Every bucket worker knows how tired his back gets when working from a bucket without a toe space opening. In order to apply any leverage to his work, he has to lean his stomach at an angle up against the bucket, placing a serious strain on his back.
Borrowing from a concept used in deep sea fishing boats, Plastic Composites Co. recently invented and patented (#6,361,003 B1) a solution to this problem — an ergonomic support that is hung from the top lip of any bucket and allows the lineman to lean his thighs up against it and brace himself, thus transferring the stress from his back to his legs. Users can’t believe how much support and back relief this simple device provides.
Provides the same benefit as toe-space buckets
- Virtually eliminates back strain
- Provides comfortable leg support
- Is universal — hangs from the lip of any bucket or bucket with liner
- Adjustable in height
- Doubles as a tool tray
- Backboard top can be used as a toolboard or whatever you design
Plastic Composites Co.