Sunset Ladder Catalog

Sunset Ladder Catalog
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CATALOG CONTENTS
Page 2 . . . . . . . . . . . .Ladder Safety Information
Page 3-10 . . . . . . . . . .Sunset Ladder Products
Page 11-12 . . . . . . . . .Wood Ladders
Page 13 . . . . . . . . . . .Ladder Accesories
Page 8-16 . . . . . . . . .Wing Enterprises “Little Giant Ladders”
Page 17-24 . . . . . . . . .Steel Scaffolding
Page 25 . . . . . . . . . . .Scaffold Safety Information
Page 25 . . . . . . . . . . .Sunset Aluminum Hook Decks
Page 26-35 . . . . . . . .Aluminum Scaffolding
Page 36-37 . . . . . . . .Advantage Kit Scaffolds
Page 38-39 . . . . . . . .Sunset Utility Scaffold
Page 40 . . . . . . . . . . .Aluminum Stages
Page 41 . . . . . . . . . . .Stage Handrails and Extension Planks
Page 42 . . . . . . . . . . .Sunset Aluminum Planks and Stages
Page 43-44 . . . . . . . .Stinson Planks and Ladder Jacks
Page 45-51 . . . . . . . .Steel Rolling Ladders and Access Ladders
Page 52-54 . . . . . . . .Safety Harnesses and Lanyards
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Concerning OSHA Requirements
5. Do not use in high winds or during a storm.
MEETS
OSHA
REQUIREMENTS
OSHA sets minimum national requirements for the use of ladders in business and
industry. In addition, many states have their own regulations under the
Occupational Safety and Health Act that may be even more stringent. The state
codes will supersede the national OSHA standards within their own state. Users
should check with their own state OSHA representative for the appropriate
requirements.
The adequacy of ladders and the work practices followed by employees using
them are regulated by OSHA in four sections: Portable Wood (1910.25), Portable
Metal (1910.26), Fixed Ladders (1910.27) and ladders used in Construction Industry
(1926.1053). These sections specify the standards to which all portable ladders
must be manufactured, care and placement of ladders in the workplace and the
safe use of ladders on the job.
Concerning ANSI Requirements
Depending on the material and type of ladder, different ANSI safety codes apply. The ANSI codes are as follows:
Wood Ladder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ANSI A14.1
Metal Ladder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ANSI A14.2
Fixed Ladder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ANSI A14.3
Fiberglass Ladder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ANSI A14.5
ANSI codes also have an established Duty Rating. This rating identifies which
portable Ladder is intended for the conditions under which the ladder can be
safely used. The Duty Rating system is as follows:
Type
Capable of
Supporting
TYPE 1A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .300 lbs.
TYPE 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .250 lbs.
TYPE II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .225 lbs.
TYPE lll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .200 lbs.
Rated Use
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Extra Heavy Duty Industrial
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Heavy Duty Industrial
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Medium Duty Commercial
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Light Duty Household
Extensive testing and design requirements determine the appropriate Duty Rating
for each ladder model. The rated load capacity includes the combined weight of
the user, clothing, tools and any materials on the ladder. The tests requirements
have been specified with a safety factor of four to ensure the ability of the ladder
to meet the Duty Rating. However, the ratings assume proper use of the ladder
(especially relating to the placement angle) in order to support the specified load.
General Ladder Safety
A ladder is a tool like any other. If it is used properly and according to safety
guidelines, it will give many years of trouble free service. However, if proper cautions are not taken, a ladder can be involved in an accident. Please read and follow all instructions and labels accompanying each ladder.
Two factors that deserve particular attention are proper ladder selection and
electrical shock precautions:
Pay close attention to the Duty Rating of the ladder and the combined weight of
the user and materials. Select a ladder with the proper capacity. Also, be sure to
select a ladder of proper height to reach the work area without overextending.
Be aware of wires, electrical devices and live electrical circuits. Metal ladders
conduct electricity and can create a danger of electrocution. Failure to read and
follow instructions regarding electrical safety could result in serious personal
injury or death.
Inspection Before Each Use
1. Inspect upon receipt and before each use. Never climb a damaged,
bent or broken ladder all working parts must be in good working order.
