The portable access ladder has a 9x5-foot stationary base section with a top landing measuring 1-foot, 6-inch by 2-feet.
The portable access ladder has a 9x5-foot stationary base section with a top landing measuring 1-foot, 6-inch by 2-feet. The lower, stationary section has a "ship’s" ladder with 9- to 12-inch rises and 8- to 4-inch grip strut treads for accessing the upper platform. The stationary base has semi-pneumatic casters with brakes on the rear and stationary semi-pneumatic wheels on the front. The unit is equipped with two telescoping leveling jacks for added stability and adjustment. The upper platform manually adjusts from 9 feet to an under clearance of 13 feet. The upper platform is 2x4-feet long and constructed with grip strut grating. The upper platform has neoprene bumpers on the outboard end and complete with handrails.
G-Raff Systems, a div. of Benko Products Inc.
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