Clow Euroglas® Single Section Ladders provide an inert, non-conductive all glassfibre construction. Both the ladder stiles and rungs are manufactured from GRP Glassfibre - ideal for use where there is any risk of exposure to chemicals or electrical power. These ladders support a maximum load of 150kg.
Manufactured in the UK.
Availability: Manufactured to order (approx. 7 - 10 days)
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Manufactured in the UK to the same high specification as the Clow Euroglas Extension Ladder, the Single Section Euroglas Ladder is ideal for use within environments where there is any risk of exposure to electrical current due to it’s non-conductive all glassfibre construction.
The ladder stiles are manufactured from glass reinforced plastic box section stiles and the ladder rungs from serrated non-slip, resin matrix glass reinforced tubes which are securely bonded into the ladder stiles.
The Clow Euroglas Ladder is manufactured in the UK at our Clow Ladder Factory in Bridgeton in the East End of Glasgow, Scotland.
Clow Euroglas Ladders satisfy the electrical requirements of the American ANSI 14.5 Standard providing an electrically insulated ladder.
This product is manufactured in compliance with previous EN131-1:2007+A1:2011, EN131-2:2010 and EN131-3:2007 specifications and provides a maximum load of 150kg. Please note these original specifications have now been withdrawn and superceded by EN131-1:2015,EN131-2:2010+A2:2017 and EN131-3:2018 specifications. During the transition period between the old and new standards ladders manufactured to the previous specification are still available while testing and approval of new specification ladders is completed.
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* Require a non-standard size or specific rung spacing ? Contact us for more information - we can custom manufacture your ladder to meet your exact requirements.
Note: Ensure your ladder is long enough for the task at hand - when using a leaning ladder do not stand on the top three rungs to ensure maximum safety and stability. Note that ladders used for access should project at least 1m above the landing point and be tied in to provide a secure handhold.
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