Abru Aluminium Extension Ladder (H)3.3M

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This extension ladder from Abru comes with non-slip feet for added stability whilst working. It's 11.82kg aluminium construction is extremely durable as it can hold up to Compact and easy to store alternative to conventional ladders with a collapsed height of 780mm and a maximum extended height of 3m. The rungs have been designed for comfort whilst working making it perfect for most painting and decorating tasks. The safe automatic locking function means the rungs lock automatically when the ladder is extended.

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  • Features an easy-close function which enables ladder retraction in one action

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Technical specification of Abru Aluminium Extension Ladder (H)3.3M
Brand Abru
Construction material Aluminium
Height 780mm
Width 510mm
Depth 92mm
Weight 11.82kg
Extended length 3m
Standard BS EN 131
Tread count 10
Model 87004

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