2. Make sure all rivets and joints, nuts and bolts are tight; feet, steps and
rungs are secure; spreaders and pail shelf function properly (on step
ladders); and rung locks, rope and pulley are in good condition (on
extension ladders).
3. Keep ladder clean, free from grease, oil, mud, snow, wet paint and other
slippery material. Keep your shoes clean. Leather soles should not be used.
4. Never make temporary repairs of damaged or missing parts.
5. Destroy ladder if damaged, worn or if exposed to fire or chemical corrosion.
General Precautions Before Each Use
1. Read the instructions printed on the ladder and follow them. Ladders
are designed for one person. Exceptions are Double Front Step Ladders,
which may be used by two people, one on each side. Duty Ratings still
apply for each side and should be carefully observed.
2. Never leave a ladder set up and unattended. Special care should be
taken to keep children away from all ladders.
3. If you anticipate the use of chemicals or other possibly corrosive
materials, the ladder manufacturer should be consulted before use.
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4. If you are in poor health, subject to fainting spells, have physical
handicap that would impair your climbing ability, or if you are under the
influence of any drugs or alcohol (including legal drugs that may cause
drowsiness). you should not use a ladder.
6. Stay focused on safety whenever you are on the ladder, and keep your
body weight between the rails.
Proper Care & Storage of Ladders
1. Store ladders in a safe, dry place.
2. Hang ladders on racks, at intervals of 6 feet for support.
3. Properly secure and support ladders while in transit.
4. Keep ladders clean and free of foreign materials.
5. Never store materials on ladders.
Step Ladders - Proper Set Up
1. DANGER! Metal Conducts Electricity! Do not let ladders of any material
come in contact with live electrical wires.
2. Make sure ladder is fully open, spreaders secure, and pail shelf in position.
3. Place on firm level surface with a secure footing. Do not use on slippery
surfaces. Do not place on boxes, unstable bases or scaffolds to gain
additional height.. Do not place in front of door opening toward ladder.
Proper Climbing & Use
1. Face ladder when climbing up or down, keep body centered between
side rails.
2. Maintain a firm grip. Use both hands in climbing.
3. Never climb a ladder from the side unless ladder is secure against side
wise motion, or climb from one ladder to another.
4. No not over reach, move ladder when needed.
5. Do not “walk” or “jog” ladder when standing on it.
6. Do not stand climb or sit on ladder top, pail shelf, braces, or back section.
7. Do not overload, ladders are meant for one person. Do not use as a
brace, platform or plank.
8. Keep ladder close to work, avoid pushing or pulling off the side of ladders.
Extension Ladders - Proper Set Up
1. DANGER! Metal Conducts Electricity! Do not let ladders of any material
come in contact with live electrical wires.
2. Secure base when raising extension and never set up ladder when it is
extended.
3. Set single or extension ladder at proper 75-1/2 degree angle by bracing
ladder base a distance of 1/4 total working length of ladder away from
base of vertical support. If distance is less that 3 ft. place base of
ladder a minimum of 3 ft. from vertical support.
4. Set ladder on firm ground. Do not lean sideways. Do not use on ice or snow
or slippery or slippery surface without non-skid device or securing feet.
5. Erect ladder with minimum 3 ft. extending above roof line or working
surface, the top at support points.
6. Extend top section only from ground, never by “bouncing” or from the roof.
7. So not overextend - maintain maximum required overlap of sections
as follows:
Ladder size up to and including 32’ - 3’ overlap
Ladder size over 32’ up to and including 36’ - 4’ overlap
Ladder size over 36’ up to and including 48’ - 5’ overlap
Ladder size over 48’’ - 6’ overlap
8. Place on a firm surface and secure footing. Do not use on slippery surfaces.
Do not place on boxes, unstable bases or scaffolds to gain additional height.
9. Do not place in front of door opening toward ladder.
10. Where possible, use second person to hold ladder.
Proper Climbing & Use
1. Securely engage ladder rung locks before climbing. Check that top and
bottom ends of ladder rails are firmly supported.
2. Face ladder when climbing up or down; keep body centered between rails.
3. Maintain a firm grip. Use both hands in climbing.
4. Never climb a ladder from the side unless ladder is secured against side
wise motion, or climb from one ladder to another.
