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The Tri-Arc line of steel rolling ladders offers the perfect solution for warehouses and other industrial settings where a sturdy and safe rolling ladder is needed for reaching heard-to-reach places. Each of the ladders in this line is made from 1 1/16” tubular steel construction with a powder coat gray finish. Other common features include the perforated or grip strut tread as well as the 450 pound total weight capacity.
Available in 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 12-step varieties, there are some additional differences among the models other than just the number of steps. For example, the 2 through 5-step models feature spring-loaded casters while the 6 through 12-step models have the Step Lock feature. Furthermore, the 4 and 5-step models have an inner rung size of 1’4”, while the 6 through 12-step varieties of an inner rung size of 2’.
Similarly, while the base width of the 4-step model is 1’11” and the base width of the 5-step model is 2’3”, the base width of the 6 through 12-step models is 2’11”. The platform width of the 4 and 5-step models is also 1’4”, while the platform width of the 2 through 12-step models is 2’. The platform length on all models is the same, however, at 10’.
All of the ladders in the Tri-Arc line of steel rolling ladders comply with all applicable OSHA and ANSI standards.
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