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LADDERS AND STEPS


FOLDING STEPS WITH FOAM COVERED HANDLE


Provides increased user comfort and safety .


• Constructed from tubular steel. • Black plastic non-slip treads for extra grip. • Treads measure 380 (W) x 260mm (D). • Non-slip feet improve stability. • Comply to safety step guidelines EN 14183 . • Size: 1180 x 460 x 670mm (HxWxD).


• Size when folded: 1310 x 460 x 90mm (HxWxD).


Feature


non-slip treads for extra grip


Code MHA348


No. of Steps


3


Top Tread Height


725mm Weight 6kg


Price £53.99


Code


ACCESS074 ACCESS075


Approx. Working Height


2080 2330


STEPLADDERS WITH WORKSTATION AND SAFETY HANDRAILS. Extra large standing platform, 50% bigger than standard stepladders .


• Strong, deep treads for added security. • Twin safety handrails ensure extra safety and balance. • High support rail and handy work tray. • 150kg load capacity. • Conforms to ladder safety guidelines BS EN 131. • Features fold up work tray to store tools when working.


• Please note additional carriage charges may apply. TM


Platform Height


480mm 730mm


Open Height


1000mm 1300mm


Closed Height


1100mm 1300mm


Width


470mm 490mm


Open Depth


470mm 570mm


SDL ~ Safety Sign Catalogue 2020


ALUMINIUM FOLDED STEPS Large tapered feet improve stability.


• Multi-functional - use as steps or stool. • Large rubber matted treads. • Folds fl at for easy storage. • Maximum load capacity 150Kg.


• Comply to safety step guidelines EN 14183.


ACCESS074 ACCESS075 Weight


5.5kg 7.4kg


Price


£59.75 £70.50


Code


304UKA103 304UKA104 304UKA105 304UKA106 304UKA107


No. of Treads


3 4 5 6 7


Weight


4.97kg 5.77kg 6.77kg 8.27kg 9.27kg


PREMIUM MOBILE STEPS Safe and easy way to access high areas.


• Dome covered spring loaded swivel castors retract when weight is applied to the steps, ensuring that the steps are stable when being used.


• Castor dome has a double rolled bottom edge, together with a protective cover strip to protect fl ooring.


• Each tread and platform are fi ne ribbed rubber on mild steel for added grip and improved safety. Treads are supplied with highly visible tread clamps to prevent the edges from lifting or peeling.


• Each model is available in four different colours. Please specify colour required when ordering.


Code


ACC0013 ACC0014 ACC0015 ACC0016


212 STORAGE DESIGN LTD TEL:01446772614 www.storage-design.ltd.uk info@storage-design.ltd.uk


No. of Steps


2 3 4 5


(H x W x D)


1175 x 556 x 650mm 1430 x 556 x 790mm 1680 x 556 x 1055mm 1935 x 556 x 1225mm


Size


Platform (H)


508mm 762mm 1016mm 1270mm


Weight


11kg 14kg 17kg 20kg


Price


£243.00 £287.00 £341.00 £449.00


Working Height


2.32m 2.55m 2.77m 2.99m 3.22m


Safe


Maximum Load


150kg 150kg 150kg 150kg 150kg


Height to Platform


570mm 800mm 1020mm 1240mm 1470mm


Closed Dims (LxWxD)


1320 x 440 x 190mm 1560 x 470 x 190mm 1800 x 490 x 190mm 2040 x 520 x 190mm 2280 x 540 x 190mm


Price


£91.99 £97.50 £103.00 £118.00 £139.00


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