One of our shops needed custom floor plates and barriers for a new equipment installation. With heavy equipment traffic in this area we needed to use some 3/4″ Steel Floor plate. With exposed plumbing it was necessary to build heavy plate protectors to avoid damage from passing forklifts or other heavy machinery.
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A Crossover Bridge will be a huge timesaver in your shop. With a push of a button, your workers can safely move across shop locations and not waste that time or risking injury walking up and down ramps and stairs.
This installation shows how the bridge we installed 10 years earlier was salvaged from a location that was shut down and modified for its new home.
With all the talk about all the big things going on today, we figured we could take some time to clear up something. Our pegboard and our heavy duty custom hangers are one of our most popular products with heavy industry because so many “homeowner” type products are being re-marketed to the industrial sector we decided to go big. From our storage cabinets to wall mounted pegboards they are all geared toward 5S tool organization for the industry sector. We even call it the “industry standard”.
Just how tough is it? Well here is a photo of about 85+ pounds hanging in the same area of the mounted board. The pegboard panel and hangers are built to be used in a heavy shop environment.
Is it time to upgrade your shop or tool room? Give us a call or email.
This kit has several components that are all located on one dolly and include a place for all the different models of Neck Fill Pressure Fixtures. We have now included the hose holders to help keep the newer stiff hoses from unwrapping on the cart.
This crew hits the road in the rain, wind or snow, they deserve the same work safe environment as the shop crew does.
We were tasked with securing all the required tools for the job. We designed a special slide for the derailer since it is so heavy and required a reach and lift with your back extended. Is this OSHA number one back strain position? It may be, but now the slide mechanism pulls it out so it is a straight arm lift position. Next came securing brake shoes, Derail Locks, MU hoses, buggy bars, and brooms.
The first truck we did was old but we completely emptied and cleaned out the bed for layout.
Almost as nice as when it was new just a little more character.