Denver, CO (PRWEB) March 13, 2007
Elegator is a patented trailer gate lift system used by landscape professionals, ATV users, and municipalities to relieve the strain of lifting and lowering heavy trailer gates and ramps. After successfully marketing its trailer gate lift system to landscapers and municipalities, which use utility trailers, eLegator was asked to design a version of its lift system to be used on gates and ramps used by the ATV ramp trailer market. Because of this innovation, women and children as well as dads, are able to lift and lower their ATV ramps with safety and little effort.
On landscape trailers the gates are generally 48 inches and higher. This is necessary in order to accommodate the smaller tire sizes of lawn mowing equipment, therefore providing a gentler slope for loading and unloading landscape equipment. Many ATV trailers use shorter gates giving a much higher pitch since an ATV is able to climb these gates. Also many ATV trailers are equipped with both rear and side gates and ramps. Gate Flexor, the inventors of eLegator, has addressed the needs of both rear and side gates with the release of their newest product.
Most utility trailers are used to move ATVs and landscaper equipment. The rear gates and side gates, which function as loading ramps, often weigh 100 lbs or more. This report, http://www.bls.gov/opub/ted/2005/mar/wk4/art05.htm, by the U.S. Department of Labor reports alarming statistics in reference to back injuries, which can occur while attempting to lift these heavy gates.
This new product line of eLegator is designed to be safe, easy to install, with an exceptionally long lifespan and zero maintenance. Furthermore, there are no dangerous configurations such as are often found on other similar products which opt to use cables. All eLegator products are manufactured in the USA, using only the highest quality materials and manufacturing standards. Videos of these systems can now be viewed online.
Gate Flexor was founded by inventor Ken Licata in 2002. Gate Flexor products are currently used by federal, state, county and local governments as well as by landscaping professionals and off road recreational enthusiasts nationwide. For more information, visit the official website at http://www.elegator.com.