In my work office, we have a lot of paper work and reports that must be kept for one year. So I have to maintain a circulating file. Our corporate security department requires that some of these reports remain under lock and key, so a heavy duty, locking file cabinet is what we need.
The Hon four drawer locking file cabinet works out great for me. I use hanging file folders, which are each labeled with a week number, one through fifty-two. So this morning when I filed last week's paper work, it was filed under week forty-two. Last year's week forty two paper work was shredded. Weeks one through fifty-two take up all the space in the top two drawers of the cabinet. Drawer number three is for lost and found items, and drawer number four is for deposit books, Coin Master receipt tape, armored car receipt books and the like. All must be saved and be accessible in case of audit for one year.
I've been maintaining this file for four years at this store and it works out very well. It locks with a slide bar that has a padlock fitted to the store security keys. The drawers slide nicely and the file folders hang perfectly.
I'm not sure who originally bought our file cabinet, but they made a good choice.