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Holbrook, N.Y.-headquartered Hailo has introduced a self-guided climbing support that has a 120-pound torque capacity.

According to the company, the support eliminates the need for a guiding rail. It features an "endless pulling cable" and a control rope on the side of the ladder that allows its users to "walk" easily and effortlessly up a tower.

In addition, Hailo is introducing three new designed service lifts, which include a cable-guided two-person service lift as well as a cable-guided one-person service lift that can be retrofitted into existing towers.

For more information on the climbing support or service lifts, visit Hailo's Web site at www.hailo.com


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