Tool pouches and safety bolt bags

Ergodyne expands Arsenal line to deliver safety at heights.

St. Paul, Minn., April 8, 2010—Ergodyne has announced the addition of four new safety and productivity products for aerial work—Arsenal models 5516, 5518, 5725 and 5728. The line expansion includes two versions of Arsenal Aerial Tool Pouches (5516 and 5518) as well as two sizes of Arsenal Safety Bolt Bags (5725 and 5728).

Featuring a degree of safety and organization not previously available in standard tool pouches, these products aim to reduce the risk of dropped tools, fasteners and equipment for workers at heights. They are constructed from some of the toughest materials available (including ballistic nylon, abrasion-resistant PVC and heavy-duty canvas) and have endured rigorous testing to ensure performance in the harshest environments.

Ideal for workers at heights, Arsenal models 5516, 5518, 5725 and 5728 provide a variety of security features for aerial operations. These include top flaps and covers for securing contents, D-rings for tool lanyard attachment, plastic buckles, hook and loop closures, and cinch tops with barrel locks for one-handed access. All models are rated to a maximum working capacity and include an interior warning label explaining weight restrictions for normal working conditions.

“Any equipment elevated higher than a worker’s shoulder should be tethered, topped and tagged with a weight rating,” said Tom Votel, CEO and president of Ergodyne. “Our new Arsenal aerial products allow workers and safety managers to achieve these important safety precautions.”

With their sleek design, these tool pouches can also be worn while climbing, in small spaces surrounding ladders and in other unique aerial work environments. Additionally, these pouches are equally effective for workers in need of Foreign Material Management (FMM).

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