|Product Code||Rungs||Stored Height||Max Extended Height||Width||Stabiliser Bar||Weight||Price|
|No of Sections:||3|
|Rung Type:||D Shaped Rungs|
|Use type:||Heavy Duty|
|Certified to:||EN131 Professional - Replaced Class 1|
|Guarantee:||10 Year Guarantee|
|Stiles:||Rectangular Box Section|
SUPERSEDES THE LATEST STANDARDS TO OFFER THE BEST DURABILITY
Stress tested by BSI to 20% higher loads than EN131 requires to give Class 1 durability
Meets new improved strength & slip-tests in BS EN131-2:2010 + A2:2017
Stabiliser comes as standard on all ladders that extend beyond 3m for maximum safety
Heavy Duty 35mm serrated D – rungs with 4-way crimp & swage
design for maximum durability and comfort when working at height
Rungs orientated flat when erected at correct climbing angle to give stable
Deep serrated rubber feet for maximum grip on all surfaces
Heavy duty galvanised steel locking catch standard on all extension ladders
Wall wheels fitted as standard for all ladders above 6m extended length
All sizes come with pre-drilled holes so wheels can be retrofitted.
The aluminium Industrial triple extension ladders are specifically designed to withstand every day usage in a heavy duty site environment. They are kitemarked to the new EN131 Professional which is the highest duty rating for extension ladders in the UK and have a safe working load of 150kg.
The heavy duty stiles are of thick, box-section alloy which is graded in size according to the ladder length are wider and much more durable than what you would see on a trade or domestic extension ladder. The ladder hooks help towards providing a smooth operation when pushing and retracting the extension ladder. They also come fitted solid rubber moulded feet which offers the ladder extra stability against slippages while the D shaped rungs give the user as much comfort as possible while they are conducting their work at height.
These extension ladders are the ideal choice when working on constructions sites and in many instances you will find that the heath and safety officers will insist on using the new EN131 standard which has now replaced class 1 rated extension ladders.