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3 Section Extension Ladder (16 ft.- 20 ft.)

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3 Section Extension Ladder (16 ft.- 20 ft.)
Duo-Safety Ladders

The 912 Series of ladders were originally designed and produced for use by Forestry Departments on their brush pumpers. These ladders were designed to have the smallest closed length possible to fit in restricted ladder racks or internal storage compartments. These compact extension ladders require a minimum amount of banking space making them perfect for smaller engines, mini-pumpers or other smaller types of apparatus.

Due to the compact design, these ladders do not have a cable & pulley on the fly section to help extend the fly section. In order to extend the ladder, you must first extend the fly section by hand and then use the rope and pulley to fully extend the ladder. The Duo-Safety tongue & groove construction design produces a superior ladder that holds the sections firmly and rigidly without brackets, hooks or other obstructions.

• 750 lb. Duty Rated with a 4:1 safety factor
• 3 ¼” Channel Rail
• Prong feet are standard
• Rubber safety feet for an additional fee
       

Size

Closed LengthWidthBanking ThicknessWeight

16 ft.

86"

24"

8.125"

65 lbs

19 ft.-9 in.

100"

24"

8.125"

80 lbs

All dimensions listed are N.F.P.A. Design Verification Standards. Variations occur in each product of approximately +/- .125" due to the type of rivets, nuts, bolts etc. used. If you require precise dimensions, please Contact Us.

Shipping Note:
Ladders are one of the most interesting products we ship. The vast majority of ladders will ship via truck freight because of the size and/or weight. We try to use the best and least expensive carrier whenever possible, however carriers can vary by as much as $100 for an identical shipment. Because of this, it is not possible to provide a shipping price at check-out.

You may complete your order online, however there will be no shipping charges displayed at checkout. Please provide an accurate shipping address at check-out, and a First Out Rescue specialist will contact you to make delivery arrangements and give you the final cost for your order including freight charges.

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