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Zarges launches new heavy duty ladders

28 January 2014

The new Z600 SL heavy duty ladder range from Zarges is designed to cope with extreme use and intense situations; they have a maximum static load capacity of 250 kg (that’s 39 stone) which is 66% greater than the demands of EN 131 and 42% greater than the requirements of BS 2037 Class 1

The range is available as a stepladder, single ladder and double-sided stepladder and includes black anodised stiles to prevent users from getting mucky or dirty hands making them ideal for use in food factories, retail, engineering and cleaning.

Comfort and safety is ensured with the Z600 SL’s 60 mm deep, wide rungs that also include a slip-resistant serrated surface. At the bottom of each Z600 SL is an additional support strut providing optimum robustness; while the stepladders include tough steel hinges and high-strength perlon straps for preventing splay. The stepladder also comes with a handy tool tray.

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