Little Giant Ladders, the global leader in ladder innovation, will launch its mission to prevent injuries and save lives by using its ladders at the 2014 Safety & Health Expo, London ExCel June 17-19. Emphasising unmatched versatility Little Giant products combine adjustable heights, built in stabilisation and articulation from step to ladder, stairwell step creating a unique life saving tool.
Designed and developed n the United States, the feature products on show are built on over forty years of expertise and customer feedback.
Reed Flygare, General Manager at Little Giant Ladder Systems explains, ‘Little Giant do more than make ladders, what we do is create peace of mind for families that their loved ones get home safely every evening by building safety into our products as the first priority. Our philosophy is that every rung, every rivet and every weld matters. That’s why we can offer the longest warranties out there.’
The allows users to enjoy an unmatched feeling of stability thanks to the Quad-Lock™ hinge, wide-flared legs and the highest quality construction. Use the right ladder for the right job every time and avoid 95 percent of all ladder-related safety issues. The Revolution can reach some of the toughest areas such as the space above the staircase, vaulted ceilings and over and around obstacles.
Reed continues, ‘We are persistently innovating and are looking forward to obtaining feedback from the safety professionals in London. Our focus this year has been to increase stabilisation by using an internal device and building in adjustment to allow use on uneven ground.’
The fundamental Little Giant compact concept allows fleets to reduce fuel costs and minimise handling and transport-related injuries to the shoulder and back. The range includes the Dark Horse™ electrically resistant fibreglass multi-function ladder alongside the Sumo Stance™ and Lunar that are both lightweight and again introduce built in stabilisation features.
Little Giant Ladder Systems will be on stand R2010 at the ExCel in London this June.