Two-hand safety device

OpGuard is a two-hand control that is able to adjust its height by 11 inches, allowing operators safe, ergonomic use

04/04/2013


 

OpGuard is a two-hand control that is able to adjust its height by 11 inches, allowing operators safe, ergonomic use. Courtesy: Easton Lean ToolsOpGuard is a two-hand control that is also able to instantly adjust its height. OpGuard reduces workers’ strains by adding a flexible arm to the two-hand controls, enabling operations to reposition their controls to an ergonomic height. The arm has 11 inches of vertical adjustment, enabling the device to accommodate users of all heights. Additional features include availability with electric or pneumatic buttons and under-counter or wall surface mounting options. OpGuard has easy integration with machine controls and is made of durable steel and die-cast aluminum construction. Adjustable arms can be purchased independently with brackets to connect existing anti- tie down devices. 

Easton Lean Tools 

www.eastonleantools.com



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