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Multipurpose Ladder, 19 ft., IA, Aluminum
- Item # 3EJT7
- Mfr. Model # 12022
- UNSPSC # 30191501
- Catalog Page # 1628
- Shipping Weight 41.0 lbs.
- Item Multipurpose Ladder
- Ladder Height 22 ft.
- Extended Ladder Height 11 to 19 ft.
- ANSI Type IA
- Material Aluminum
- Load Capacity 300 lb.
- Stepladder Height 5 to 9 ft.
- Scaffold Height 5 ft.
- Closed Depth 9"
- Closed Height 5 ft. 7"
- Closed Width 2 ft. 2-1/2"
- Outside Shoe Base Width 2 ft. 2-1/2"
- Rail Type Aluminum
- Storage Height 5 ft. 7"
- Series Revolution
- Standards ANSI, OSHA
- Includes Wheels, Trestle Brackets
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