“ I’ve been mixing and dealing with polyurethanes since 1974. This little gadget, as simple as it is, will save OSHA problems and it will increase your productivity. It saves you a lot of time, a lot of energy and a lot of potential safety problems. It’s a good idea! I use the Bucket Brackets™. It will save you time and save you energy.” – Dave Swenson, Vice President, National Sales & Marketing Manager, Harry S. Peterson
“ I’ve seen guys stand on buckets when it gets so hard to mix and hold in place and they feel there is no perfect way to stabilize it. The Bucket Brackets™ are the answer. I have guys that mix all day, nonstop, and this will definitely save their backs. It’s safer and easier and I like it!” – Steve Vacca, Specialty Contractor, R.E. Kelley, Inc.
” Don brought the Bucket Brackets™ to our job site in Syracuse, New York to assist in a stone restoration project. They really came in handy. I can’t wait to use them again! Very useful and they made our mixing process so much easier. Thanks Don!” – James North, Field Supervisor, Lupini Construction
“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 a terrific innovation and I think if you tried them you will feel the way I do. They are terrific to use!” – Norm Chapkis, Regional Sales Manager, SpecChem
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 a safer environment for all workers. Watch how Bucket Brackets™ work: https://youtu.be/6i9-fAh1LcQ Now is the time to be a step ahead of upcoming regulations by offering customers and workers a safer and easier way to do small batch mixing. Our products are intended for all types of construction that perform small batch mixing tasks. From drywall, tile, painting, new construction, concrete repair, mortars, and more. Bucket Brackets™ fill a need in these industries now and in the future. Learn more about Bucket Brackets™. Check out our other products: Bucket Brackets™ II and Bucket Scraper™
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. #StopSilicosis We feel that this is the first new rule OSHA has produced regarding small batch mixing. The next obvious regulation will be the stability and safety of the person doing the mixing. No more one or two feet on the pail. No second laborer kneeling next to the pail holding it in place and no more trying to hold the pail between the person's mixing feet. All of these methods are unsafe and inefficient. B3 Innovations has patented products that can improve safety and efficiency for small batch mixing: Bucket Brackets™, Bucket Brackets™ II, and the Bucket Scraper™ eliminate wobbling, spinning buckets and early back fatigue. Any company or contractor doing small batch mixing will benefit by using the brackets and scraper. They are an essential add on sale for every customer doing small batch mixing. Learn more about the Silica rule by visiting: www.osha.gov/silica Review OSHA's published fact sheet pertaining to the Crystalline Silica Rule for Construction: bit.ly/1VTjBR6 Download OSHA's Small Entity Compliance Guide for the New Silica Rule for Construction: bit.ly/2fW7dPJ