They say a picture can be worth a thousand words, right? Well, have a look at these pictures that have been submitted by our customers using Maxial Track Hoists for scaffold E & D work, AND their words…
IMPORTANT NOTE: These are all photos that have been submitted (unsolicited) by end users on our Facebook Page and the comments they posted. We did not ask them to say something nice–they just say nice things because they love these hoists that make their work safer and easier.
“Beta Max helped us finish this job on time without breaking our backs” -Giovanni Gilberto
“Hey! I just wanted to let you know that using your Maxial Track Hoists made my first 3 months as a scaffolder amazing. Easy to use, reliable and easy to build and dismantle.” – Mia Hauptridge
“No man-line. Thanks Beta Max!”
– Jesse Roberson
“We used the Maxial Hoists to build this one (replacement of the copper dome of the Maine State House), one on each side. Worked out great.” – Joel Foley
Maxial Track Scaffold Hoists have become a game-changer in the scaffolding industry for the following primary reasons:
Increased Safety. Maxial Hoists basically eliminate the need to pass materials up and down by hand in a man-line or “daisy chain” which is one of the most frequent causes of accidents in this type of work.
Maximize Manpower. Maxial Hoists allow you to better utilize your workforce. Suddenly you can do a job that would have taken 12 – 14 workers with just 4 or 5, which means you can get the job done more quickly, or take on more jobs with your existing crew.
Unbelievable ROI. These hoists typically pay for themselves on the first job, adding profit to your bottom line for years and allowing you to be more competitive on your bids.
CLICK HERE to see a quick overview and testimonial video.
If you are doing scaffold E & D work over 40′ in height and you aren’t using Maxial Track Hoists, you should be. Contact us to find out how you can improve the way you work.