Lind Equipment Wins a 2020 Pro Tool Innovation Award

EIN Lind PTIA 400

Sept 17, 2020

This week Lind Equipment received a Pro Tool Innovation Award for Lind Apollo UV-C LED Decontamination Light. Judging for the 8th annual PTIA Awards wrapped up as a diverse panel of judges made up of contractors, construction business owners, tradesmen, and media professionals came together to vote on the most innovative construction and outdoor power equipment industry products in the world. This year saw a particularly diverse and competitive set of entries submitted by top manufacturers from around the world. Here’s what the Pro Tool Innovation Awards judges said about the Lind Apollo UV-C LED Light:

“With Coronavirus creating an uncertain future and the very real possibility of PPE shortages during spikes, Lind’s Apollo UV-C LED Light presents an innovative way to help with decontamination and an innovative design. It’s the versatility of the design that caught our judges’ attention. We like that you can daisy chain up to 30 lights together and with a variety of light configurations. If decontaminating equipment or areas is a concern for your business, give the Lind Apollo UV-C light a serious look.”

After pouring over literally hundreds of power tools, hand tools, fasteners, and accessories, winners were judged and chosen based on their leading innovation in the industry. Winners tended to demonstrate notability in any combination of the following: innovative features, advanced power delivery, groundbreaking ergonomics, technological advancements, and value. The 2020 Pro Tool Innovation Awards recognize best-in-class products that are truly ahead of their time.

This year, 78 different manufacturers and brands submitted over 320 products in dozens categories for a chance to take home a 2020 Pro Tool Innovation Award.

“In our 8th year running the PTIA Awards, we continue to be amazed at the level of innovation and design manufacturers demonstrate with their newest products. Brands really innovated and improved their products this year to achieve improvements in job site efficiency, safety, and productivity. We’re also seeing new features, more run-time in cordless, and greater advancements in materials. While average products see incremental advancements, Pro Tool Innovation Award winners truly distinguish themselves in the industry and deserve particular recognition. Business owners, builders, contractors, and tradespeople can look to the PTIA Awards to find new products that help them work more quickly, safely, and with greater efficiency,” said Clint DeBoer, Executive Director of the Pro Tool Innovation Awards. “Many of these new products also save you money—either through a reduction in material costs or via efficiency on the jobsite. It’s that kind of innovation that we want to highlight each year.”

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