Surveyors Ladders

    Traditional sectional surveyor ladder with spigot fixings and deep serrated round rungs. The sections simply fit together to form a straight ladder.

    Product Features

    • Strong oval box section stiles
    • Fits in most car bootse
    • Compact for easy transport and storage
    • Deep serrated round rungs
    • Anti-slip feet top and bottom
    • 3-year warranty
    • 175kg work load capacity
    Summit™ Ladders

    Summit™ Ladders

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


    Summit™ Surveyors ladder Specifications

    Product CodeDescriptionRungsExtended LengthWeight
    1306-0033 - Section SUR3 x 32.75m6.0kg
    1306-0044 - Section SUR4 x 33.65m8.0kg
    1306-0055 - Section SUR5 x 34.55m10.0kg
    1306-0066 - Section SUR6 x 35.46m11.0kg

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    5PM Today

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


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