The Rollgliss Synthetic Rescue Ladder system from DBI/SALA is a lightweight yet secure rollout ladder for work at heights and confined space rescue work. In the event that other pieces of fall protection gear fail, this synthetic rope ladder can be easily secured and deployed for rapid rescue work or access. The ladder's steps are staggered and the rungs are reinforced, making ascent or descent of the ladder quick, easy and stress-free. Constructed from lightweight synthetic materials, the Rescue Ladder - available in 2.4m / 8 ft. lengths - is easy to transport and set up safely. Three connecting carabiners allow you to fix in positing quickly, or equally quickly combine ladders to for a longer reach. An optional anchorage plate (8516316) allows you to give the ladder rigidity across its width while it is anchored to a single point (manhole entry work, for example, can be facilitated by mounting the Rollgliss Ladder system to a davit arm or tripod when no traditional ladder system is available.) Ideal for a range of work sites, the Rollgliss Rescue Ladder is your backup plan in the event of any personal protective equipment (PPE) equipment failing. Easily deployed and versatile, the ladder requires minimal training.
- Minimum breaking strength: 3,100 lbs. (13.75kn)
- Construction: Polyester webbing/stitching
- Rungs: Plastic reinforced
- Carabiners: 11/16 in. (1.72cm) gate opening, 3,600 lb. (16kn) gate strength Weight: Ladder - 3.8 lbs. (1.7kg)
- Accessory plate - 1.4 lbs. (.63 kg)
- Length: 8 ft. (2.4m)
8516294: Rescue ladder, 8 ft. (2.4m) section, synthetic, with 3 connecting carabiners and carrying bag
- 4.00 LBS
- 12.00 (in)
- 10.00 (in)
- 17.00 (in)
- Calculated at Checkout
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I purchased two of this product for the sole reason of getting in to, and out of glass lined chemical reactor vessels. I have had the opportunity to use them on 5 different vessels, and have found them far better than any other rope ladder I have used in my 30 years of climbing in and out of man ways.
Set up is a quick, and simple process. Their light weight, and small carrying bag allows me to place 16' of ladder in my traveling tool kit, and jump on a plane without having to worry about what the customer has to make entry with. The rungs are stiff and allow for a sure footing, The accessory plate keeps it very stable. Overall a very good product.