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    Carbis Ladders available from Spacepac Industries

    Spacepac Industries

    Spacepac Industries  supply Carbis ladders, which provide an ideal solution to reaching areas that require frequent access and continual work at heights. Carbis ladders increase productivity by protecting workers loading and unloading bulk materials from trucks, trains, ships, and barges, as well as anyone moving to, from, on, or about, elevated structures, vehicles and equipment.  

    There are a range of Carbis ladders available:  

    Carbis Extra Heavy-Duty Shelf Ladders

    • 1-1/2" wide angle aluminium feet with rubber treads
    • 4" deep slip-resistant ribbed steps
    • Tool holes in top cap for added convenience
    • All part replaceable; ladders can be repaired
    • Each step braced front and back - 4 gussets and 16 rivets per step
    • Tapered for increased stability
    • Special padded top for use against tank side optional
    • Type 1A, 300lb. duty rating 
    Carbis Security Access Ladders
    • Locking device protects the ladder from unauthorised use
    • Opens to 12-1/2" wide when in use, and stores to only 2-1/2" wide in the closed, locked position
    • All aluminium construction facilitates use indoors or outdoors, without worry of corrosion
    • Available with top (TP) or bottom (BP) locking device   Carbis Tank Inspection Ladders
    • Designed for internal tank inspection and cleaning
    • Aluminium construction with replaceable 1-1/4" serrated runds
    • 12" wide (13-5/8" over shoes) to facilitate entry into tank cars through narrow access hatches
    • Swivel safety shoes standard
    • Type 1A, 300 lb duty rating  
    Carbis Folding Inspection Ladders
    • Designed for use in closed-in areas with extremely narrow access route; i.e., inside storage tanks, manholes, water treatment plants etc 
    • Folds to 5-1/4" for easy manoeuvrability
    • Constructed from marine grade alloy aluminium
    • Safety shoes standard
    • Type 1A, 300 lb duty rating

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