Ergonomic Bulk Linen Truck reduces bending and reaching.

Press Release Summary:

With its ergonomic spring platform, Poly-Trux® 72ERgonomic automatically rises as linens are removed. Bringing loose linens, loaded laundry bags, and other goods to comfortable working height reduces repetitive bending and reaching into cart and shortens distance goods need to be lifted. Occupying 72P-style footprint, laundry cart features oversized front cutaway to facilitate interior access, poly base that minimizes weight for safer moving/rolling, and SecureNet cargo netting system.

Original Press Release:

Laundry Cart Manufacturer Introduces First Bulk Linen Truck with Ergonomic Spring Platform to Reduce Bending, Reaching

MOD Applies Its Worker Safety Signature from Utility Trucks to Latest Bulk Truck

Ashtabula, OH – An innovative, new laundry cart concept from laundry product manufacturer Meese Orbitron Dunne Co., Ashtabula, Ohio (, aims to raise the profile of worker safety. The new Poly-Trux® 72ERgonomic bulk linen truck features the company’s signature, ergonomic spring platform that automatically rises as linens are removed. Bringing loose linens, loaded laundry bags and other goods to a comfortable working height, the 72ERgonomic bulk truck reduces repetitive bending and reaching into the cart, shortens the distance goods need to be lifted and minimizes the potential for workers’ compensation claims.

The first bulk truck on a standard, 72P-style footprint to feature the back-saving spring-loaded platform, the 72ERgonomic is designed with an oversized, front cutaway that spans nearly the entire width of the cart to invite easy, unimpeded access to the interior. For additional ergonomic benefit, the linen cart stands on the company’s durable, poly base, which safely holds the same payloads as steel bases but at a reduced weight for easier, safer moving and rolling. The 72ERgonomic also includes the SecureNet cargo netting system, which criss-crosses the cart front to secure goods in place during transport and may be removed for easy access.

For more information, contact:

Jack Smylie

4920 State Road

Ashtabula, OH, 44004


FAX 812.273.1878

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