The Tire Thumper (aka tire beater) function assists the truck driver in a quick method of evaluating properly inflated tires for truck driver safety. Properly inflated tires make a loud, sharp thud. Poorly inflated tires make a dull thud.
The 5th Wheel Hitch Pull Hook assists the truck driver in releasing the fifth wheel which can cause neck, shoulder and back injury, damaging your clothes with grease, oil, and road grime. This pull hook can help eliminate these problems.
It is the perfect instrument, to assist the truck driver or yard worker in opening and closing of shipping container doors and locking mechanisms found on conventional style (side by side) doors, allowing opening and closing of shipping container doors to be a great deal easier.
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Trucking and Shipping Companies: Reduce Your Risk of Workman's Comp Claims
Operator Safety is Our #1 Concern!
Cargo and insurance companies lose billions a year due to operator and truck accident injury. Our shipping container safety hand leverage tool, for opening and closing shipping container and truck trailer doors, has the safety of the operator foremost in mind.
Carefully designed and configured to fit and extend the door latch handles on side by side doors
A Perfect Fit for Shipping Containers
Our tool was carefully designed and configured to fit and extend the door latch handles on side by side doors found on dismountable and refrigerated shipping cargo container trailers, semi-trailer dry and refrigerated freight cargo vans, and more.
Lots of Benefits
Businesses that utilize shipping containers, their truck drivers and operators, and safety divisions all benefit from our tool.
3 in 1 Trucker Tool generates great value in addition to the safety and savings our tool provides to trucking companies and their safety departments, along with insurance companies, reducing workman’s comp claims.
Designed to fit and extend the door latch handles on side by side doors found on the following units with the safety of the truck driver, operator, and worker foremost in mind:
A quick and easy way to check tire pressure is by thumping your tires. Some trucks have many tires and tire thumping is the fastest method for checking tire pressure before hitting the road.
Tire Thumper (aka tire beater) assists the truck driver and operator in evaluating properly inflated tires.
Some trucks have many tires and tire thumping is the fastest method for checking tire pressure before hitting the road.
If there is air in the tire, the tire thumper will bounce easily and make a loud, sharp thud; and if the tire is flat (no air) it will not bounce much and will give a sound like a dull thud when it is smacked.
Using a strong 5th wheel hitch pull hook is recommended when separating a tractor from the trailer to help reduce neck, back and shoulder and other injuries associated with having to reach under trailer in order to release the tractor from the trailer.
Soft-metal hooks (such as those made from aluminum) are unsafe as they are too susceptible to bending. Our hook is made of heavy duty, rust resistant steel.
Reaching under the trailer to release the fifth wheel can cause neck, shoulder and back injury, as well as, damaging your clothes with grease, oil, and road grime. Our 5th Wheel Release Hitch Pull Hook can help eliminate these problems.
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Used in over 300 Amazon warehouses in the United States!
Our Shipping Container Leverage Tool is currently used by the following trucking cargo companies.
Did you know that trucking cargo companies and insurance companies lose billions or more a year due to operator/truck accident injury and workman’s comp claims? Help put your company at less risk with our Shipping Container Leverage Tool!
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