Abru Aluminium Double Trade Extension Ladder (H)5.19M

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This extension ladder from Abru comes with non-slip feet for added stability whilst working. It's light 12.31kg aluminium construction is extremely durable as it can hold up to 150kg. It extends from it's storage height of 2.97m to a maximum height of 5.19m. The D Shape non-slip rungs have been designed for additional safety and comfort making it perfect for most painting and decorating tasks.

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Technical specification of Abru Aluminium Double Trade Extension Ladder (H)5.19M
Brand Abru
Construction material Aluminium
Height 2.97m
Maximum height 5.19m
Width 406mm
Depth 140mm
Weight 12.31kg
Maximum load 150kg
Tread count 20
Standard BS EN 131
Model 65030

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