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    Utility hook

    September 1, 2011

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    This simple, inexpensive utility hook makes moving heavy objects easier while preventing back injuries due to unsafe dragging or reaching. The device helps workers avoid bending over and using step stools or ladders to gain access to objects in hard-to-reach places. The aluminum tubing is sheathed in high-strength, non-conductive plastic for safety.

    Beckson Mfg. Inc.

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