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Featuring a non-conductive railing and a heavy-duty, non-marring durable plastic V-shaped top, the DeWalt Pro Top line of extension ladders boasts multiple tool slots for added convenience. Meanwhile, the unique top also protects working surfaces while increasing the contact area for added safety. With each model featuring rung camps to reduce wind noise, the ladders in this line can be easily transported on roof racks from one worksite to the next.
With a slip-resistant rubber tread and increased contact space, the risk of slipping is reduced when using ladders in this line. The unique top design can also be used on corners and poles. Ladders in this line also feature a quick latch to lock rungs in place, thereby providing an easier method for securing the fly and base sections of the ladder when it is extended.
All of the ladders in the DeWalt Pro Top line of fiberglass extension ladders boast an ANSI Duty Rating of 1A, giving each a total weight capacity of 300 pounds. Each model within this line of ladders is yellow in color, with lengths ranging in size from 16 to 40 feet. With the nylon woven climbing rope utilized on all but the 16-foot model, you can enjoy increased comfort and durability when extending the ladder to various heights.
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