25 May 2007
Ladders from Fibreglass Grating Ltd are constructed from pultruded fibreglass sections, which weight for weight, are stronger than steel.
Ladders from Fibreglass Grating Ltd are constructed from pultruded fibreglass sections, which weight for weight, are stronger than steel. Because of the inherent chemical resistance of Fibreglass, our ladders are ideally suited for duty in corrosive environments, such as those found in the water, waste and chemical industries.
You can be sure that our equipment will still be safe and sound when traditional ladders are decaying. The food and electrical sectors can also benefit from using Fibreglass because it is hygienic, and is such an excellent insulator.
The ladder stringers are formed with an easy-to-grip channel, whilst the rungs have an anti-slip serrated surface. The rungs are both mechanically jointed, and epoxy-bonded to the upright channels for total safety, AND WE RIGOROUSLY CONTROL THE QUALITY OF WORKMANSHIP.
Water By Laws Scheme - Approved Product
Our ladders have been tested in accordance with BS6920, and are suitable for use in contact with potable (drinking) water.
You may want only the odd length, or you may require a complete access package, including fixing brackets and anchors, a safety cage, and either a permanent walk-trough top, or a retractable handhold, which provides a safe means of entering such restricted areas as manholes, for example.
The ladders and associated equipment are manufactured in dimensional accordance with both BS4211 (1987) and BS5395 part 3 (1985).
All the metal accessories and fastenings used with our Fibreglass Ladder products are formed in stainless steel.
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