West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) April 4, 2007
Invention Support has signed a strategic alliance with Nancy Dailey, the inventor of the new device known as the Salt-Slinger. The device functions much like a leaf-blower that can be carried on your back and throws salt onto the appropriate places of a persons driveway or sidewalk. It can also be used in parking lots or streets and makes ice and snow melting extremely easy.
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, each year in the United States, adverse weather conditions contribute to an average of 1.4 million car accidents, resulting in approximately 7,000 deaths, more than 600,000 injuries and an estimated $42 billion in economic loss. Effective, fast removal of snow and ice is a positive and profitable idea. Customers typically reward a business concerned with safety and Salt-Slinger will likely contribute the safety of thousands of people in the near future.
Salt-Slinger will serve and flourish in both the general residential community and the elderly community. It will also be a great benefit to commercial organizations. The white stuff many Americans can count on shortly after Thanksgiving is beautiful to look at and fun to romp in, but it can be a pain.
Salt-Slinger does benefit from snow blowers in that it will feed off their market and the market is on fire. In an article appearing in "The Wall Street Journal Online" ("Choosing Your Weapons For the Winter Season," filed January 29, 2002), Jeff Zaslow reported on the phenomenon of "plowsharing," or using a community snowblower to serve the snow-removal needs of a number of homes at once. Zaslow noted the complaints of snowplow truck drivers that business had dropped 15% to 20%, because more people were taking snow removal into their own hands again. The same will likely be true for the Salt-Slinger.
Salt-Slinger will find itself working with snow tools in the closet of every ice and snow touched home and business. The saltslinger is used to safely de- ice sidewalks, driveways, parking lots and hard to reach places such as steps and porches, The saltslinger will spray de-icing salt about 25ft ahead also it spreads the salt even using less salt.
Another driving force for Salt-Slinger will be growing environmental concern. When salt is used properly, it does not present environmental harm. And, besides the socio-economic benefits of mobility and safety, treating winter roadways with salt has environmental benefits of reducing air pollution by avoiding congestion and by eliminating use of sand and other abrasives which contribute to airborne particulate pollution and runoff into roadside streams. Salt-Slinger could become the official device promoted by environmentalists for ice-removal.
Many highway maintenance organizations in the U.S., Canada, Japan and Europe especially, depend on detailed weather forecasts, road weather information systems (RWIS) and weather cameras on both bridges and highways to plan their snowfighting operations and use newer techniques like anti-icing. Effective snowfighting depends on salt; without salt, there would often be hazardous conditions and even chaos. Salt is here to stay and Salt-Slinger will be here stay as well. The Salt-Slinger is truly an amazing invention which offers solutions in a market that is in high demand of these needs. This is truly an invention which offers great potential to a very wide demographic of consumers.
The saltslinger is a great winter tool it will help us safely defend ourselves and others against the many slip and fall injures that occur each year in the winter months. In order that the needs of residential and commercial consumers all over the world can be better served, marketing professionals are now reaching out to those who typically make these kind of equipment purchases. With these new considerations in mind, it is likely that the "Salt-Slinger" will soon become a more popular tool around the world. For further information on this great new invention, contact "Jake Way" at email@example.com and ask about the great new invention known as the "Salt-Slinger".