The Lift Canopy


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About a year ago, we were approached by a customer asking us to build some type of overhead sanctuary canopy safety device that would protect their employees working with man lifts, scissor lifts, boom lifts, buckets, etc from crush, electrical and other types of accidents. They had an employee killed in Europe on one of their lifts and they wanted to make sure they could significantly limit the chance of that ever happening again. After doing some research on lifts we found out that unfortunately, many fatalities and serious accidents occur each year as a result of operating lifts so we have developed a product that mitigates and eliminates many of those risks.

Over the past year, our mechanical and electrical engineers have developed and tested the Lift Canopy and this product is now available to the market as of a couple days ago.

I care about this product more than anything else we have ever built, by far. This will literally save lives.

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