PUSHEL: Ergonomic implement

March 21, 2014 -  By

pushel_ergonomic300The repetition of lifting, twisting and bending to remove snow, topsoil and wet autumn leaves injures thousands annually and creates unwanted workers’ comp claims. The patent-pending PUSHEL has been independently tested and shown to be faster, safer and easier than shoveling, its manufacturer says. The PUSHEL allows workers to use leg muscles to push instead of their backs to lift. The product comes with two convex blade types (aluminum and plastic) for different surfaces. Its telescopic aluminum handle (max. 70 in.) is ergonomically friendly.

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