A new tool for cleaning up the aftermath of industrial accidents is on the way.
The new tool is called the “trucker-style tool,” which was developed by the University of Texas at Austin and is being tested in Texas.
The tool, called the TTT, can lift a heavy object that is at least 1,000 pounds to an upright position.
The truck-style can be used to remove debris from buildings and move hazardous materials around, as well as to move people from one location to another.
The technology has been used in the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States.
The Texas Tech University team is now testing the Ttt on the ground.
The company is also working on a smaller version of the Tpt to be used on industrial sites in South America.
The Tpt is expected to be ready for use in 2018.
The truck-like tool can lift up to 1,500 pounds to upright position, and it can be operated by hand, by an electric motor or by remote control.
The Trucker-Style Tool is designed to lift a large, heavy object such as a heavy machine gun, crane, or tractor, the company said.
The device weighs more than 600 pounds and is made of a flexible polymer.
The company has a prototype that weighs between 3,000 and 4,000 lbs., but that size would require specialized equipment.