5. Do not stand closer the 3 ft. from the top. Never climb above the top support.
6. Do not use ladder in high winds.
7. Never use ladder as a platform, plank or hoist. Never use ladder as a scaffold.
8. Do not overload. Ladders are meant for one person.
9. Keep ladder close to work; avoid pushing or pulling off to the side of ladders.
10. Never drop or apply an impact load to ladder.
11. Do not “walk” or “shift” ladder when standing on it.
SUNSET TYPE 1 - 250 LB. DUTY RATED FIBERGLASS STEPLADDERS
“The Mesa”
• Yellow Plastic Top With Tool Tray
• Yellow Full Channel Side Rails
• All Steel Rivet Construction
• Heavy Duty Steel Braces
• Gold Toned Steel Hardware
• Heavy Duty Steel External Spreaders
SUNSET LADDER
SUNSET
F100 SERIES
MODEL SIZE
STEP
SIZE
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WIDTH
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PRICE
F104
4’
3”
161/ 2”
231/ 4”
11.5
$114.00
F105
5’
3”
18 ”
301/ 4”
14
131.50
F106
6’
3”
19 3 / 4”
36 ”
17.5
142.50
F108
8’
3”
223/ 4”
483/ 4”
23
188.50
REQUIREMENTS
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Since 1929
• Metal Top With Tool Tray
• Yellow Full Channel Side Rails
• All Steel Rivet Construction
• Heavy Duty Steel Braces
• Gold Toned Steel Hardware
• Heavy Duty Steel External Spreaders
SIZE
FY104
4’
STEP
SIZE
3”
BOTTOM
WIDTH
APPROX
SPREAD
16 1/ 2 ”
231/ 4”
APPROX
WEIGHT
12.5
LIST
PRICE
$120.00
FY105
5’
3”
18 ”
301/ 4”
FY106
6’
3”
19 3/ 4”
36”
18
148.50
FY108
8’
3”
29 3/ 4”
483/ 4”
24
194.50
MEETS
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FY100 SERIES
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“The Tempe”
LADDER CO.
Since 1929
• Massive Steel Top Plates
• Yellow Side Rails
• All Steel Rivet Construction
• Heavy Duty Steel Braces
• Gold Toned Steel Hardware
• Heavy Duty Steel Spreaders
“The Biltmore”
SUNSET
FD100 SERIES
DOUBLE STEP
MODEL
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SIZE
STEP
SIZE
BOTTOM
WIDTH
APPROX
SPREAD
APPROX
WEIGHT
LIST
PRICE
FD104
4’
3”
191/ 2”
37”
19
$186.50
FD105
5’
3”
221/ 2”
441/ 2”
20
212.00
FD106
6’
3”
23 ”
51”
25
240.00
FD108
8’
3”
251/ 2 ”
65”
35
330.00
FD110
10’
3”
28 ”
78”
42
400.00
FD112
12’
3”
31”
90”
54
488.00
Since 1929
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SUNSET TYPE 1A -300 LB. DUTY RATED FIBERGLASS STEPLADDERS
“The Phoenix”
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SUNSET LADDE
SUNSET
F1A SERIES
Molded Top Cap With Tool Tray
Orange Side Rails
All Steel Rivet Construction
Heavy Duty Steel Braces
Gold Toned Steel Hardware
Heavy Duty Interior Spreaders
Molded Slip On Boots Prevent Rails From Splitting
MODEL
SIZE
F1A03
3’
STEP
SIZE
BOTTOM
WIDTH
APPROX
SPREAD
APPROX
WEIGHT
LIST
PRICE
3”
153/ 4”
18 ”
12.5
$120.00
F1A04
4’
3”
171/ 4 ”
24”
14.5
130.00
F1A05
5’
3”
18 1/ 2 ”
30 ”
18
148.00
F1A06
6’
3”
20 ”
37 ”
19
168.50
3”
211/ 2 ”
44”
22
198.00
224.00
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7’
F1A08
8’
3”
231/ 4 ”
49 ”
25
F1A10
10’
3”
26 ”
621/ 2 ”
34
345.00
F1A12
12’
3”
291/ 4 ”
77 ”
46
425.00
LADDER CO.
