Friday, October 31, 2014

Improving Ergonomics For Backpack Vacuums

This article was originally posted by CleanLink.

In addition to battery placement, backpack vacuum manufacturers are exploring the design and ergonomics of their harnessing systems. Some are actually taking their cue from the recent trends in hiking gear.

“Weight is transferred to the hips using a padded belt connected to the lower part of the backpack and secured around the user’s waist,” explains Morrison. “Shoulder straps keep the pack from twisting or rotating.”

While these harnesses help maintain balance and distribute weight equally to the body, staff should be trained appropriately to utilize these harnesses to obtain the maximum benefits.

Read the full article to learn more about backpack vacuums ergonomics.

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