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Aluminium Sliding Loft Ladders

    Available in 2 & 3 sections and designed for occasional use. Complete with trapdoor hinges to fix the ladder safely to your opening space or trapdoor. Safety handrail and ‘D’ shaped rungs make climbing up and down this ladder much safer, especially when you are carrying boxes.

    Product Features

    • Friction guides provide smooth opening
    • Anti-slip ‘D’ rungs for comfort and security
    • Handrail for added safety
    • 1-year warranty
    • 150kg work load capacity
    • EN14975

    2 Section Deluxe Sliding Aluminium Loft Ladder Specifications

    Code Description Floor to Floor Height Min Hatch Size Min Clearance Min Storage Weight
    1500-006 3-Section 2.3m x 3.0m 0.65m x 0.40m 0.73m 1.40m 6.5kg
    1500-000 2-Section 2.2m x 2.67m 0.65m x 0.40m 0.73m 1.66m 5.5kg

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    This Loft Ladder is normally in stock, order by 5pm for NextDay Delivery.

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    We can send this direct to your company or your customer.

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