Since 1929
• Metal Top Cap With Tool Tray
• Yellow Side Rails
• All Steel Rivet Construction
• Heavy Duty Steel Braces
• Gold Toned Steel Hardware
• Heavy Duty Interior Spreaders
STEP
SIZE
BOTTOM
WIDTH
FY1A03
3’
3”
153/ 4”
FY1A04
4’
3”
171/ 4”
FY1A05
5’
3”
FY1A06
6’
FY1A07
7’
APPROX
SPREAD
LIST
PRICE
18”
14
$122.00
24”
16
130.00
18 1/ 2”
30”
20
148.00
3”
20 ”
37”
22
168.50
3”
213/ 4”
44”
25
198.00
49”
29
224.00
FY1A08
8’
3”
231/ 4”
FY1A10
10’
3”
26 ”
621/ 2 ”
35
345.00
3”
291/ 4”
77”
46
425.00
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REQUIREMENTS
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FY1A SERIES
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MODEL
“The Tucson”
LADDER CO.
FY1A12
12’
Since 1929
• Metal Top Cap With Tool Tray
• Yellow Side Rails
• All Steel Rivet Construction
• Heavy Duty Steel Braces Throughout
• Gold Toned Steel Hardware
• Heavy Duty Interior Spreaders
“The Flagstaff”
SUNSET
FY1AFB SERIES
STEP
SIZE
BOTTOM
WIDTH
FY1A03FB 3’
3”
153/ 4”
18”
16
$140.00
FY1A04FB 4’
3”
171/ 4 ”
24 ”
19
155.00
FY1A05FB 5’
3”
18 1/ 2 ”
30 ”
24
180.00
FY1A06FB 6’
3”
20 ”
37 ”
28
205.00
MODEL
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LADDER CO.
Since 1929
SIZE
APPROX
SPREAD
APPROX
WEIGHT
LIST
PRICE
FY1A07FB 7’
3”
22”
34”
32
248.00
FY1A08FB 8’
3”
231/ 4 ”
49 ”
37
274.00
3”
26 ”
621/ 2 ”
48
380.00
3”
291/ 4 ”
77 ”
61
469.00
FY1A10FB 10’
FY1A12FB 12’
SUNSET TYPE 1AA -375 LB. DUTY RATED FIBERGLASS STEPLADDERS
• Metal Top Cap With Tool Tray
• Yellow Side Rails
• All Steel Rivet Construction
• Heavy Duty Steel Braces Throughout
• Gold Toned Steel Hardware
• Heavy Duty Interior Spreaders
• Reinforced Rail Shields
“The Flagstaff - EHD”
SUNSET
FY1AAFB SERIES
MEETS
OSHA
REQUIREMENTS
STEP
SIZE
BOTTOM
WIDTH
APPROX
SPREAD
APPROX
WEIGHT
LIST
PRICE
3”
153/ 4”
18”
18
$140.00
FY1AA04FB 4’
3”
171/ 4 ”
24 ”
20
155.00
FY1AA05FB 5’
3”
18 1/ 2 ”
30 ”
25
180.00
FY1AA06FB 6’
3”
20 ”
37 ”
27
205.00
FY1AA07FB 7’
3”
22”
34”
30
248.00
FY1AA08FB 8’
3”
231/ 4 ”
49 ”
33.5
274.00
FY1AA10FB 10’
3”
261/ 2”
63”
39.5
FY1AA12FB 12’
3”
293/ 4”
771/ 2”
52
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LADDER CO.
Since 1929
SUNSET TYPE 1AA- 375 LB. DUTY RATED FIBERGLASS DOUBLE STEP
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Massive Steel Top Plates
Orange Side Rails
All Steel Rivet Construction
Heavy Duty Steel Braces
Gold Toned Steel Hardware
Heavy Duty Steel Interior Spreaders
Spreader Brace Backup Plate
Reinforced Rail Shields
MODEL
SIZE
STEP
SIZE
FD1AA03
3’
3”
FD1AA04* 4’
BOTTOM
WIDTH
“The SCOTTSDALE - EHD”
SUNSET
FD1AA SERIES
DOUBLE STEP
APPROX
SPREAD
APPROX
WEIGHT
LIST
PRICE
153/ 4”
23”
18
$195.0
3”
171/ 4”
30”
22
208.00
FD1AA05* 5’
3”
18 3/ 4”
373/ 4”
26
247.00
FD1AA06* 6’
3”
20 ”
441/ 2”
30
285.00
FD1AA07
7’
3”
211/ 2 ”
441/ 2 ”
34
FD1AA08* 8’
3”
23 ”
581/ 2”
38
71”
48
488.00
86”
62
587.00
MEETS
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REQUIREMENTS
3”
29 ”
FD1AA14
14’
3”
32 ”
FD1AA16
16’
3”
35 ”
*Center Pull Spreaders
104”
1061/ 4”
85
797.00
100
917.00
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FD1AA12
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FD1AA10
261/ 4”
340.00
LADDER CO.
