brand which has successfully designed, manufactured and distributed a quick release plan filing clamp , known as the QUICKFILE plan hanger. This quick release clamp design has a cam lever action which saves time in storing and releasing the plans from its clip compared to the standard plan hanger range. The Hang-a-Plan QUICKFILE hangers are availabe in an A1 and A0 size plan binder.
Planhorse are the world leaders in Vertical plan filing, storage and archiving of drawings. The Planhorse system was first developed in 1979 and has since established markets all around the world.
Today it sells in more than 60 countries through a network of 34 Distributors. The Planhorse brand is internationally accepted as a leader in the field of large document storage. Over the years updates have been made to the design and further uses for the product have been developed.
The Planhorse patented design is based on a unique ultra strong two piece aluminium extrusion clamp which has big advantages over its competitors who require 3 extrusions to gain sufficient grip or strength to hold 100 or more sheets. Planhorse provide a 10 year replacement guarantee on its clamp and the innovative robustness of the overall system has resulted in numerous Design Mark Awards including the New Millennium Award for Technology and Quality awarded Planhorse in Switzerland in 2000. Whilst the principal manufacturing base is in the UK and New Zealand, Planhorse also have certain items in the range manufactured under licence in Mexico, Colombia, Spain, India, China, Cyprus and USA in order to reduce freight costs and ensure steady product supply to strategic markets.