The CarrySuit is a passive upper body exoskeleton that reduces stress on the hands, arms, shoulders and back when carrying and holding extremely heavy loads.
Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the Auxivo CarrySuit: Exoskeleton for back relief with heavy loads need to know.
The CarrySuit exoskeleton transfers the weight of the payload to the user's hip, protecting vulnerable areas of the body such as the wrists, elbows, shoulders and spine. Wearing the CarrySuit exoskeleton transfers the weight of the load to the user's hip.
It consists of a rigid exoskeleton frame that extends from the user's hip to above the shoulders. It can be connected directly to the external lasts via an adapter.
The CarrySuit makes physical work less strenuous and stressful. In a series of experiments in the biomechanics laboratory, it was possible to quantify that the use of the CarrySuit can greatly reduce the strain on the arm and upper body muscles. In addition, a reduction in heart rate could be measured when carrying heavy loads. The result is a clearly noticeable reduction in workload for CarrySuit users.
The CarrySuit exoskeleton consists of a stable frame that extends from the user's hip area to above the shoulders. This frame serves as a solid base and effectively supports the body by distributing the load evenly and providing targeted stability. This targeted support takes the strain off the user's hands, arms, shoulders and back, significantly reducing fatigue and the risk of injury.
An outstanding feature of the CarrySuit is its versatility. It can be seamlessly connected to external payloads via an adapter. This allows the user to securely connect specific devices or objects to the exoskeleton, making them effortless to carry. With CarrySuit, moving heavy loads becomes a smooth and efficient task without compromising the user's physical health.
The CarrySuit exoskeleton takes overcoming the challenges of transporting heavy objects to a new level. It provides a reliable solution for professionals in various industries such as logistics, construction and warehousing. By reducing physical strain, the CarrySuit not only promotes efficiency and productivity, but also user well-being.
The CarrySuit is a passive exoskeleton for the upper body designed to reduce the strain of carrying and holding heavy loads. The exoskeleton is designed to relieve pressure on vulnerable areas of the body and reduce stress on the musculoskeletal and cardiovascular systems. It provides support for various jobs that require holding and carrying heavy loads. By using the CarrySuit, the strain on the arm muscles and upper body is reduced, resulting in a significant reduction in workload. The CarrySuit allows for the attachment of various loads and is equipped with payload adapters for specific requirements. The Auxivo CarrySuit is an industrial exoskeleton designed to relieve back strain when handling heavy loads. The exoskeleton can be used both indoors and outdoors and focuses on upper body support. It covers multiple areas of the body, including the back, shoulders, arms and hands, and enables movements such as lifting, carrying, frontal movement, walking and holding. It does not require a power supply and is therefore independent of a power source. The CarrySuit finds its use in various industries such as logistics, furniture manufacturing, and window construction. Weighing 5.2 kg, the exoskeleton is lightweight yet robust enough to handle loads of up to 50 kg. It can be used by users ranging in height from 145 to 210 cm, making it adaptable to a wide range of users. Use on machines is possible, while driving forklifts or vans with the product is not recommended. The exoskeleton is dust and water resistant, which improves its usability in various conditions. It can be used in temperatures up to 40 degrees Celsius, which makes it versatile. The retail price is EUR 1690 net, and the product is available in Europe, the US and Asia. There is no minimum purchase quantity, and maintenance is not required. The manufacturer is headquartered in Switzerland and produces the exoskeleton there as well. The product has the CE mark, but no FDA approval. An instruction manual is not included, but the manufacturer offers a trial package at the price of 300 EUR per week, with a 50%iger discount on the purchase.
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Auxivo AG was founded in 2019 as a spin-off of the Laboratory of Rehabilitation Technology at ETH Zurich.
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