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First Aid Systainer Systainer3 M 112 :: SYS-Aid

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Systainer.Store's first custom systainer as requested by the community!

This is the latest revision of the SYS-Aid using the Tanos Systainer3 generation.

We hang out on the Festool Owner's Group forum and we have seen the various first aid systainers that users have put together over the last couple years.  It makes sense, right?  If we are makers, craftsman, technician and trades, we get dirty, we get physical and ever now and again we get injured.  Why not have a first aid systainer the is noticeable and ready to go in case of an accident?

We are proud to offer the First Aid Systainer Systainer3 M 112 or SYS-Aid.  The SYS-Aid is a carmine red body and white latch and white handle systainer where you can organize your first aid materials.  The inside of this systainer includes an EPP foam lid and a 10 compartment vacuum form insert.  We also provide a high quality label sheet so you can label your systainer with the appropriate white cross symbols and First aid lettering.  Use as many or as few of our recommend labels as you would like. Note that some labels may need slight trimming to fit.

This systainer doesn't come with any first aid elements. 

First-Aid Refill Kit recommendation - 160 piece: https://amzn.to/3RnJB74

Looking for ideas on how to stock your kit?  Check out Bellrise Farm's post.

This product is a kit.  You get the red/white Systainer3 M 112, EPP Foam, 10 compartment insert and high quality labels.

In the product images is a proof of the labels we had custom made by an industrial label manufacturer based here in the USA.  We are offering a variety of labels in a single 8.5" x 11" sheet. 

The label sheet will be under the 10 compartment insert when you get your product.

Add first aid to your mobile work style!

Get your systainers now and be confident in your organization.  The systainer - not just a case, but a system! 

New to the systainer system?  Check out our systainer 101.