Arrives between 11th - 18th July
£361.95Ex. VAT£434.34Inc. VAT
£434.34Inc. VAT£361.95Ex. VAT
|8+ units gets 15% off||£307.66Ex. VAT|
|5+ units gets 10% off||£325.76Ex. VAT|
|2+ units gets 5% off||£343.85Ex. VAT|
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Arrives between 11th - 18th July
Our mobile platform steps have been load tested in 2018 by a UK specialist lifting equipment testing and design company who are members of the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association. They were tested to a max. load of 225 KG evenly distributed on the platform applied using calibrated test weights. As far as we are aware, no other manufacturer tests to these vigorous standards.
Our mobile platform steps are British made from all-welded steel construction to industrial strength. They are a popular product for warehouses, industrial units and DIY stores. They can also be used for cleaning including for aircraft and lorries. They are available in a wide range of sizes and the treads use punched steel to increase grip and to allow water to drain through them. The kick plates meets government safety requirements for raised platforms.
When elevated access is required for any kind of maintenance, repair or other purpose, it is recommended that safety steps be used as secure alternatives to unsafe and unstable ladders. This product range provides elevation up to 14 feet, which equates to a working height of about 17 to 18 feet. The platform is built with a lever-controlled locking mechanism that provides stability while in use. For any job that requires employees to work at elevated heights, mobile platform steps provides a way to get the job done in the safest way possible.
This product is ideal for any location where work is regularly carried out at an elevation above 5 feet or so. Various models are available, ranging from five steps to 15 - each providing the ideal elevation for various types of requirements. Primarily designed to facilitate safe elevation for maintenance work, this versatile product can be used in a number of settings - from warehouses to industrial sites to factories to hotels to libraries to any other location.
The mobility of the unit makes it ideal to shift from one place to another, and the locking mechanism ensures that the unit does not move when someone is climbing it or working on it. This element of security presents an excellent working platform for the user. These steps can make an excellent alternative to performing jobs that step ladders may not quite reach, and provide the security similar to outdoor scaffolding. Tasks in large scale environments can be made easy with these platform steps, such as on aircrafts or large boats. Mobile platform steps can make it easy for anyone to access platforms out of reach or too high for traditional folding ladders.
Any safety supervisor working in any domain - be it industrial, commercial or private - will find this to be an essential tool to possess. It is ideal for maintenance staff, stockers, HVAC technicians, electricians and many other professionals. The robust design ensures safety of employees and, therefore, is a product that must be considered by health and safety officers in any organisation. Mobile platform steps can be used by anyone who wants a safe way to climb up to an access point for any reason.
The welded steel construction makes this a durable and safe product. Step options are available from 5 to 15 depending on the intended use and elevation requirement. The treads are available as punched metal or rubber for maximum traction while climbing. The top platform is barricaded for safety on three sides, and has kick-plates to prevent users from accidentally stepping off the platform. A hand-operated lever locks the steps into position when required. Our mobile platform steps have been rigorously tested for load-bearing capacity of up to 150kgs when weight is equally distributed on the treads and platform. It is manufactured in the UK and comes with a one-year parts and labour warranty.
Mobile platform steps are known to be much safer than ladders because the side rails enable one-hand access when climbing. Ladders can be quite unstable, and this is why one person is usually required at the bottom to hold it steady for the user in cases where a locking mechanism is not available to hold the ladder in place. Most people are under the impression that Neil Armstrong's 'small step' was actually a jump from the landing module's ladder to the moon's surface. However, the truth is that he stepped off the ladder onto the foot-pad of the ladder's leg; only then did he take what was really a 'small step' onto the surface of the moon, making history.
Warranty: 1 year parts / labour
Made in: Britain
|Platform Height (mm)||1143|
|Platform Length (mm)||585|
|Platform Width (mm)||610|
|Features||All Welded Steel Construction|
|Lead Time||10-15 days|
|EAN / GTIN||0723172215439|
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