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Featuring a full metal boot, reinforcement plates and heavy gauge steel hinges, the line of Louisville Rhino twin front stepladders are both durable and safe. With the Shox impact absorption system, the ladders in this line also offer superior comfort while in use.
Made with double-rivet step construction with heavy-duty gusset bracing and inside spreader braces, the ladders within this line are built to last. Built from non-conductive fiberglass, each of the ladders in this line are lightweight and safe to use with jobs that involve electrical work. As such, the Louisville Rhino series is a good option for virtually any setting where a ladder is needed, while the stepladder design makes it possible to keep both hands free to complete tasks in hard-to-reach places.
With an ANSI Duty Rating of 1AA, the models in this line of ladders each have a total weight capacity of 375 pounds. All of the ladders in this line are yellow in color and range in size from 4 feet to 12 feet while their weights range from 25 pounds to 68 pounds. The relative light weight of these ladders makes them easy to transport from one worksite to the next, whether that involves hauling them in a truck or simply carrying them from one spot to the next within a worksite, home or industrial setting.
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