The Aerial Tool Bin for aerial platforms, scissors and boom lifts is designed to keep hand tools and supplies organized and within a worker’s reach.
Developed by DeMore’s Innovative Design Inc., Menomonee Falls, Wis., the portable, triangular-shaped organizer attaches to square or rounded 90-degree corners of platform railings, where it is secured with two OSHA-compliant locking bolts. Constructed from reinforced, non-conductive, UV-protected orange polypropylene, the Aerial Tool Bin is designed to provide a safer, clutter-free working area by keeping tools and parts off the floor and at waist height.
The ergonomic, triangular-shaped organizer weighs 10 lbs. (4.5 kg) and is designed to hold up to 50 lbs. (22.6 kg). It measures 17- by 17-in. (43 by 43 cm), with a 26-in. (66 cm) front, and features three compartments with removable partition walls. A multi-positional magnetic parts tray attaches to the metal strips on top of the bin. A tool belt holder safely secures a worker’s tool belt to the front of the bin. Incorporated in the design is a built-in handle for easy carrying.
“I have 34 years of construction experience and have worked on all types of aerial lifts,” said Steven DeMore, inventor of the Aerial Tool Bin. “This product was created out of a real need for increased efficiency, safety… and to ease back strain from constant bending.”
For more information, visit www.aerialtoolbin.com.