Level Rite Ladder
Add safety and efficiency to any jobsite with a Li’L Burro Material/Solar Transport. Move materials on a ladder from the ground to the roof eave or — with a Level Rite Portable Tether Roof Anchor — from the roof eave to the roof pitch. It allows workers to continue installing while the Burro does the hauling. Modify the Transport in four minutes to move solar or metal roof panels.
The Ultimate Bracket, winner of the Best New Product at METALCON, is designed to hold 2×8 and 2×10 wooden planks and adjusts for slopes ranging from 3:12 to 24:12. It has a double start crank shaft system which can adjust the tool one degree at a time. It features custom designed rubber pads on the base of the tool to prevent roof damage, installing from 1-inch up to 2-inch snap-lock or mechanical standing seam roofs.
The Snap Table 7000 will notch, shear and hem concealed-fastener panels quickly and cleanly. The manual shearing of the notchers and slitter protects paint and edges of the panel while eliminating the dangers of powered sawing methods. By increasing accuracy and allowing for concurrent shearing of hips and valleys, the Snap Table system also reduces waste and costly errors.
The Mississippi-based company is the electric roof seamer headquarters. Seamer Tools seamers, available for lease anywhere in North America, are designed specifically for most manufacturers’ metal roof panels and can be custom-set for any panel. The company also carries a full line of hand crimpers to go along with seamers and pays for shipping to your office or jobsite.
Zimmerman roll formers feature a patented material handling system. An independent drive system centered on the panel, coupled with free spinning forming rollers minimizes oil canning and potential adjustments. Machines are extremely versatile, available in multiple profiles in any width from 12-24 inches. Panels from Zimmerman machines earn a UL90 rating with 1-3/4-inch snap lock, 2- and 1-1/2-inch mechanically seamed profiles.
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