ALACCB - Aluminum Fixed Ladder with Walk Through Handrails
This aluminum fixed ladder with P-shaped walk-through boarding rails is a type of ladder commonly used for providing safe and easy access to elevated areas such as roofs, mezzanines, and other walking-working surfaces. It is designed with sturdy aluminum material and comes equipped with P-shaped boarding rails that allow users to walk through the ladder safely without the risk of falling.
The ladder has two I beam side rails that are connected by rungs or steps, which users can climb up and down. This access ladder has deeply serrated 1-1/4" diameter aluminum rungs that are manufactured to allow the climber maximum grip. The P-shaped boarding rails are positioned on both sides of the ladder, providing a barrier to prevent users from accidentally falling off the ladder. The aluminum pipe handrails provides a comfortable hand grip for the climber, increasing their grip and making the ladder easier to climb and descend.
The walk-through design of the boarding rails allows users to enter and exit the ladder safely at the top of the platform or elevated area. This ladder can be installed securely to the structure using brackets or bolts, ensuring stability and safety during use.
Overall, an aluminum fixed ladder with P-shaped walk-through boarding rails is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a safe and reliable way to access elevated areas. The P-shaped boarding rails make it easier and more comfortable to climb and descend the ladder while also providing a secure and stable surface for the user to hold onto.
This aluminum fixed ladder is spliced together and ships knocked down for field assembly.
To measure for a ladder with walk-through handrails, you will need to take into account the height of the area you need to access, as well as the angle of the ladder and the distance from the ladder to the surface you will be accessing.
Here are the steps to measure for a ladder with walk-through handrails:
Determine the height you need to reach: Measure the vertical distance from the ground or floor to the surface you need to access.
Determine the length of the ladder: This is the distance from the base of the ladder to the top rung.
Determine the required weight capacity: The ladder should have a weight capacity that is appropriate for the user and any equipment or tools that will be carried.
Choose a ladder with walk-through handrails: Look for a ladder that has walk-through handrails on both sides for added safety and ease of use.
By following these steps, you can measure for a ladder with walk-through handrails that is the appropriate length and width and has the necessary weight capacity for your needs.
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