The renowned US-Based Company Provides Advanced Material Handling Solutions To Enhance Productivity and Prevent Workplace Injuries.
Washington, US, 26th October 2022, ZEXPRWIRE, HSE acknowledges the material handling sector as one of the most dangerous industries. BLS also confirms that the workplace injury rates in the loads’ movement and material handling industry are significantly higher than in other high-risk sectors.
“Sprains, lacerations, and strains account for nearly 47% of injuries that lead to restricted workdays, absenteeism, employee turnover, lower morale, and reduced productivity. The repetitive nature of work and manual, heavy load movement often lead to overexertion injuries and musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). A report by OSHA highlighted ergonomics plays a crucial role in the productivity levels of organizations. Although once used only to minimize work accidents, modern ergonomics is now widely used to improve safety and productivity at work,” shared an expert organizational physiotherapist.
Organizations worldwide are moving away from less efficient and unsafe conventional processes. They’re partnering with Hovair Systems, formerly known as Rolair, to streamline more cost-effective and safer technologies. Their load-moving success lies behind the revolutionary pneumatic systems that Hovair has engineered after extensive trial and error during its five decades of working in the industry.
Businesses in diverse industries rely on Hovair’s air bearing kits, air casters, turntables, and other rigging equipment to float and move heavy loads with minimal friction. Their solutions utilize compressed air, which is renewable, to lift tons of pounds with very little manual effort.
From the mass transit manufacturing sector to spacecraft manufacturing, embedded systems, entertainment, power generation, aircraft applications, vehicle manufacturing, military and defense, reel and roll handling, shipyard storage, spacecraft assembly, and more, many industries use their solutions to move heavy loads safely.
Since their eco-friendly and economical load-leveling and moving technology effectively meets PHA and OSHA standards, many renowned companies utilize their services. Some notable names include Goodrich Aerospace, Pilkington, Hewlett Packard, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and Siemens.
Hovair Systems is also one of the first licensees of the General Motors Air Bearing Trademark. A spokesperson for the company shared, “Our goal is to help businesses in diverse industries achieve safer workplaces by reducing injuries, minimizing property damage, and improving efficiency. Our devotion, perseverance, and exceptional client service are some of the things we’re recognized for. We’re proud of our history of innovation, which helps us to modernize safety processes that can scale with your business. We’re dedicated to helping employers manage workplace health and safety and improve worker productivity.”
Hovair Systems is one of Washington’s best heavy-duty transporters and air-bearing manufacturers. Their innovative approach has allowed them to manufacture products that cater to various needs. The renowned company also provides automated handling services for heavy loads.
Since all the products are pneumatic-based, they are among the most inexpensive load-moving solutions in the market. Prospective clients can contact the firm using the contact information given below.
About Hovair Systems
Hovair Systems is a leading air-powered material handling systems manufacturing company that offers a wide variety of pneumatic tools to streamline the safety and effectiveness of moving heavy equipment in the industrial environment. The firm offers custom-tailored features and designs based on load size and shape requirements.
Company Name: Hovair Systems Manufacturing Incorported
Email: [email protected]
Postal Address: Hovair Systems Mfg. Inc., 6912 South 220th Street, Kent, WA 98032, USA
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