Category: Diabetes

Pickup truck unloader

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The Pickup Truck Unloader is used by workers arm amputation, back injury, balance/core stability, cerebral palsy (CP), COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), diabetes/diabetic neuropathy, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, fused vertebrae, heart disease, stroke, and osteoarthritis to unload bulk materials without bending, climbing or shoveling. A mesh mat is spread out on the floor of the empty pickup truck.  Materials are then loaded into the truck on top of the mat.  Once transported to the unloading site, a crank handle is turned to roll up the mesh and pull the bulk materials off the back of the truck.

Workers with mobility impairments use this to unload a truck without needing to climb into the bed. This is a great tool for groundskeepers unloading mulch, gardeners unloading compost, homeowners spreading gravel on a driveway, farmers unloading feed, landscapers unloading topsoil and construction workers unloading sand.

Technical Specifications: 
  • Size: 2200 pound capacity
  • Fits 50–58 inch with tailgates
  • Unloads a pickup truck load in as little as 30 seconds
  • Belt-on mounting system requires no welding, cutting or drilling
  • Manufacturer Warranty 1 year Limited Warranty
  • Ship Weight 19.0 pounds
  • Capacity: 2,200 pounds
  • Works With Standard mid-size pickups; 50–58-inches tailgates
  • Includes Load handler system


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Pickup truck unloader

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Disability Work Tools
Disability Work Tools he mission of Disability Work Tools (DWT) is to make adaptive tools readily available so people can independently perform hands-on tasks in spite of injury, aging or disabling condition. We motivate active people to be productive by using tools that improve efficiency and minimize physical pain. We challenge people to use foresight, selecting the best tools for the job, so they can work longer and feel better.
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