- Custom made to any size
- Safe chequer plate aluminum treads
- Stringers 450mm to 550mm apart
- Treads between 225mm to 255mm
- Min between handrails 540mm
- Tread 100mm min. wide
- 250mm handrail for 65°
- 100mm handrail for 75°
- 1200mm min head clearance
- Tread rise 225mm to 255mm
- Landing platform for over 3m
- Bespoke designs available
Top hung fold away ship type access ladder 2000 high with a retractable lower section. The ladder can be designed to sit at 70° when opened out. Top or side hung bracket provided.
Fold away ladders for restricted floor spaces.
- On Request
SHP Ladder Specification
Standard Ships Ladder.
Ladder with Landing Platform.
Upon Over Ship Ladder.
Double Ship Ladder.
Hinged Ships Ladder.
Fold away ladder.
SLC/RS Retractable Lower Section
The retractable SureSlide mechanism allows the lower section to slide up and down with ease. The lower section can be released from the top of the ladder for escape from the roof.
Operation from below can be accommodated. Polyester powder coating available to match the fabric of the building.
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