Duo-Safety 900-A 2-Section Aluminum Extension Ladder

Duo-Safety 900-A 2-Section Aluminum Extension Ladder

Duo-Safety 900-A 2-Section Aluminum Extension Ladder Duo-Safety
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Duo-Safety 900-A 2-Section Aluminum Extension Ladder

$589.39 - $656.99
Product Code:
900-A

Product Size:
20'24'
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Solid Beam Aluminum Ladders incorporate Duo-Safety's exclusive tongue and groove arrangement.

These incorporate Duo-Safety's exclusive tongue and groove arrangement. This outstanding construction design holds the sections firmly and rigidly, without brackets, hooks, or obstructions of any kind. These compact ladders require a minimum of banking space - and have the extra advantage of being especially stable and rigid.

*Remember to always Inspect Before You Sign! - If the item is damaged refuse delivery.

Features/Specifications:
  • Available in 20' or 24' lengths
  • 3-1/4” Channel Rail
  • 750 lb Duty Rated
  • Prong feet standard
Size Closed Length Open Width Banking Dimensions Weight
20' 12' 2.75" 21.75" 5.375" 60 lbs
24' 14' 2.75" 21.75" 5.375" 72 lbs
All dimensions listed are NFPA Design Verification Standards.

*Please Note:

In addition to the normal shipping rates based on the retail price of the ladder, a special handling fee will also be added to your order. Due to the dimensional size of ladders, they must ship to you via a common LTL freight carrier/truck and this is the reason for additional handling fees. PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR DELIVERY CONTACT NAME AND PHONE NUMBER IN COMMENT SECTION DURING CHECKOUT. When your ladder arrives, please remove packaging and inspect very carefully to ensure you are receiving the correct item and that it is not damaged before you sign for the release. If you notice damage, do not accept the ladder and refuse delivery. Once you sign for the ladder you are verifying that you have received the correct item in good condition.

Special discounts may apply for high volume sales. Contact our Bids & Quotes department for more information.

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    what kind of aluminum is it? and where are the heat sensors located. what heights will the ladders reach with a 75 degree climbing angle?
    Asked on 10/19/2012 by mark from costa mesa

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