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Having the right ladder for the job is crucial to your project’s success. If you are looking for a versatile ladder that will help you get the job done time after time, the Multi™ is the ladder for you. The Multi meets or exceeds all OSHA and ANSI standards, and is available in ANSI IA and IAA ratings. The IA ladder will hold up to 300 lbs., and in A-frame, will hold up to 300 lbs. on both sides. The IAA ladder holds up to 375 lbs., and when placed in A-frame, holds that much on both sides.
1. PALM BUTTONS
Move from storage to A-frame to extension ladder configurations by pushing in the ladder's palm button.
2. PATENTED RAPID LOCKS
Grip and twist the Rapid Lock, and then slide the rails of the ladder to the desired size. Twist the Rapid Lock once more to lock the ladder rails in place.
The Multi's sturdy, non-slip feet keep your ladder in place while you work. Complete your tasks with total confidence.
The Multi™ can be converted into a trestle-and-plank scaffolding system by removing the outer section of the ladder and using trestle brackets to connect the outer sections. By attaching a Plank between the two trestles, you can cover a larger workspace, helping you work faster. Trestle brackets and Plank sold separately.
|ANSI Duty Rating||Type IA - Extra Heavy Duty|
|Weight Capacity||300 lbs.|
|Product Weight||30 lb|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Storage Depth||8 in|
|Storage Width at Base||2 ft|
|Feet||Standard non-marring (riveted)|
|Spreader System||Hinge Lock|
|Tip & Glide Wheels™||No|
|Air Deck Ports||No|
|Stepladder Maximum Footprint||5.15 ft|
|Stepladder Max. Reach||11.33 ft|
|Extension Lock||Rapid Lock|
|Extension Min Reach||8.92 ft|
|Extension Minimum Working Length||8.92 ft|
|Extension Maximum Working Length||14.92 ft|
|Extension Max Reach||18.08 ft|
|Extension Total Length of Sections||17.17 ft|
|Ship length||4.67 ft|
|Ship Width||2.08 ft|
|Ship Height||8 in|
|Ship Weight||33.7 lb|
24 ladders in 1
Work safely, at height
24 ladders in 1
Work safely, at height
Size refers to the ANSI definition of length. ANSI states that the size is defined by the combined length of all rail sections, with a tolerance of +/-3” on each section. Note, this does not take into account any overlap between sliding sections like those on an extension or multi-purpose ladder. This can cause a disparity in the size of the ladder versus the actual height. To determine which ladder you need, Little Giant recommends you reference maximum reach height instead of size.
The terminology for ladder duty ratings, grades, and types can sometimes be confusing. The ladder's duty rating is the maximum safe load capacity of that ladder according to ANSI standards. There are 3 types of ratings that Little Giant offers:
Type I - Made to handle everyday projects. Has a load capacity of 250 lbs.
Type IA- Designed with durability and regular use in mind. Has a load capacity of 300 lbs.
Type IAA- Built for professional performance and rugged use. Has a load capacity of 375 lbs.
Ladder specifications can be confusing due to safety regulation requirements. According to ANSI (American National Standards Institute), the ladder size is defined as the total length of each section and does not account for overlap on extension ladders. As a result, the overlapping sections reduce the total length of the ladder. When purchasing any ladder customers should pay particular attention to the maximum reach to ensure the correct product for the job.
Little Giant Ladders offers replacement parts for products manufactured by Little Giant Ladders only. Please contact Customer Service at 1 (800) 453-1192 or shop online at https://www.littlegiantladders.com/pages/ladder-parts.
When ordering replacement parts, you will need to provide the Little Giant Ladder Model Number and Mark Number or a description of the part you need.
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