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Handles Help Haul Welding Tanks
Bow Products has a patented way to make it easier to tote welding tanks around the farm or shop.
    “The Tank Caddy is made of a lightweight material that allows you to transport and handle those tanks safely and securely without them rolling around,” says Bill Fuldale of Bow Products in Superior, Colo.
    The Tank Caddy consists of two flat pieces of strong foam material with a flexible hole in the middle to accommodate variations in tank diameters. There’s another hole cut into the edge to form a handle.
    To lift a welding tank, you slide the caddies to the middle of the tank and turn one handle to each side. Lifting with the handles makes it much easier and safer to load or unload a tank.
    “Since the caddies sit flat opposite the handle side, it will stabilize your tank for transport,” he says.
     This also prevents the tank from scratching or dinging up a truck bed or tailgate.
    “For further stability, the handles allow for easy tie down during transport,” Fuldale says. “It’s made of high-density material, which is strong, durable, and holds up in all weather conditions.
    “You don’t have to remove the caddy from the tank either,” he says. “It’ll lessen the impact if the tank falls over and helps protect the pressure regulator in case of a fall.”
    The Tank Caddy retails for $59 a set.
    “Folks may also have seen our MaxiPress Clamps also in FARM SHOW,” Fuldale says. “If someone wants a tank caddy and purchases clamps as well, they can earn a 20 percent discount for purchases over $100 by typing the discount code ‘FARM’ when they place the order.”
    Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Bill Fuldale, 600 Charles Street, Superior, Colo. 80027 (ph 720-665-0807; sales@bow-products.com; www.Bow-Products.com).

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