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Hoist Hanger is a simple get effective tool that is essential for mechanics safety in any automotive shop. The traditional way a mechanic removes a wheel assembly is to remove the wheel from the vehicle and place it on the shop floor. This requires bending over and can place tremendous strain on the back. Even more difficult is placing the wheel back on the vehicle. The mechanic has to bend over at the waist and pick up the wheel before reinstalling it on the vehicle. The problem what to do with the wheel once it has been removed from the vehicle is easily solved by using a Hoist Hanger. Even if you do bump into the Hoist Hanger, its double hinge allows it to move out of the way without causing any injury.
Our back saving wheel hangers are a must for every Automotive Group, Independent Dealership and Automotive Repair Facility! Our Hoist Hangers allow for ergonomically correct handling of wheels and tires. Over 30,000 sets in use today! Visit www.hoisthanger.com to get your FREE trial sets! Our trial program allows Ownership, Management, and your Technicians to see firsthand the many benefits of using Hoist Hangers. Hoist Hanger fold out of the way when not in use, accommodate wheels in excess of 200 lbs, protect your technicians from back, neck, and shoulder injuries. Our customers report a verifiable reduction in compensation claims, improved technician productivity, and fewer customer wheels being damaged!
Work related injuries cost the automotive industry billions of dollars in lost labor hours and inefficient work process, due to injuries. In today's modern automotive work environment, there is no place for unsafe equipment, tools and practices. That's why smart operators know that anything that they can do to improve the safety and ergonomics of their shop environment is good for business, great for staff morale, and is the right thing to do anyway you look at it. Hoist Hanger is an effective tool that improves the technician’s workflow and avoid potential injuries that could be caused by repetitive back strain by managing heavy tires.