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Louisville Ladder 6'H Fiberglass Step Ladder (FS1506)

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Item #: 901-699010ORS
  Model #: 443-FS1506
Brand: Louisville Ladder
Louisville Ladder 6H Fiberglass Step Ladder (FS1506)
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Make it easier to reach high places with this Louisville Ladder fiberglass step ladder. Outfit your office for routine maintenance tasks with this step ladder. The fiberglass rail guards against corrosion, and the top has tool slots for easy access to wrenches and other items. This Louisville Ladder step ladder's heavy-duty structure makes it steady and long-lasting.
  • Non-conductive fiberglass step ladder for added safety
  • Overall open dimensions: 68.65"H x 22.76"W x 40.5"D, product weight is 21 lbs.
  • Double-rivet step construction, step depth is 3", supports up to 300 lbs.
  • The ladder is equipped with the innovative ProTop with multiple tool slots and magnets for household purposes
  • Meets or exceeds ANSI Type IA, CSA, and OSHA standards
  • Raptor boot with slip-resistant non-marring bonded tread ensures ladder stability
  • Inside spreader braces provide additional safety and stability
  • Features SHOX impact absorption system
  • Overall closed dimensions: 73.73"H x 22.76"W x 5.82"D
  • 90-day manufacturer limited warranty
Height (ft.) : 6 Number of Steps : 6 Step Stool & Ladder Capacity : Up To 300 Lbs. Step Stool & Ladder Type : Step Ladders
Color Family : Orange Depth in Inches : 3 Material : Steel Pack Qty : 1
Series or Collection : IA Class True Color : Orange and Metallic Width in Inches : 22.75 Weight (lbs.) : 21
Brand : Louisville Ladder Customizable : No
Weight : 159.12 lbs. per Each

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