These extremely popular platform steps offer a robust heavy duty welded construction and feature a large platform and a handy tool tray. These steps are ideal for light trade and commercial use and safely support a maximum load of 150kg.
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These extremely popular steps offer a robust heavy duty welded construction and feature a large platform and a handy tool tray. These platform steps are ideal for light trade and commercial use and safely support a maximum load of 150kg.
As with all Clow Aluminium Step Ladders and Platform Steps, the Pro-HEPS steps are fitted with secure non-slip, non-marking feet.
This product has been manufactured in compliance with the previous EN131-1:2007+A1:2011, EN131-2:2010 and EN131-3:2007 specifications and provides a maximum load of 150kg. Please note these specifications have now been withdrawn and superceded by EN131-1:2015, EN131-2:2010+A2:2017 and EN131-3:2018 specifications.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 stocks last.
|Clow Pro-HEP Heavy Duty Platform Step|
|Code||Open Height||Height to Platform||Closed Height||Treads1||Weight|
|Pro-HEP3||1.45m (4'9")||0.77m (2'6")||1.48m (4'10")||3||7.6kg|
|Pro-HEP5||1.87m (6'2")||1.26m (4'2")||2.02m (6'8")||5||10.2kg|
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 platform steps compare the overall platform height not the number of treads as some manufacturers keep tread spacing short.
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