Compliant Extension Ladder Specifications

Type 1A Industrial Grade 300 pound duty rated – Heavy Duty:

  • Aluminum or Fiberglass

Ladder Length

  • 16’ to 40’ extension ladder

Free-Standing: Maximum Height 20’ on a 24’ extension ladder

*Topmost point of contact required for all extension ladders over 24′

 

Type 1AA Industrial Grade 375 pound duty rated – Extra Heavy Duty:

  • Aluminum or Fiberglass

Ladder Length

  • 28’, 30’ & 40’ extension ladder

*Topmost point of contact required for all extension ladders over 24’

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To achieve the greatest results and maximum safety with the Monkeyrack Ladder Stabilization System, read, understand, and follow all Installation Instructions and Manufacturer’s Recommendations in the Owner’s Manual.

The Monkeyrack Ladder Stabilization System is a safety product specifically designed to stabilize an extension ladder, thereby eliminating it from tipping, slipping, or falling. Monkeyrack Products does not claim that the Monkeyrack Ladder Stabilizer will increase the ladder’s strength.

IMPORTANT:
For the greatest level of fall protection, Monkeyrack Products LLC, as well as OSHA and ANSI Safety Professionals, recommend that Monkeyrack users utilize topmost points of contact, when available.  Although, it is recognized that there are numerous situations in which this is not a possible scenario, therefore the use of Monkeyrack Ladder Stabilization System’s freestanding height, up to 20’ on a 24’ aluminum or fiberglass, 300 lb. rated or stronger extension ladder, is a safe, viable option. Use of the Monkeyrack Ladder Stabilization System with a top-most point of contact, greatly exceeds current OSHA and ANSI regulatory compliance; providing up to 13 total points of contact.

Compliment the Monkeyrack’s Fall Protection Safety Initiative

Compliant Safety Accessories:

*These products are not required for use with the Monkeyrack Ladder Stabilization System.

*Not available for sale through Monkeyrack Products.

Use of a safety harness is recommended when working at or near the top of a ladder

Optional “Levelers” add even more stability