Zero G Tool Balancing Payload EWP Mountable System
Operating heavy tools from an elevated work platforms has never been safer. The Aerial system is designed to mount the revolutionary Zero G Tool Arm to the railing of most elevated work platforms. The Aerial system is easy to install, easy to manoeuvre, and makes the use of heavy tools effortless. The Zero G system will improve productivity and significantly reduce the risk of injury to employees.
Utilising spring tension and innovative design to balance the weight of tools used in bolt tensioning, drilling, sanding, riveting and many other applications the Ekso Works Aerial Work Platform system is fast becoming the latest technology to improve safety, efficiency and quality in construction and demolition industry. Capable of holding tools weighing up to 16kg fully balanced allowing the user to freely, safely and accurately manoeuvre the tool in any direction without injury or fatigue.
Revolutionary Zero G Tool Arm
Up to 16kg tool payload
Working reach of 1.2mtrs
Dynamic vertical tool travel of 860mm
Universal pigtail and lanyard tool holding system
Elevated work platform (EWP) mounting system suitable for most EWP models
Quick Mount System for the Zero G Tool Arm
Safety Lock system for secure attachment to EWP
Robust design to withstand harsh work conditions
Heavy duty transport case
Also available to be mounted to industry standard scaffold
16kg tool payload
Universal "pigtail" and lanyard tool holder
1.2mtr working arm
860mm dynamic tool holder movement
Quick and easy mounting to most EWP systems
Gravity latch locking system for safety
Ideal for use with impact drills, pneumatic chisels, jack hammers and other heavy tools
Images shows a Bosch Impact Drill attached to the tool arm. This tool is not included in the system.
Systems available for sale and rental. Please note: rental is subject to availability.
Safety MITS specialises in innovative maintenance equipment for the mining and earthmoving industries. We supply products across Australia, New Zealand, United States, South America and Asia.