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Kik Steps™

    Summit steel hop-up - simply kick along into position, hop on and the sprung castors lock in place. Commonly used by retailers, libraries and offices.

    Product Features

    • Tough steel construction
    • Available in a range of bright colours
    • Non-slip rubber mat treads
    • 3-year warranty
    • 150kg work load capacity
    • EN14183
    Summit™ Ladders

    Summit™ Ladders

    Part of the new Summit™ Ladders collection of ladders, step ladders, work platforms & towers for serious Trade professionals.

     

    Summit™ Kik Step Specifications

    Product Code Sections Max. Step Height Closed Height Platform Height Tread Count Tread Type Weight
    1225-000 2 0.43m 0.43m 0.43m 2 Flat 5kg
    1225-000B 2 0.43m 0.43m 0.43m 2 Flat 5kg
    1225-000BL 2 0.43m 0.43m 0.43m 2 Flat 5kg
    1225-000DG 2 0.43m 0.43m 0.43m 2 Flat 5kg
    1225-000R 2 0.43m 0.43m 0.43m 2 Flat 5kg

    Order By
    5PM Today

    These Steps are normally in stock, order by 5pm for NextDay Delivery.

    Delivery

    Direct to You or Your Customer

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

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