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CONSTRUCTION Click Here To Learn More

How a ladder is put together not only impacts the convenience of the tool but it’s stability and potential for long-term use.

Assembled

Ladders shipped fully setup and ready to use

Unassembled (Knock-Down)

Ladders require user assembly

MATERIAL/FINISH Click Here To Learn More

Your ladder has to stand up to the environmental conditions of your workplace. Right right material or finish can impact the safety
and lifespan of your equipment.

Powder - Coated Steel

General warehouse or retail environments

Aluminum

Corrosive, wet environments.

Stainless Steel

Extreme corrosive environments.

LOAD RATING Click Here To Learn More

How much weight your ladder will need to handle each day is a key consideration. Take a look at how ANSI characterizes the
maximum allowable weight of a user and materials.

300 LB

Extra Heavy Duty/Professional Use Type IA ANSI

350 LB

Special Duty/ Professional Use Type IAA ANSI

450 LB

Special Duty/ Professional Use Type IAA ANSI

500 LB

Special Duty/Professional Use Type IAA ANSI

600 LB

Special Duty/ Professional Use Type IAA ANSI

800 LB

Special Duty/ Professional Use Type IAA ANSI

1000 LB

Special Duty/ Professional Use Type IAA ANSI

LOCK OPERATION Click Here To Learn More

It’s important to make sure your ladder doesn’t roll while in use. Check out some common ways manufacturers help you
stay safe and in one place.

Foot-Activated Lock Step

Stepping on 1st step drops rubber- padded feet to floor to immobilize ladder. Stepping on pedal raises pads off floor and engages all casters in rolling position.Typically found on rolling ladders 5 steps or higher.

Weight-Activated Lock Step

Stepping on ANY step drops rubber-padded feet to floor to immobilize ladder. Stepping on pedal raises pads off floor and engages all casters in rolling position. Typically found on rolling ladders 5 steps or higher.

Spring Loaded

Stepping on ANY step drops the rubber-tipped feet to floor to immobilize ladder. After stepping off, spring loaded casters lift ladder, allowing movement. Typically found on rolling ladders less than 5 steps.

THREAD TYPES Click Here To Learn More

Sure footing when working up high is essential to going up or down a ladder safely. You can help avoid slips and falls by matching
the right tread type to your work environment.

Perforated

Perforated holes provide excellent slip resistance and drainage.

Expanded Metal

Open step design prevents debris buildup. For all applications.

Serrated

Open grid tread allows liquids to drain quickly. For oily, wet, or outdoor environments.

Rubber

Solid metal step with nonslip ribbed rubber tread. Ideal for use in office, retail, or industrial environments.

SIZE CONSIDERATIONS Click Here To Learn More

The higher you work, the wider your ladder must be in order to remain safe. Consider working height or height and width
limitations on ladder dimensions.

Platform/Top Step Height

Subtract 5 to 6 feet from desired working height.

Overall Height

Consider ceiling or overhead obstructions.

Base Width

Typically the taller the ladder the wider the base. Ladders with a 24"-wide or smaller base are suitable for use in tight spaces or narrow aisles.

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    Rolling Ladder,Steel,28-1/2 In.H
    • BALLYMORE
    • Rolling Ladder, Steel, 28-1/2 In.H
    • Item # 9E367
    • Mfr. Model # H318PSU
    • Rolling Ladder, Material Steel, Assembled, Handrails Included Yes, Platform Height 28-1/2 In., Platform Width...More

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