PITTSBURGH (PRWEB) December 16, 2017
Ladders, by design, are not the safest device, as it requires someone to climb rungs to reach an elevated spot, only to then perform some sort of task while on the ladder. They become even more perilous once the user incorporates heavy power tools and extension cords draped all over the ladder.
An inventor from Morris Plains, N.J., has invented LIVE LADDER, a modified extension ladder that provides users with a means for operating handheld power tools without the use of extension cords. "I invented this item because I needed a way to connect my power tools while on my roof and didn’t have anywhere to do so comfortably," said the inventor. "This invention would solve that problem." LIVE LADDER prevents tripping and related hazards presented by extension cords draped all over a ladder during use and eliminates the need for a worker to have to manually support cords when deploying them on a ladder.
This invention minimizes the risk of fall related accidents, thereby preventing severe injuries and deaths. It provides individuals with peace of mind that they are able to safely operate their handheld power tools while on a ladder.
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