Pip Chock and Shoveit hand safety tools
  • StrapStick - Oilfield derrick Overhead hazard complaint - FREE SHIPPING

    $820.00
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    Engineered and manufactured to safely “strap pipe in the derrick,” the StrapStick has been designed to be compliant with industry guidelines when working with overhead tools.

    We “like everyone else in the oilfield” have been using a broom stick and duct tape when we strap pipe in the derrick. As this does not comply with the insurance policies for any drilling company we took on the challenge to design and manufacture the highest quality tool possible that would comply with overhead hazard policies and could be 100% tied off at all times while being used.

    INNOVATIVE DESIGN

       

    • Compatible with most industry standard strap tapes
    • No tools needed for assembly/disassembly
    • Self-locking tool design ensures nothing will come apart
    • Non-conductive material rated from -40°F up to +185°F
    • Two tether points for 100% tie off
    • Easy to "hook" the top of the pipe
    • Large hand holds for gloved hands
    • 35% lighter than aluminum
    • Serves dual purpose as a 5' stick - total height 5'0" with marks at each foot

       

    Patent Pending # 61877450


    Engineered and manufactured to safely “strap pipe in the derrick,” the StrapStick has been designed to be compliant with industry guidelines when working with overhead tools.

    We “like everyone else in the oilfield” have been using a broom stick and duct tape when we strap pipe in the derrick. As this does not comply with the insurance policies for any drilling company we took on the challenge to design and manufacture the highest quality tool possible that would comply with overhead hazard policies and could be 100% tied off at all times while being used.  

    Include Engineered Drop Test: 7 Times Safety Factor"




    Unscrew the self locking bolt at the top of the Strapstick.

    Swivel the head of the StrapStick around and remove the tape channel by sliding it off the top.

    Lay the tape against the edge of the StrapStick with the L-shaped head facing out.

    Replace the channel, sliding it on from the top with the tape inside.

    Rotate the head of the StrapStick back to its original position and tighten the bolt.