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Tie Down 72874 Step-N-Safe Extension Ladder Walk-Thru
72874 Step-N-Safe Extension Ladder Walk-Thru
Price: $168.95
Availability: In Stock
Tie Down Engineering Item #: TDE-72874 -

    Tie Down Safety's Sten-N-Safe Extension Ladder Walk-Thru is designed to fit most ladder profiles in the market. Fully compatible with ladder from Type II to Special Duty Type IAA. The Step-N-Safe utilizes a dual clamping safety lock system which improves stability when accessing the handrails of the Walk-Thru. The height of the Step-N-Safe allows for easier compliance with the proper ladder elevation above the walking surface, which is 36". The Step-N-Safe also has a wide base with non-skid...

    ACRO, #11610 Chicken Ladder - Top Assembly and Steel Hook
    Add optional extensions for up to 24 feet in length.
    Price: $83.35
    Availability: In Stock
    Acro Building Systems Item #: 180-11610 -

      Combine 6' units for lengths of 12', 18', or 24' New design allows you to attach each ladder section with a 1 1/2" bolt and reversible lock nut for added safety Raised Solid Steel Rungs are Hand Welded for Safety 10" Hook has ½" Reinforcement Rod Tube on end of hook to prevent slippage and damage to shingles 250 lbs., Capacity Powder coated safety yellow Made in America! ...

      ACRO, #11601 Chicken Ladder - 6 ft. Steel Extension
      Attach each ladder section with a 1 1/2" bolt and reversible lock nut for added safety.
      Price: $175.00
      Availability: In Stock
      Acro Building Systems Item #: 180-11601 -

        Combine 6' unites for lengths of 12', 18', or 24' New design allows you to attach each ladder section with a 1 1/2" bolt and reversible lock nut for added safety Raised Solid Steel Rungs are Hand Welded for Safety Powder coated safety yellow

        FAQs

        How do you stabilize an extension ladder?

        The user can add a ladder stabilizer accessory to the top of your ladder to span windows and to provide extra stability. Follow the stabilizer installation instructions carefully. Providing a stable base is only half the battle. You also have to make sure the top of the ladder can't slide when the rails rest against a wall.

        How often should ladders be checked?

        They must be inspected regularly to ensure that they are in a safe condition, each time before they are used and by someone carrying out a formal inspection every 3 to 6 months (records should be kept of these formal inspections).

        Do ladders expire?

        No, Remember that there is no expiration date for ladders, so as long as you follow proper storage techniques and treat it with care, your ladder could last you an extremely long time.

        What is ladder safety?

        Always maintain a 3-point contact (two hands and a foot, or two feet and a hand) on the ladder when climbing. Keep your body near the middle of the step and always face the ladder while climbing. Only use ladders and appropriate accessories (ladder levelers, jacks, or hooks) for their designed purposes.

        How do you check safety ladders?

        Check the rungs. If they are bent, worn, missing, or lose the ladder could fail. Check any locking mechanisms. If they are bent or the fixings are worn or damaged the ladder could collapse. Ensure any locking bars are engaged.

        What is the 4 to 1 rule for ladders?

        When placing your ladder, remember the four-to-one rule! For every four feet of height, you have to climb, move the base one foot away from the wall. Climb using three points of contact and work in the same way wherever possible.

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        ACRO, #11601 Chicken Ladder - 6 ft. Steel Extension
        Attach each ladder section with a 1 1/2" bolt and reversible lock nut for added safety.
        Price: $175.00

        Combine 6' unites for lengths of 12', 18', or 24' New design allows you to attach each ladder section with a 1 1/2" bolt and reversible lock nut for added safety Raised Solid Steel Rungs are Hand Welded for Safety Powder coated safety yellow

        ACRO, #11610 Chicken Ladder - Top Assembly and Steel Hook
        Add optional extensions for up to 24 feet in length.
        Price: $83.35

        Combine 6' units for lengths of 12', 18', or 24' New design allows you to attach each ladder section with a 1 1/2" bolt and reversible lock nut for added safety Raised Solid Steel Rungs are Hand Welded for Safety 10" Hook has ½" Reinforcement Rod Tube on end of hook to prevent slippage and damage to shingles 250 lbs., Capacity Powder coated safety yellow Made in America! ...

        Werner D6228-2 Fiberglass Extension Ladder, D-Rung - 28...
        Multi Section, 300 lb. load Capacity
        Price: $354.95

        The D6228-2 two section fiberglass extension ladder has non-conductive rails making this ladder ideal for working near electricity with a duty rating of 300 lbs. The D6228-2 is durable and long lasting. The exclusive ALFLO Rung joint means Twist-Proof performance on the job. The TRACTION TRED D-Rungs are slip resistant and the side rail are interlocking. The dual action feet are for use on hard or penetrable surfaces and swivel easily. The Base and Fly sections separate easily to use the base...

        Werner D6232-2 Fiberglass Extension Ladder, D-Rung - 32...
        Multi Section, 300 lb. load Capacity
        Price: $419.95

        The D6232-2 two section fiberglass extension ladder has non-conductive rails making this ladder ideal for working near electricity with a duty rating of 300 lbs. The D6232-2 is durable and long lasting. The exclusive ALFLO Rung joint means Twist-Proof performance on the job. The TRACTION TRED D-Rungs are slip resistant and the side rail are interlocking. The dual action feet are for use on hard or penetrable surfaces and swivel easily. The Base and Fly sections separate easily to use the base...