Abru 10 Tread Fibreglass Stepladder 2.34m

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Achieve all manner of tasks with this fibreglass stepladder, which is ideal for electrical work as it’s non-conductive and can withstand 30,000 volts. With a maximum height of 2.34m it's suitable for professional or domestic electrical work, is water resistant with non-slip rungs and supports 150kg.

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Features and benefits

  • Non conductive fibreglass which can withstand 30,000 volts
  • Integrated tool tray at the top
  • Non-slip feet

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Abru 10 Tread Fibreglass Stepladder 2.34m
Brand Abru
Construction material Fibreglass
Height 2.34m
Width 640mm
Depth 170mm
Weight 13.38kg
Tread count 10
Model 60410
Standard BS EN 131

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