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Stihl’s Brick Jig can increase on-site productivity, as well as safety.

be padlocked. The rack fits on to the roof gutters or existing mounting points, with no alterations to the vehicle being necessary.

Versatile lifting beam

New from Tacklestore is the Easylift lightweight lifting beam, which can be assembled by one person. It incorporates a single-man riding point located under the main beam, a sliding trolley that ensures operator safety by eliminating the need to pull loads away from the centre of gravity, and two fall arrest points. A built-in spirit level is provided, and both the height of the legs and the length of the beam can be adjusted. A transport trolley can also be supplied for the Easylift to facilitate movement and handling.

Highlighted on Stihl’s stand was the Brick Jig, which holds ten bricks in line for easy cutting, either square or at an angle, in less than three minutes. Scheduled for launch soon, it provides the user with a safer and more efficient alternative to marking bricks and holding them awkwardly with their foot. It also increases productivity.

The product comprises a metal frame with a base, adjustable end stops and a cutting guide. The legs fold for easy transport and

storage. A smaller three-brick version will also be available. The product was first previewed at the Executive Hire Show in February, and since then the manufacturer reports considerable interest from hirers. Stihl GB’s Marketing Manager, Sean Larter-Conway believes the Brick Jig has the ability to transform the way operators work on site.



Supplier Contacts

Chemstore - www.chemstore.co.uk Euro Towers - www.eurotowers.co.uk Nightsearcher - www.nightsearcher.co.uk PASMA - www.pasma.co.uk

Prime Design Europe - www.primedesigneurope.eu Prolec - www.prolec.co.uk Stihl - www.stihl.co.uk

Tacklestore - www.safety-lifting.com Tool@rrest - www.tool@rrest.com

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