What to do with dif­fi­cult “work­ing at height” is­sues

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - PRODUCT WATCH -

A lot of busi­nesses are wrestling with awk­ward work­ing at height sit­u­a­tions that have in the past been ac­cessed by a stan­dard lad­der or other (at times du­bi­ous) pieces of equip­ment. With the safety au­thor­i­ties now view­ing this trusty old lad­der, and other un­con­ven­tional short­cuts as un­safe to work from, th­ese same sit­u­a­tions that were no bother be­fore, are be­com­ing real posers.

That’s ex­actly why Equiptec de­vel­oped their ever in­creas­ing f leet of VRS Plat­forms. VRS, an acro­nym of Ver­ti­cal Rise Steps, has now grown to an­swer mul­ti­ple chal­lenges in a big range of in­dus­tries. As ev­ery VRS model has an ad­justable range of plat­form heights, they are both er­gonomic and multi-use. A di­verse f leet in three dif­fer­ent ranges now cov­ers al­most any ap­pli­ca­tion from 700mm to 5m plat­form heights, from work­shops to stores to con­struc­tion sites, and there is very likely to be a per­fect an­swer to your ac­cess prob­lems within the com­pre­hen­sive line-up.

And now, Equiptec is pleased to in­tro­duce an­other new VRS plat­form… the VRS Monkey 24. With an ad­justable plat­form height range of 1.2m to 2.4m, this unit is ideal for the truck­ing in­dus­try, equip­ment work­shops, ware­houses and fac­tory ap­pli­ca­tions etc.

Not only are there a lot of mod­els, but also an awe­some range of op­tions that ex­tend the VRS adapt­abil­ity even fur­ther, and help to cus­tomise to your ex­act re­quire­ments with off-the-shelf de­signs. And the devel­op­ment never stops! There is more in­no­va­tion com­ing through the Equiptec de­sign team as you read this, so, don’t limit your­self – what­ever your height is­sue, take an ef­fi­cient step for­ward – con­tact Equiptec to­day.

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