Johnson Jib

Aids in the installation of belt line hardware in a mining operation.

  • Remote Controlled Crains
  • Helps Lift Tools and Supplies
  • Reduces Stress and Strain on Workers
  • Increases Safety
  • Saves Time and Money
  • Can Be Used on All Fork-Type Equipment


Patent Pending

Story Behind the Invention

Inventor Terry Johnson of 102170717 Saskatchewan Ltd. has created a device to aid in the installation of belt line hardware in a mining operation.

After a large belt line shut down at the mine one summer, Terry watched the workers struggle with the heavy hardware. One person asked him how long they had been using the hardware. He wondered why no one thought of a better way of doing it. In turn, Terry was inspired to come up with another way. The Johnson Jib is his solution.

But how does it work? Two cranes are mounted on a common piece of framework. The cranes are remote controlled, so personnel will have full control of movement. No longer will they have to lift by hand. This means less chance of pinch points and a major decrease in back strain and exhaustion when working in the hot areas of the mine. Also, less people are needed to perform this task. The invention can be used on all fork-type equipment and fits into tight areas without issue.

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