The Enforcer occupational exoskeleton builds on the success of its predecessor model, the ExoHeaver, to deliver a tool and weight-holding gravity distribution system.


In a time when most exoskeleton companies are developing smaller and more compact exoskeletons and exosuits, the Enforcer truly stands out from the crowd. Indeed, it has been a long time since there has been a new tool-holding exoskeleton system. The Enforcer uses a powered crane system arm to support large loads, such as grinders or drills at variable heights. The load is transferred through the rigid frame into the ground.

While this is a mostly passive wearable, the Enforcer uses an integrated powered winch in a backpack module that goes over the shoulder. This is an unusual combination of passive and active components in an exo. This methodology could be applied to create a new class of semi-passive exoskeleton devices, combining free-to-move, locking, spring-loaded, and actuated components in one fully integrated wearable ergonomic solution for workers worldwide.


  • Device weight 23.5 kg (52 lb)
  • The operational load on the exoskeleton ranges from 0 to 50 kg (o to 110 lb)
  • The maximum permissible load on the exoskeleton and the lifting module is 60 kg (132 lb)
  • Suitable for operators weighing between 60 to 120 kg (132 – 265 lb), with a height range of 1.6 to 1.9 meters (5’3″ to 6’3″).
  • It has a power output of 200 Watts, and the power supply voltage is 16.8 V

ExoMed, 60, Lenina str., Kursk, Russia, website

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