Abru Aluminium 12-Way Combination Ladder (H)3.6M
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This 12-in-1 combination ladder can be changed in to 12 positions in one portable package. Its light 14.3kg aluminium construction can hold up to 150kg. Its slip resistant feet provide stability whilst climbing. It extends from its storage height of 1.75m to a maximum height of 3.6m in 1 section with three rungs including slip resistant rungs for added safety whilst working, as well as an additional work platform. Can be used as a stepladder, stairwell ladder, extension ladder, level platform, stair platform, and in many other configurations.
- Guarantee - 1 year
- Fixings supplied
- Stabiliser bar - Stabiliser bar included
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