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Straight Ladders

Straight Ladders

Lean straight ladders against a supporting structure to access hard-to-reach places in tasks such as painting windows, fixing roofs, or climbing down into manholes. These fixed-height ladders are typically narrower and more rigid than extension or telescoping ladders, providing good stability and making them easier to maneuver in tight spaces.

General Purpose Aluminum

General Purpose Aluminum

These aluminum ladders are light enough to carry but strong enough for most everyday tasks. Made from corrosion-resistant aluminum, they are suitable for use in a range of environments.

Nonconductive Fiberglass

Nonconductive Fiberglass

Choose these nonconductive fiberglass ladders to help minimize the risk of electrical shock when working around energized circuits.

For Manholes

For Manholes

Narrow manhole ladders are easier to lower through small openings than standard straight ladders. The rungs have a slip-resistant surface that helps prevent feet from slipping off the ladder in wet or damp environments. The top portion of the side rails are covered with removable plastic sleeves to protect them from damage when braced against hard manhole surfaces, and a combination rail shield and shoe protects the bottom of the rails from damage. Hooped end caps aid in lifting the ladder out of the manhole.