With an all glassfibre GRP construction the Clow Euroglas® Step offers a completely insulated step ideal for use where there is any danger of exposure to electrical power. Provides a maximum load of 150kg.
Manufactured in the UK.
Availability: Manufactured to order (approx. 7 - 10 days)
The Clow Euroglas® Step Ladder is an all fibreglass construction resulting in a lightweight but extremely strong non-conductive stepladder.
Manufactured to order to meet customer's exact requirements at our Clow Ladder Factory in Bridgeton in the East End of Glasgow.
The broad 170mm top platform depth of this swingback step, combined with the deep 80mm treads, ensures a very safe and stable set of steps. The serrated non-slip treads provide a sure foothold and are glued and riveted to the stepladder stiles for secure fixing.Because the back legs, braces and diagonals are manufactured from glassfibre these steps are considerably lighter than wooden steps.
These stepladders are built to comply with the relevant electrical requirements of the American ANSI 14.5 Standard and safely support a 150kg maximum load.
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 Please note these original specifications have now been withdrawn and superceded by EN131-1:2015, EN131-2:2010+A2:2017 and EN131-3:2018 specifications.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.
|Clow Euroglas Swingback Stepladder - Standard Range
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).
* Require a non-standard size or specific step tread spacing ? Contact us for more information - we can custom manufacture your stepladder to meet your exact specifications.
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