Ergonomics In Welding
Our Weld Station 5 incorporates an understanding of a welder’s needs into the design of the unit. Ergonomic principles are applied in an effort to be more user-friendly for your students and to maximize efficiency.
For Clean Air America, ergonomics is a key factor in every development of new air filtration technology. We drive and encourage our engineers to apply ergonomic best practices in the design of products and applications.
Manufacturers Designing Production Lines and Manufacturing Processes with Ergonomics
Why Ergonomics? Why Now?
The answer is simple. Great manufacturers recognize that when employees are comfortable at their trade, there is lower employee turnover, better product quality, higher productivity, less error, fewer accidents on the job and reduced worker’s compensation cases, and more employee motivation. These facilities get the most productivity from their workers by providing tools that help focus on doing a good job, not their discomfort. By enabling workers to be comfortably focused, these manufacturing companies earn higher PROFITABILITY.
Prepare Students For The New Workforce
Your students should not have to adjust in uncomfortable ways to perform their skills training. A weld station should adhere to your welding student's needs—not the other way around. WeldStation designs by Clean Air America are natural for a student to use, maximize a welder’s capabilities, and accommodate limitations.