Stud Delivery

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Stud Delivery

With our stud delivery process, an ironworker simply puts the box of studs on top of the cart and feeds the stud chute while the other ironworker is operating the stud gun. Our two man system is designed for ironworkers to begin welding immediately after the deck is prepared. One man moves the cart, places ferrules with the ferrule master, and loads studs into the stud chute while the other welds studs from the standing position. Both ironworkers can work primarily from the standing position with almost no heavy lifting. With this system, we’ve eliminated the need for ironworkers to spend time (sometimes hours) slowly placing ferrules and studs throughout the job site.

“We Stand For Safer, More Efficient Stud Welding”®


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  • "Back Injuries Are By Far The Number One Occupational Safety Hazard in the United States." -National Safety Council
  • Musculoskeletal injuries can cause temporary and permanent disability, which can affect the worker’s earnings and contractor’s profits-NIOSH
  • "Back injuries in the United States are the most common injury and occur 50% more than any other work related injury."@NIOSHConstruct
  • For all construction workers, only 46% of total medical expenses for work-related injuries were paid by workers’ compensation.
  • Back injuries in particular, and musculoskeletal disorders in general, result in more days away from work than any other injury.
  • In 1992 lower back injuries cost nearly $20,000 per claim, which equates to over 6 billion dollars/year. Or about $120,000,000 per state
  • Back injuries constitute 23% of all workers comp claims and in 2003 there were over 300,000 claims made nationwide.
  • The best way to reduce WMSD is to use the principles of ergonomics to redesign tools, equipment, materials, or work processes.