Open Heights: 4 - 1.103m (3'7"), 5 - 1.380m (4'6"), 6 - 1.659m (5'5"), 8 - 2.216m (7'3"), 10 - 2.772m (9'1").
Conforming with European Standard EN131:Professional this step is the premier fibreglass step on the UK market today. It is designed for robust, industrial and trade use and supports a 150kg maximum load.
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The Clow EN131 Professional Superglas® insulated Glassfibre Step Ladders are the premier fibreglass step on the UK market today.
Replace your old timber industrial swingback steps with new EN131:Professional GRP Fibreglass Swingback Steps. Stock is available for delivery or collection at all of our depots throughout the UK. We have stock depots located in London, Midlands, Belfast and Glasgow and provide a national service across both Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
This distinctive Clow Glassfibre AEPGFIS red step ladder fully conforms with the new EN131 Professional Standard and is designed for robust industrial and trade use and supports a 150kg maximum load.
It's heavy duty construction, double riveted wide non-slip treads, strong combination bar stays, heavy duty slip-resistant feet, reinforced bracing, non-conductive stiles and magnetic multi-tool top make it the ideal stepladder for use within the electrical and engineering trade.
The Clow Professional Superglas AEPGFIS step ladder is fitted with a rugged and durable "rubbing plate system" to prevent wear of the stepladder hinge assembly.
Clow EN131 Professional Superglas Insulated Glassfibre Step Ladders
|Treads1||4 (3+top)||5 (4+top)||6 (5+top)||8 (7+top)||10 (9+top)|
|Open Height||1.103m (3'7")||1.380m (4'6")||1.659m (5'5")||2.216m (7'3")||2.772m (9'1")|
|Closed Height||1.230m (4')||1.530m (5')||1.830m (6')||2.430m (8')||3.030m (10')|
|Standing Tread Height*||0.263m||0.540m||0.820m||1.380m||1.930m|
|Base Width||0.53m (1'9")||0.57m (1'10")||0.62m (1'9")||0.71m (2')||0.80m (2'7")|
|Open Depth||0.9m (3')||1.098m (3'7")||1.297m (4'3")||1.691m (5'6")||2.091m (6'10")|
Note: 1 when you count the number of treads on a step you should include the step top or top platform within the tread count.
Note: not all manufacturers treat tread counts or tread heights the same - when you compare steps compare the overall step height not the number of treads as some manufacturers keep tread spacing short.
Note: ensure your step is the correct size for the task at hand - when using a stepladder you should not stand on the top three treads, (including the step at the very top of the ladder), unless there is a suitable handhold. Always maintain three points of contact when climbing the ladder and whenever possible in the work position, (ie. a hand and two feet).
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