Ingersoll-Rand and Industrial Power Sales introduces The Signature Bundle Handler
Press release from the issuing company
The Signature Bundle Handler was developed to offer a standard, cost effective solution to the printing industry. This product takes the difficulty out of handling large and heavy bundles.
Print bindery operations have difficulty handling signature bundles because these bundles can often weigh close to 250 pounds. In addition, the length of the bundles makes them cumbersome and often requiring two to three persons to handle the load. This kind of weight and length can cause employees to strain muscles or sustain more severe injuries.
The Signature Bundle Handler is meant to simplify the process of handling parts and minimize any manual lifting. Using this product, one employee can lift, rotate, and place bundles with minimal effort. Thus, the handler can help reduce the risk of back strain, fatigue, or injury to workers while increasing productivity.
Back strain from lifting and handling material is the leading cause of workplace injury today costing American business $4.8 billion annually. Therefore, the Signature Bundle Handler can also help save companies money by reducing workplace injury.
Industrial Power Sales was chosen as one of the distributors to resell this product. Located in Raleigh North Carolina, Industrial Power Sales is part of a world-wide network of Ingersoll-Rand dealers providing first class customer solutions.
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