Aluminum Access Ladder with Walk Through Handrails
This access ladder is meant for access from one walking/working surface to another and can be used for either exterior or interior applications. This fixed ladder is 20" and comes with walk through handrails that extend at least 42" above the top of the roof access ladder. It has 1-1/4" diam. round rungs that are deeply serrated creating optimum traction for your hand and foot grip. The stand off brackets on this ladder give the climber a minimum of 8" between the center of the rung and the wall the fixed ladder attaches to. This fixed ladder complies with OSHA and ANSI A14.3 standards.
Measuring for your model ALACCB fixed ladder:
- Measure from the lower walking working surface to the upper walking working surface or roof.
- Make notes of any gutter or conduit that stand off from the structure you are attaching the ladder to. (Note: A minimum of 7" from the ladder rung to the nearest object behind the ladder is required throughout the full climb)
- Order the ladder size that has a top rung equal to or greater than the actual measurement from the lower walking working surface to the roof noted in step one.
INSTALLATION: Installation techniques and methods are the responsibility of the buyer.
STRUCTURAL CALCULATIONS and DESIGN: Structural calculations that are required by the construction documents are the sole and exclusive responsibility of the Buyer. All structural design and work necessary for the installation of Seller’s goods, are the sole and exclusive responsibility of Buyer and/or third party(ies). Structural design must be structurally adequate to support Seller’s goods. If additional structural support is required for the installation of Seller’s goods, all costs and time impacts accompanying such structural support additions are the sole and exclusive responsibility of Buyer and/or third party(ies).
Local Codes, Ordinances, and Rules and Regulations: Buyer is required to confirm that ladder installation and design comply with all appropriate laws, codes, rules and regulations, and local ordinances.