|Item Weight||16 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17 x 2.2 x 14.3 inches|
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|Item model number||ESC220|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Werner ESC220 Fire Escape Ladder, Two Story
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- 2-story model
- 1200-Pound load capacity, 400-Pound load capacity per rung, can be used by multiple people simultaneously
- Flat rungs, with anti-slip grooves and standoffs, assistance strap for easy exit
- One to two hour installation time
- Can be used over any size window sill, multi-level roof lines, primed white to blend with any decor
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The Werner 2-Story Built-In Fire Escape Ladder features 12 non-slip steps and mounts easily to an existing wall. Designed as a safe and easy-access emergency exit, the self-deploying ladder rungs support up to 1,200 lbs. and extend into a full ladder when dropped out of your window. The convenient design deploys in just seconds and can also be painted to match your wall, creating an unobtrusive look in any room.
Aluminum rungs with nylon webbing rails offer lightweight durability
12 steps make it easy to descend from a second story
Fast-escape design supports up to 1,200 lbs.
Anti-slip rungs and standoffs offer added safety
Storage pan permanently installs in wall for security and durability
ANSI and OSHA compliant for safety
Door included with unit for convenience
Industry Standard Ladder Height (ft.)
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During a fire, every second counts. That's why the Werner ESC-220 Two-Story Fire Escape Ladder is made to help you and your family evacuate your home quickly. Designed for placement on your home's second story, this durable ladder installs in the wall below a window, so it's always ready to go and can never be misplaced.
Folds compactly into convenient compartment and extends to 17-feet 2-inches. View larger.
Nylon webbing and anti-slip flat rungs and stand-offs provide strength and durability. View larger.
According to the U.S. Fire Administration, a small flame can grow out of control in 30 seconds, turning into a major fire that threatens serious injury or death. Moreover, most residential fires occur at night while we sleep, and they spread too quickly for the fire department to respond. For the best chance of survival, families need to be able to escape from an upstairs window within 30 seconds. The ESC-220 makes that possible.
Permanently Installs for Peace of Mind
In the event of an emergency, you need to secure your family, not your fire ladder. That's why the ESC-220 permanently installs into the wall below a second-story window. This clever design means you'll never spend wasted time trying to locate your emergency ladder. An added bonus, the ESC-220 blends with any décor, as it can be painted or wallpapered to complement your room.
User-Friendly Design is Strong and Heat Resistant
Because you have only seconds to exit a burning home, the ESC-220 is easy to deploy--it fully extends to 17 feet, 2 inches when the release tab is pulled.
This escape ladder is also incredibly strong and sturdy, with heat-resistant nylon webbing and anti-slip flat rungs and stand-offs. To help keep you steady, a helpful first-step assistance strap provides safety and stability.
What's more, the ESC-220 holds up to 1,200 pounds, which allows multiple family members and rescue professionals to use the ladder at the same time. And unlike one-time-use fire ladders, the ESC-220 can be repacked and used for practice drills.
About Werner: The Pros' Choice
Werner is a manufacturer and distributor of professional fiberglass, aluminum, and wood climbing equipment. With its beginnings as a floor covering and molding business, Werner has evolved over the past 60 years into a climbing equipment leader. Today, Werner ladders are found on more trucks and jobsites than all other ladder brands combined.
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ESC-220 Fire Escape Ladder; hardware assortment; installation template; and insulation sheet.
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***As a side note, please beware who you buy this product from. I ordered this product from Seven2Four and the package was drop shipped directly from another retailer (acmetools). I am currently working through this clear drop-ship violation. If you find Acme Tools as the seller here or visit them directly, the price is significantly cheaper from there and the shipping is very reasonable. Beware of inflated drop-ship pricing from different retailers on Amazon.
If your serious about giving your occupants a chance to survive a fire, this is the best escape system. Don't fool yourself into believing the first generation of escape ladders are "good enough". Without daily training on removing the ladder from its box, unfolding and securing manually the window stays and untangling the chain ladder it is doubtful that during the panic and confusion of a smoke filled bedroom at 3am that anything will get done. Not to mention the boxed ladder may accidentally be move to another location than agreed upon.
The Werner ESC330 will always be where you left it (below the window), it has been pre-attached to the structure of your house. And it simply needs to be dropped out the window for use. The ladder is made of strong seatbelt material and metal rungs. My wife easily deployed the ladder with only some verbal instruction.
Only suggestion would be for them to coat the stand-off legs in plastic so the metal doesn't mar the side of your house when you test it out. I bought some liquid plastic to do it myself over the coming weekend.