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Testimonial By: Norm Chapkis

By |September 11th, 2020|Categories: testimonials|Tags: , , , , |

“I’ve been in the construction industry for nearly 30 years. We do a lot of small batch mixing here in Florida and I recently came across an innovative product called ‘Bucket Brackets.’ This is a terrific innovation where the buckets do not spin when mixing. They attach right to the side of the buckets, you stand on the brackets, and you can mix all day long without having the bucket tip over, or having workers stand on the bucket to prevent it from spilling. They are [...]

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Patent for Bucket Brackets™ Approved!

By |November 28th, 2018|Categories: Press Releases|Tags: , , , , |

We at B3 Innovations are excited to announce that the US government patent office has issued a patent for our signature Bucket Brackets™.  Bucket Brackets™ are made in the USA with American steel and knobs. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have been steadily increasing regulations regarding small batch mixing. This year's rules were implemented to reduce silica dust created during the mixing process. OSHA has indicated that they are looking into procedures to make small batch mixing safer for workers. Bucket Brackets™ easily stabilize mixing pails making [...]

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OSHA Crystalline Silica Rule Will Affect Millions of Construction Workers

By |October 2nd, 2017|Categories: Construction Safety|Tags: , , , , |

Osha's new ruling concerning dust emitted during the small batch mixing process is being implemented this month. The primary concern is the prevention of silicosis in workers. You will see a number of new products to address this issue. They are hoods and bonnets that cover the mixing vessel, usually a five gallon pail, attached to a vacuum to collect the dust. Watch a video from the U.S. Department of Labor showcasing laborers, construction veterans and their families that have been affected by silicosis. [...]

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