The Hilti exoskeleton is a passive exoskeleton that reduces the load on the shoulders and arms during overhead work
Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the Overhead exoskeleton from Hilti for construction and handicrafts need to know.
This model is passive and does not require energy input. The arms are diverted to the hip with the help of a mechanical pulley system to support the weight of the arms. This reduces peak muscle stress and relieves shoulder strain by up to 47 percent, according to independent studies and research by Ottobock. The product must not be used in explosive environments and should not be used without user-specific product adjustment.
The product must not be used to increase performance or to lift people.
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Hilti's overhead exoskeleton for construction and crafts is an industrial solution that is versatile. It can be used both indoors and outdoors and focuses on supporting the upper body, especially the shoulders, neck and arms. The exoskeleton provides relieving support for overhead work and is lightweight and comfortable, weighing 2.40 kg. It is suitable for users with a body height of 165 to 190 cm and can be used in conjunction with machines. The exoskeleton is not suitable for driving forklifts or transporters, but allows sitting on a chair. It is dust and water resistant and can withstand temperatures of up to 50 degrees. The product is sold in Europe and there is no minimum order quantity. It does not require regular maintenance and has a one-year warranty. The manufacturer has its headquarters in Germany, while production takes place in China. It has the CE marking and an instruction manual is available.
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The company has several collaborations with Ottobock and is one of the best-selling exoskeletons in Germany.
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