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How to Reduce Push Force by 50% for Loads Over 1500 lbs.

Is your productivity down because of overexertion injuries to workers?

Are employees missing work or not loading carts to capacity because of strains and pains?

Are you insurance premiums and overall costs going up because of these probmems?

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Solutions that Move Your Business Forward

Pain Points

  • Alleviating Persistent Pain and Operator Fatigue

    • Reduce Accidents and Injuries
    • Lower Push Force While Increasing Cart Weight
    • Make Carts Safer and Easier to Move

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  • Achieve Efficiency and Safety.

    • Optimize Operations
    • Improve Safety
    • Synergize productivity and employee health.

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  • High Worker Insurance Comp.

    • Reduce insurance premiums and compensation costs
    • Minimize the risks of overexertion injuries
    • Alleviate financial burden

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    -Tapered tread design for a tight turning radius
    -Exhibit less rolling resistance on average of 50%.
    – More people can push a cart safely.
    – Operators can increase cart weight without increasing push force.

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  • Swivel on Swivel - TWERG®O Xtreme

    -Dual swivel section minimizes the castering effect,
    – Enables straight-line movement for carts
    – Enhanced maneuverability, and reduced push/pull force.
    -Barbell configuration achieves maximum load capacity and maximum ergonomic benefits.

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  • Drive Caster

    -Motor-driven caster wheel powered by a 1/2hp electric motor
    -2,000 lbs. traditional load movement
    -Towing caster capacity is 5,000 pounds
    -Integrates into a variety of applications.

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Case Studies

  • Tire Manufacturer Sees 71% Push Force Reduction.

    A challenge for a tire company revolved around four cart designs that up to 118 operators would move daily. Overexertion injuries were increasing, along with a list of worker complaints.

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  • Lower Comp Claims Make a Timely Arrival on Aircraft Tooling Stands.

    Large aircraft tooling stands are utilized for maintenance and repair. One aerospace corporation was experiencing injuries on their 14,000 lb. tooling stands that required several people, and minutes, to move.

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  • TWERGO® Achieves ROI In Less Than 3 Months For Automotive Manufacturer

    A top-three automotive manufacturer was having issues with the hard-plastic wheels used on their material handling carts. Replacement costs were totaling up to $90,000 per year.

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Ergo Experts

  • Chris Johnson - Ergonomic Solutions Expert

    Chris is a Territory Manager at Caster Concepts. He is one of our material handling experts with a strong background in business management and online media. To set up a meeting with Chris, click on the link below.

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  • Doug Backinger - Vice President of Sales

    Doug is Vice President of Sales. He brings a well-rounded background of outstanding sales leadership and a high level of engineering knowledge to the Caster Concepts team. To set up a meeting with Doug click on the link below.

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  • Matt Feichter - Ergonomics Solutions Expert

    Matt is a Territory Manager with over 10 years of sales experience providing effective solutions to our customers’ material handling needs. To set up an appointment with Matt, click on the link below.

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