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Ergonomic solutions from Actisafe

12-10-2010
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Actisafe is an Australian owned and operated company that solves workplace problems with efficient, safe and innovative ergonomic solutions.

Part of the company’s rapid, national growth has been its capacity to tailor technologies to suit the end user.

Actisafe is also a Defence Recognised Supplier, with a big range of fully custom made ergonomic products including:

  • Workstations & Counters
  • Partitions & Tool-holder Panels
  • Cabinets & Shelves
  • Chairs & Stools
  • Pallet Trucks & Lift Tables
  • Cranes & Trolleys
  • Ladders & Platforms
  • Drum Handling & Storage
  • Self Tipping Skips
  • Lightweight stackable trestles for trades work

Actisafe’s rugged, workbench/drawer unit is a highly sought-after product, tailor made to suit end user needs. This technology suits technical work, assembly procedures and clean parts processing duties.

It is ideal for technical industries such as electronics, electrical, laboratory and testing as well as inspection services.

These units can be configured to whatever design is required, allowing tailored position of power boards, power sockets, tool holders and racks as well as the required number and location of drawers.

For extremely harsh conditions such as those in mining workshops, heavy engineering, furnace operations and large vehicle mechanics workshops, Actisafe offers heavy duty alternatives.

Actisafe
Ph: 1300 852 397

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