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Sectional Ladders

Sectional Ladders

Quickly assemble these sectional ladders on the job site to form a rigid, stable straight ladder in applications where it would be cumbersome to use a large one-piece ladder, such as in electrical, public utility, or cable and telephone service applications. The ladder sections lock into place when connected, and depending on the ladder, you can connect up to three or four sections to get the height you need. When the job is done, disassemble the sections for convenient carrying and compact storage.

Tapered Rails

Tapered Rails

Sectional ladders with tapered rails are wider at the base for good stability. They consist of a base section, a top section, and one or two middle sections. Since you can combine up to four sections, they offer more height than a sectional ladder with parallel rails.

Fiberglass

Parallel Rails

Parallel Rails

Ideal for tight spaces such as manholes, these sectional ladders have parallel rails and are the same width at the top and bottom of the ladder. Use one section as a standalone ladder, or combine up to three sections to get more height.

Fiberglass