Ergonomic Torque Arms

Ergonomic Torque Arm Prevents Assembly Injuries

A poorly designed and functioning assembly worksite leads to potential employee injuries and additional expenses can incur. With large volume manufacturing facilities, power tools are often used for tightening down fasteners. Assembly power tools increase productivity and reduce manufacturing costs. Tools that operate at high speeds increase risk factors. Power tools generally produce unwanted torque…

Linear Torque Arms

Torque Arm Improves Safety & Ergonomics in Manufacturing

The manufacturing process is constantly evolving in response to customer needs and emerging technology. Managing the assembly workstation, tooling requirements, production flow and employee safety is indeed a challenge. The daily repetitive fastening process exposes your assemblers to potential stress injuries. Increasing your awareness of ergonomic challenges and looking for ways to improve operator safety…

Ergonomic Torque Arm

Protecting Employees & Making the Assembly Station Ergonomic

Whether your manufacturing staff is assembling components used for electronics, aircraft, automobiles or appliances, it’s important to identify potential ergonomic risk factors. Power tools, both electric and pneumatic type, generally produce unwanted torque reaction that transfers over to an operator’s hand. After a while, the daily fastening process will expose your operators to repetitive stress…

articulated torque arm

Prevent the Risk of Injuries and Additional Expenses with an Ergonomic Solution

A power tool incidentally dropped by an assembly operator at a workstation, causes additional expenses and reduces productivity. Repairing and replacing parts for the assembly tool, recalibrating the tool after its been dropped or purchasing a new replacement tool are all additional, unnecessary costs. Daily, weekly, monthly, an assembly operator performs hundreds and thousands of…