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Telescoping Multiladder quickly converts 20 working heights or positions, including a twin stepladder (4' to 7' high), extension ladder (8' to 14' high), stairway stepladder (5' to 7' high) and self-support 1' to 2' high, two-scaffold base (plank and tied downs not included). Features smooth curved rails for comfortable climbing, extra wide flared bottom for firm support, slip-resistant feet and double-riveted steps for long-lasting durability. Holds 300 lb. Aluminum professional grade ladder consists of three sections and two different locking mechanisms. The ladders outer sections allow the ladder to telescope and change heights in all the configurations, besides the scaffold mode. Adjust height quickly with spring-loaded quot;Jquot; locks, two each on either side. Operate the spring-loaded quot;Jquot; locks by pulling straight out and then rotating them away from the holes in the rails. Each quot;Jquot; lock works independently so you work the lock with one hand while holding the ladder with the other.
Offering incredible versatility, the Werner MT Series Telescoping Multiladder is the only ladder you may ever need. Each MT Series ladder can be easily transformed into a twin stepladder, extension ladder, stairway stepladder, or two scaffold bases. Ideal for indoor and outdoor jobs, each of these professional-grade ladders is ergonomically constructed, features push-knob hinges, and is built to last with double-riveted steps.
Height adjustments are a snap with the spring-loaded J-locks. View larger.
Supports up to 300 pounds/side. View larger.
The MT Series is available in four models--MT-13, MT-17, MT-22, and MT-26--allowing the choice of the perfect size for individual applications.
Twin Stepladder Position Supports 300 Pounds Per Side
When set up as a stepladder, the Werner MT Series has a load capacity of 300 pounds per side, including person and materials.
Easy Conversions and Height Adjustments
Each ladder's inner section allows it to be folded into three set positions: extension ladder, twin stepladder, and storage. Each of these configurations is made possible by using the push-knob locking hinges located on the sides of the ladder.
Height adjustments are also a snap thanks to the spring loaded J-locks. Simply disengage the J-locks on either side, telescope the section out to the desired length (in one-foot increments), and then reengage the J-hooks.
Durable and Safe
MT Series Telescoping Multiladders are just as durable as they are versatile. Double-riveted steps provide long-lasting durability, and an extra wide flared bottom provides firm support. What's more, smooth curved side rails provide comfort and safe climbing, while heavy duty non-marring feet provide slip resistance.
About Werner: The Pros' Choice
Werner, the most trusted name in ladders, is preferred by pros more than any other brand. For over 60 years, pros have looked to Werner to supply their climbing equipment needs. Werner manufactures a full line of safe, professional-grade products for any job, and it builds its ladders to withstand even the most challenging tasks--that's why Werner ladders are found on more jobsites than any other brand.
What's in the Box
One Werner MT Series Telescoping Multiladder, and instruction manual.
Converts to a twin stepladder, stairway stepladder, 2 scaffold bases, or extension ladder.
Werner MT-13 HomeDepot.com $89.97 free in store pickup. And the $151 shown here is presented as a huge savings? C'mon people, get real.Published 1 day ago by Christmas Hill
I have had this ladder for a couple of years now, and it has many great uses. It makes for a good set of saw horses when taken apart, it can be a tall A frame ladder, or can be a... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Matthew B. Bible
This ladder is awesome and has so many options than just a regular step ladder. I researched several of the multi-ladders and this one seemed to very similar to some of the others... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Diane S.
Well made, but that's about it. Not really that functional. It is not a very good extension ladder and it is even worse as a step ladder. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rick Medugno