Abru 7 Tread Fibreglass Stepladder, 1.81m

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  • Holster top with specially designed tool and equipment holders
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Features and benefits

  • Non-conductive fibreglass stiles to 30,000 volts, suitable for working around electricity
  • High performance Holster Top, with specially designed paint, tool and equipment holders
  • Easy to operate internal H spreaders offer single handed operation and add to the strength and stability of the ladder
  • EDGE® moulded brace and foot pad combination provides enhanced bracing strength and increased protection against damage
  • Slip-resistant Traction-Tread steps

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Abru 7 Tread Fibreglass Stepladder, 1.81m
Brand Abru
Material Fibreglass
Height 1.81m
Width 545mm
Depth 150mm
Weight 9.3kg
Maximum load 150kg
Tread count 7
Model 14207
Standard EN 131
Weatherproof Water resistant

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