BAILEY 3' DOUBLE SIDED STEP LADDER

Marsden

BAILEY 3' DOUBLE SIDED STEP LADDER

BAILEY 3' DOUBLE SIDED STEP LADDER

Marsden QLD 4132
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0407-777272


***ABSOLUTELY NO TRANSACTIONS OUTSIDE OF TOOLMATES HIRE***


PLEASE DO NOT CALL ASKING TO HIRE OUTSIDE OF TOOLMATES AS THEY ARE MY ONLY SAFETY NET PROTECTING ME. I WOULD NEVER NORMALLY LOAN/RENT/HIRE ANYTHING I OWN IF IT WASN'T FOR TMH. YOUR RESPECT IN THIS MATTER IS APPRECIATED.

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MANY OTHER TOOLS AVAILABLE INCLUDING CORDED & CORDLESS POWER TOOLS, AUTOMOTIVE & MECHANICAL REPAIR HAND TOOLS, PANEL BEATING EQUIPMENT, PETROL POWERED GARDEN, CHAINSAWS, AIR TOOLS ETC. JUST ASK & I'LL LIST THEM........ ANY QUERIES PLEASE CALL MICHAEL ON 0407777272

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***PLEASE NOTE, 1 DAY HIRE IS 8 HOURS(PICK UP IN THE MORNING, RETURN ITEM THAT NIGHT)***


I HAVE LADDERS RANGING FROM 3' TO 26 FEET (.9 METRE TO 8 METRES) CHECK MY OTHER ADS FOR VARIOUS SIZES


Highly durable and offering superior strength, the Professional 150kg range of Extra Wide Double Sided Stepladders are designed for heavy trade/commercial and tradesperson use.


Incorporating an extra wide interlocking top cap for added stability, the Hercules range is industrial rated and features the unique Punchlock® design for increased torsional rigidity.


Punchlock® tread design and deep fascia top caps increase torsional rigidity of the overall ladder frames

Industrial Duty Rated. Designed for use on industrial work sites 150kg load rating

Light, strong, aluminium construction

Extra wide double sided ladder for greater versatility, safety and greater load bearing strength

The incorporation of extra wide interlocking top caps also adds strength and stability

Anti-slip feet for added safety and stability

Made to Australian and New Zealand Standards AS/NZS 1892.1

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  • Helmut Zotter
    Jan 30, 2019, 10:53

    What are the rules regarding standing on the upper rungs of these short ladders? Can I stand on the last rungs?

    Administrator
    Jan 30, 2019, 13:55

    If you're unsure about ladder safety, I recommend you contact the relevant regulators in your State/Territory.