Triple Extension Ladder Hire
BS 2037 Class 1 certified access equipment
These triple extension ladders offer you safe access for working at height. They are perfect for a range of jobs, such as cleaning, maintenance work, painting and decorating, inspection, installation, and more. These push up ladders are certified to BS 2037 Class 1 safety standards and are suitable for all types of trade work and DIY. These extension ladders are extremely sturdy and robust. They are made from the highest quality aluminium to offer reliability and longevity in all industries. Large D-shaped rungs offer extra strength and comfort underfoot. Each rung has anti-slip tread so that you can climb them with confidence. There are also moulded rubber stoppers at both ends, providing better grip on floors and walls.
Our 3 piece push up ladders are available in a range of sizes. You can browse all of the available options and select the size you need using the dropdown menu above. You can book a triple extension ladder hire using our online booking system, or you can call our hire team to book over the phone. You can then collect from your nearest branch at the start of the hire, or we can deliver to you.
We have a range of accessories available for hire alongside our ladders. You can add these to your order during checkout:
Ladder Stay - Attaches to the top rungs of the ladder and allows it to lean safely on to a wall or building without damaging gutters, sills and eaves during maintenance.
Ladder Safety Foot - A safety device placed on the ground at the base of the ladder. Ideal when working on solid flat surfaces, this simple non-slip foot holds the ladder firm for extra security.
Using A Triple Extension Ladder Safely
Plan all works before using a ladder and only use them for the purpose for which they are designed. A ladder should not have scaffold boards laid on its rungs. Only one person at a time should climb a ladder. It can be dangerous for a person to carry loose tools manually up or down a ladder as they may not be able to grip the stiles - this is one of the most common causes of overbalancing and falls. Light tools should only be carried in a holster attached to a belt, or in a tool bag. Other tools and materials should be raised or lowered on a rope. Whenever you are carrying a ladder, keep the front end above head height. Do not put the ladder on top of boxes, bricks, barrels, or any other unstable surface to gain extra height. Do not climb higher than the fourth rung from the top of any ladder. Do not use ladders on ice, snow, or other slippery surfaces. Appropriate clothing and safety equipment must be worn whilst using a ladder. Do not use a ladder on your own; always have the support of another person observing you.
Triple Section Extension Ladder Sizes
9 Rung (2.5m - 6m), Weight: 16.8kg
11 Rung (3m - 7.5m), Weight: 27.7kg
13 Rung (3.5m - 9m), Weight: 33.6kg
15 Rung (4m - 10m), Weight: 42.2kg
Ladder Class: BS 2037 Class 1 (certfied for heavy duty / industrial use). Duty rating: 130kg. Maximum static vertical load: 175kg.
Please note: This product description and detail is based on the model we have the most stock of. Alternative brands of equivalent specification may be supplied based on location and availability.