Existing lifting devices fall short in clamping action, load balancing or bearing capacity and in the ergonomics of gripping and transporting.
Existing lifting devices fall short in clamping action, load balancing or bearing capacity and in the ergonomics of gripping and transporting. This innovation addresses all these requirements effectively.The principle used in Vatsal tong involves enabling secure gripping action by a pair of spring loaded wire clamps on either side fitted with an elastomer handle attachment on top, so that the load is gripped securely from the edge of the vessel from both sides and lifted easily and gracefully.It consists of 210 mm and 400 mm spring steel grade rod (3mm diameter) which is bent in such a way that device can hold the edged utensils. A pair of tongs is used to lift a single vessel with the tongs fixed at the two opposite edges of vessel Currently the maximum load capacity is 25 kilograms. The load is evenly distributed to two hands and a contoured polypropylene handle helps in secure comfortable gripping. Being insulated, the handle does not get heated by the heat generated from the vessel.At a selling cost of Rs 40, this is a "low cost, high value for money" product, which is useful for life and a must for every home and industry unit.The design is registered with the Indian Patent Office and its IPR rights are protected for its shape, configuration, ornamentation and surface pattern.
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