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Featuring a heavy-duty aluminum top with magnet and tool slots for added convenience, the DeWalt Professional Fiberglass line of step ladders offers a 25 percent greater step surface, an impact absorption system and heavy duty boots with a slip-resistant surface area. Each of these features helps increase safety and comfort when standing for long periods of time, while the unique magnet and tool slot system keeps all of your tools and equipment conveniently near as you work.
Due to their fiberglass construction, the ladders in this line are both lightweight and durable. Boasting a total weight capacity of 500 pounds and wrap-around internal spreaders for added durability and protection, the ladders in this line are designed for easy transport, safety and comfort. Other features found in this line include heavy aluminum gussets, double rivet construction, and cross tread for greater traction.
Offering safety, comfort and durability, the DeWalt line of professional fiberglass stepladders are available in both 6 foot and 8 foot models. The impact absorption system found in all models within this line helps to prevent damage to bottom rails and steps, while large rubber tread makes it possible to use the ladders on many grated services.
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