Handheld grinders are powerful tools used in just about every metalworking environment. It is cumbersome and tiring work that puts considerable strain on the user. In a time where companies cannot afford lost time due to injuries, ergonomic solutions are now more important than ever.
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See how this simple ergonomic solution prevents operator fatigue and repetitive motion injuries.
See how a reaction plate can be integrated into a FlexArm for a simple torque reaction solution for tools with large amounts of torque.
See how this FlexArm counterbalances a crimping tool while still allowing the operator to reach every spot within their workspace.
See how this FlexArm counterbalancing solution reduces fatigue by taking the 10-pound Atlas Copco grinder out of the operator's hands.
See how this arm keeps operators safe by counterbalancing both a 10-pound grinder and a 3-pound deburring tool.
See how this customer is turning a two-man operation into a one-man operation with the FlexArm Ergonomic Arm.
Watch the video of this application at the bottom of this page. A customer was looking for a counterbalancing solution that would allow them to comfortably operate a 10-pound Chicago Pneumatic grinder. We paired it with the standard B-19-RG arm and the Rotational Gimbal 101100 (fits tools with tool body between Ø2.63″-3.625″). The arm allows
Check out this custom ergonomic solution of a G-30 FlexArm that counterbalances a 25-pound pistol grip nutrunner with an Atlas Copco reaction plate.
See how the FlexArm B-19-RG torque reaction arm counterbalances an air rammer tool while giving the operator complete range of motion.
In this week's episode of Ergonomic Problem Solving, Jeff goes over an application that has a 7"/9" angle grinder mounted on our B19-RG arm to achieve a huge range of motion while using the tool.