Exoskeleton of Occupational Health Desin & Production Company

  

BARBARIAN KING

EXOMILITARY

METAL WAIST

PHES is a new type of industrial exoskeleton that greatly enhances the wearer's productivity and reduces the pressure and torsion of the L5/S1 disc area when the wearer's back is bent down. Through reasonable ergonomics and structural design, the user's strength and freedom of action are greatly enhanced.

PHEL -Passive Human Exoskeleton of Lower-limbs

PHEL is a dexterous device that slows down workers ' fatigue, using lightweight materials with lightweight features that are not available in traditional seats. With casual sitting, workers can sit

ELASTIC WAIST-PHES-SOFT Passive Harness Exoskeleton Suit-SOFT

Passive Harness Exoskeleton Suit-SOFT PHES is a new type of industrial exoskeleton that greatly enhances the wearer's productivity and reduces the pressure and torsion of the L5/S1 disc area when the wearer's back is bent down. Through reasonable ergonomics and structural design, the user's strength and freedom of action are greatly enhanced.

INDUSTIAL EXOSUIT

In the field of modern industry, especially in the process of assembling and manufacturing of large-scale equipment such as automobile, ship and airplane, due to the complexity of assembling process, different types and shapes of parts, insufficient space for assembling operation and high flexibility requirement, the automation degree in assembling process is not high, and the use of full automation is rare. Manipulators and other equipment. For the handling and assembly of heavy parts (more than 40 kg), special tools and boosting equipment (such as booster crane, balance arm, lifting arm, etc.) are manually used to complete the assembly. However, for light parts (less than 40 kg) handling and assembly, due to the limitations of working space and the flexibility requirements of the operation process, it is mainly completed by manpower. However, the human assemblies in the production process do great harm to the human body, which can easily lead to various kinds of skeletal and muscular occupational diseases. 70-85% of the workers will have at least one occupational disease in their career. Occupational diseases such as low back pain have become the most common occupational musculoskeletal diseases among the working groups under 45 years of age, and often lead to sick leave. And disability, which causes a great burden to individuals and society, but also seriously affects the quality and safety of product assembly.

STRONG HANDS

STRONG HANDS is a new type of constructional exoskeleton that greatly enhances the wearer's productivity and reduces the pressure and torsion of the L5/S1 disc area when the wearer's back is bent and torsion of the L5/S1 disc area when the wearer's back is bent down. Through reasonable ergonomics and structural design, the user's strength and freedom of action are greatly enhanced.