|Item Weight||15.41 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||73.62 x 21.97 x 6.3 inches|
|Item model number||W-3215-06|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Louisville Ladder W-3215-06 6 ft. Fiberglass Ladder, Type II, 225 Lbs Load Capacity
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|Item Weight||15.41 Pounds|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||73.62 x 21.97 x 6.3 inches|
|load capacity||225 Pounds|
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- Non-conductive 6' fiberglass ladder is ideal for tasks related to electrical maintenance such as changing a light bulb
- Top of this home ladder has slots for holding power and hand tools and paint cans, along with a paint pail hook
- 3" deep, slip-resistant aluminum steps are riveted in channels for increased stability
- Pinch-resistant spreader brace
- ANSI Type 2 rating for 225 lbs
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|Item Dimensions||73.62 x 21.97 x 6.30 inches||7.00 x 7.00 x 73.20 inches||74.75 x 21.25 x 5.25 inches||97.00 x 25.00 x 7.00 inches||62.00 x 20.00 x 7.00 inches||73.62 x 21.97 x 6.30 inches|
This non-conductive Louisville Ladder 6' Fiberglass Ladder is essential for tasks related to electrical maintenance, indoors and out, at home or at the jobsite. It can be used to change light bulbs or access roofing and much more. The ProTop has multiple slots for holding power and hand tools, paint cans and other items. It also comes with a paint pail hook. This home ladder has slip-resistant rubber feet and deep, slip-resistant aluminum steps, which are riveted in channels for increased stability. An additional pinch-resistant spreader brace ensures that this product stays in place when you are climbing it. It is easy to use and can be stored in a garage or up against the house when the job is finished. Every Louisville aluminum ladder created in this style is ANSI Type 2 rated to hold a maximum of 225 lbs of tools and people combined. You can feel safe using it, knowing that it meets or exceeds OSHA and ANSI requirements. Louisville Ladder 6' Fiberglass Ladder: Non-conductive 6' fiberglass ladder is ideal for tasks related to electrical maintenance such as changing a light bulb Top of this home ladder has slots for holding power and hand tools and paint cans, along with a paint pail hook 3" deep, slip-resistant aluminum steps are riveted in channels for increased stability Pinch-resistant spreader brace ANSI Type 2 rating for 225 lbs Heavy-duty steel gusset bracing for added support Wide back braces Slip-resistant rubber feet Easy to use Ideal for indoor and outdoor, jobsite and home projects This aluminum ladder can be stored in a garage or up against the house Meets or exceeds OSHA and ANSI requirements
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I was disappointed that this didn't ship in a box or wrap, but it took no shipping damage (or it's just built very well)
The only negative was the confusion I had with the third party seller. Ordered the ladder, tried to cancel before it shipped and that's when the confusion got worse. I won't go into details here, but in the end it all worked out. Net-Net got it on time and a good product.
It was interesting though tracking my delivery, days after I received it, as it was being again delivered hundreds of miles away? Yep confusing.