By Ethen Kim Lieser
Here at the IRE in Dallas, Nick Kerber, the president of Quicksilver Engineering, showed off his bandaged and bruised hands to Dmitry. They were indeed impressive, as Nick proudly says that this is from 30 years of hard work. This man definitely knows his stuff, and that’s how he came up with SpeedStand, which helps one worker instantly transform into a 20-person crew.
Makes you superhuman
What Nick’s SpeedStand can do is turn you into a superhuman. You only need you to set up and knock down this one-piece stand. Tipping the scales at 24 pounds, it’s small enough to put 20 on a cart, which means that you could set up the entire group all by yourself. If interested, you can find out more info about the SpeedStand.
Unique tilted post
The SpeedStand’s unique tilted post allows the use of lines to make a partition of where the work should be done. This is done to create areas where workers can be away from hazardous objects and materials. It’s a much-needed safety zone for all workers.
Consistency and work ethic
Dmitry marveled at Nick’s consistency and unrelenting work ethic. Nick, who is a mainstay at IREs nearly every year, used to be in construction for 20 years and is obviously used to working with his hands. Since 1997, Nick has been showing off his SpeedStand invention to appreciative audiences all across the country. Here’s hoping that Nick continues to do this wonderful work for many years to come!
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