Power Climber introduces modular platform

By Lindsey Anderson29 January 2015

Power Climber's PowerMod.

Power Climber's PowerMod.

Power Climber, a division of SafeWorks, LLC, has launched PowerMod - a modular knockdown suspended platform.
With a 2,000-pound load capacity and a variety of possible configurations,
PowerMod fits into hard-to-reach working spaces for various construction,
maintenance, restoration, painting and inspection applications. Built-in
toeboards, adjustable guardrails, one step self-locking pins and its overall light weight make the PowerMod easy to transport and assemble, Power Climber said in a statement.
Compact parts reduce inventory costs, and aluminum extrusion components extend the product’s life by resisting corrosion caused by harsh environments.
Manufactured in Power Climber’s ISO 9001:2008 and OHSAS 18001:2007 certified facility, PowerMod meets or exceeds industry standards and can be easily interchangeable with other leading products and accessories on the market.
“Power Climber is committed to offering products that are safe, smart, and easy to use,” said Mike Russell, Power Climber's national sales director. “PowerMod is exactly that. With its simple design, PowerMod can be easily assembled by one person in just 10 minutes, increasing efficiency on the jobsite while maintaining the highest safety standards.”
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