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tools for sack filling

Description: Two years ago I tried to make business with a patented device suitable for plastic sacks filling by sand. The plastics sacks are used as floods barriers or in areas where there is a risk of gunfire. Usually the plastic are simply hold by hand and filled by shovel. This way it takes about 3 minutes to fill one sack. During the filling there is a high risk of hand injuries caused by moving shovel for the person holding the sack. The device is basically a holder, which can be unfolded before usage. The sack is then positioned in the holder to be filled. It takes about one minute to fill the sack this way, avoiding any injuries.
 
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In the first stage I need a partner who can find possible customers for this product. At the second stage a suitable manufacturer. The effort to find customers should focus mainly on aid agencies and military.
 
Author: ikowymi from Denmark 
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Posting reviewed by: 725 users
Country of business: Denmark  Published on: 06 May 2002
Region of business: countrywide Posting ID: 2
Business Sector: aid funded business Image: Not available
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tools for sack filling  by ikowymi , 06/05/2002 , 725, 3 Credits needed to contact the author
the sack filling device production cost  by Lilit , 10/10/2002 , 465, 3 Credits needed to contact the author

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