Automatic Lift Tables Can Reduce Back Injury?
Among America’s most common workplace safety and health injuries are back strains. Approximately 80% of the population will have a back injury during their lifetime, so workers need to be prepared and take care of their backs.
Back injuries can be very painful and have the potential to significantly impact daily activities and work. While back injuries are usually caused after years of poor back maintenance, a single event can make all those years catch up fast. Back pain is most often the result of muscle and ligament strains, especially in a factory that requires heavy lifting. You always hear the advice to lift with your legs rather than your back, but it’s hard to follow that advice day in and day out when your knees are starting to hurt.
Automatic lifting tables are here to save you and your fellow workers from back injury. They raise and position materials in such a way as to reduce potential injuries in a wide array of industries. Lift tables make it easier than ever to adjust the height of the piece of upholstery you are working on. Instead of having to constantly readjust your position, and bending lower and lower, you can raise it up to a level that is comfortable. Our line of Rexel automatic lifting tables are the ultimate workstations and back savers. With height-positioning systems and steel frames and tabletops, you can adjust these tables to the correct height, and they won’t collapse beneath hundreds of pounds of weight
Other cool features include foot pedals for quick and easy adjustments, tool holders on the sides of the table, connection outputs for air tools, and a safety feature that prevents the table from dropping if it’s ever accidentally cut off from its power supply.
With one of these tables in your shop, you’ll never tweak your back again from carrying heavy bolts of fabric. Your knees will rejoice in their newfound salvation. Give us a call today and we’ll help you find the table that is right for your workspace!
Looking to store Carpet, Fabric, Vinyl...? Look no further!
When it comes to storing fabric, there is a vast difference between sewing fabric and heavy-duty industrial fabric. While bolts of sewing fabric are easy to store on store shelves, in baskets, or over racks, industrial fabrics require something sturdier.
Industrial fabrics differ from textile (apparel) fabrics in several ways. Industrial fabrics are made of higher fibers, yarns, and chemicals to prevent failures which could have dangerous consequences. Functionality is the most important feature because the fabric must be able to handle the environmental factors and structural requirements of the application.
Manufacturing industrial fabrics is more difficult because higher value fibers and materials can be more difficult to manipulate due to the intrinsic performance specifications. These are fabrics that cannot just be rolled up on a normal fabric bolt or folded and placed neatly on shelves
So, what is the best way to store rolls of industrial fabric?
The answer is a roll rack. Our A-frame heavy duty racks are great for storing heavy industrial fabrics from vinyl to polyester. They can move around the workspace easily and store those large rolls out of the way.
The rack will allow you to easily handle rolled goods and spread them onto your cutting system while maintaining precise alignment of each ply. There is a center support for wider machines, and for narrow heavy materials.
Give us a call today and we’ll help you find the best rack for your business!
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Fabric's not as bulky as Carpet? no worries! We have all shapes and sizes available!
Always, always always call us if you have any questions! We have helped hundreds of companies find the right tools for them to succeed! We would love to help you with what ever project you are working on!