Lean, Mean and Hi-Viz green: orders now being taken for the new HyperLite SumoStance – possibly the world’s safest ladder
- State-of-the-art GRP/fibreglass construction that is lighter the than comparable industrial strength ladders.
- Delivers maximum safety from telescopic outriggers that adjust for uneven ground
- Helps prevent 20% of ladder related accidents with the Ground Cue audible alert system.
The new HyperLite SumoStance from Little Giant is safer, stronger, and lighter than any comparable ladder on the market. At the same time, it offers a no-quibble 5-year warranty against any manufacturing defect. TB Davies based in Cardiff is one of the first of Little Giant’s preferred global partners to make this available in Europe and is now accepting orders for the world’s safest ladder.
Lean, mean and Hi-Viz green
Little Giant’s exclusive nonconductive ‘Hi-Viz’ green rail has been scientifically proven to be the most visible hue of the colour spectrum to the human eye. Why should a ladder need to be ‘Hi-Viz’? Some of the most catastrophic falls are caused by people who walk or drive into an extension ladder in use. People die simply because the ladder was not visible. The propriety construction delivers maximum torsional strength and is lighter than most manufacturer’s lightest ordinary extension ladders.
SumoStance safety folding outriggers
The most common ladder accidents are caused by over-reaching, working on uneven surfaces, and stepping from the ladder to the roof and back. People have attempted to solve the levelling problem with rocks and boards and are left to improvise or do nothing.
The HyperLite™ SumoStance® is the only extension ladder in the world with Little Giant’s patented SumoStance levelling outrigger system, which more than doubles the ladder’s base width and increases side-tip stability. The SumoStance’s intuitive safety features help ensure a safe, stable set-up for any job on almost any surface and fold flat for easy transport and storage.
Reduces ladder accidents
Ground Cue is a bottom rung signal (sensory & audible) that trains the operator to feel and hear an audible alert reminding him or her it is safe to step off the ladder. According to a study published by the American Ladder Institute missing the bottom-rung causes almost twenty percent of all ladder-related falls. Combining the Ground Cue with the wide flat rungs and the lighter construction can help prevent injuries such as plantar fasciitis, spine-related problems, ankle sprains, and knee ligament tears.
To become a distributor or find your nearest stockist please visit www.www.tbdavies.co.uk or contact our sales team on 029 2132 0000.