Ty-Flot, Inc. of NH Awarded Patent on Closed Loop Wrist Cuff for Tool Lanyards

Industrial safety company, Ty-Flot, Inc. received a patent on the tool lanyard wrist cuff and reports effective reduction in dropped objects at companies using the device. The patent covers a one of a kind way of tying off tools.

  • Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Share on LinkedInEmail a friend
Ty-Flot, Inc's newly patented Tool Lanyard Wrist Cuff

Ty-Flot, Inc's newly patented Tool Lanyard Wrist Cuff

Ty-Flot's research has shown that dropped objects are a significant source of injury and cost in many industries - injuries that could be prevented with Ty-Flot's dropped objects prevention systems.

Manchester, NH (PRWEB) August 10, 2012

Safety Innovator, Ty-Flot, Inc. has been issued a patent (US Patent # 8,210,406) for the tool lanyard wrist cuff; a device that significantly improves work at height safety. The invention is a closed loop wrist cuff that securely attaches to the wrist of the user and has a point, either fixed or retractable, for attaching a lanyard or tether. It provides a level of redundancy not previously available while increasing comfort and reducing human error.

The patent applies to a number of products that incorporate a special full loop closure system that allows the cuffs to be adjusted to any size wrist. The full loop closure also increases the likelihood that the device will remain attached to the user if the primary securing method fails. For example, if the Velcro pulls open, the wrist cuff will still remain around a user’s wrist.

The tool lanyard wrist cuff is now among a portfolio of safety patents owned by Ty-Flot, Inc. including the hard hat lanyard, vented barrier cover, cable management and tie-off apparatus, hat tether apparatus and method, and cable tie flotation device with cable tie.

Ty-Flot’s research has shown that dropped objects are a significant source of injury and cost in many industries including: oil and gas, construction, power generation, and aviation. Companies worldwide are implementing dropped object prevention programs to reduce injuries and with appropriate tool tie-off requirements these companies show significant reduction in costs associated with dropped tools. Users of these prevention programs often praise the patented wrist cuff’s comfortable, one size fits all versatility, and increased safety due to redundancy.

Free samples are available to those who qualify.

Ty-Flot Inc is a Manchester, NH based company providing foreign material exclusion and dropped objects prevention products, training services, and staffing. The company’s mission is to create ongoing improvements in safety across the variety of industries they serve. For more information please visit http://www.ty-flot.com. Instructional videos for the tool lanyard wrist cuff and other Ty-Flot products are available on YouTube by clicking here.


Contact