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Safe way to work at heights

30-08-2011
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Trelawny Surface Preparation Technology has released a new product for use with their low vibration needle and chisel scalers.

The new Fall Arrester is designed to help prevent potential OH&S risks and avoid losing and damaging tools.

As de-scaling is often carried out from a height, the potential risks to people and equipment from a falling tool can be huge.

The Fall Arrester, from Industrial Air Tools, can be secured onto the rear housing of the scaler and then fastened by chain or rope to the scaffolding or any secure structure.

It is ideal for bridge maintenance, offshore platforms and rigs, ships and marine vessels, working on scaffolds and all applications at heights.

Industrial Air Tools
Ph: 1800 62 72 82
www.iatps.com.au

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