Since 1929
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SUNSET TYPE 1A- 300 LB. DUTY RATED FIBERGLASS DOUBLE STEP
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•
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“The SCOTTSDALE”
SUNSET
FD1A SERIES
DOUBLE STEP
Massive Steel Top Plates
Orange Side Rails
All Steel Rivet Construction
Heavy Duty Steel Braces
Gold Toned Steel Hardware
Heavy Duty Steel Interior Spreaders
Spreader Brace Backup Plate
MODEL
SIZE
STEP
SIZE
BOTTOM
WIDTH
APPROX
SPREAD
APPROX
WEIGHT
LIST
PRICE
FD1A03
3’
3”
153/ 4”
23”
16.5
$195.00
FD1A04* 4’
3”
171/ 4”
30”
20.5
208.00
FD1A05* 5’
3”
18 3/ 4”
373/ 4”
21.5
247.00
26
285.00
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FD1A06* 6’
3”
20 ”
441/ 2”
FD1A07
7’
3”
211/ 2 ”
441/ 2 ”
30.5
FD1A08* 8’
3”
23 ”
581/ 2”
37.5
384.00
FD1A10
10’
3”
261/ 4”
71”
47
488.00
FD1A12
12’
3”
29 ”
86”
56.5
587.00
LADDER CO.
Since 1929
Special Order Type IAA 375 lb.
FULLY BRACED Model FD1AFB
Available at Additional Cost.
FD1A14
14’
3”
32 ”
104”
FD1A16
16’
3”
35 ”
1061/ 4”
81
797.00
97.5
917.00
*Center Pull Spreaders
SUNSET FIBERGLASS PLATFORM LADDER
SUNSET
FIBERGLASS
SHELF LADDERS
“The Prescott”
SUNSET
FP1A SERIES
SHELF LADDER FEATURES
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Slip Resistant Feet
REQUIREMENTS
LADDER CO.
Since 1929
Rubber Bumper
FEATURES
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MEETS
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REQUIREMENTS
MODEL
SIZE
APPROX
WEIGHT
4’
8
$111.00
FSH1A05
5’
9
133.00
FSH1A06
6’
11.5
146.50
FSH1A10
FSH1A12
FSH1A14
8’
10’
12’
14’
14
17.5
21
24.5
Heavy Gusset Bracing
PRICE
FSH1A04
FSH1A08
Slip Resistant Platform
Full Channel Fiberglass Rail
Double-Rivet Step Construction
Top Rail Guard
MODEL
SIZE
STEP
SIZE
BOTTOM
WIDTH
APPROX
SPREAD
APPROX
WEIGHT
FP1A03
3’
3”
22- 3/4”
38”
17.5
$115.00
FP1A04
4’
3”
22- 1/4”
44”
20
145.00
FP1A05
5’
3”
25- 3/4”
50”
24.5
190.00
FP1A06
6’
3”
27- 1/4”
56”
31.5
239.00
39.5
195.00
253.00
300.00
342.00
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LIST
PRICE
FP1A08
8’
3”
30- 1/4
”
68”
FP1A10
10’
3”
33- 1/4”
80”
50
FP1A12
12’
3”
36- 1/4”
92”
59.5
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SUNSET TYPE 1-250 LB. DUTY RATED ALUMINUM DOUBLE STEP
“The Kingman”
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SUNSET
AD1 SERIES
DOUBLESTEP
MEETS
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Massive Steel Top Plates
Unique Side Rail Design
All Steel Rivet Construction
Heavy Duty Steel Braces
Gold Toned Steel Hardware
Heavy Duty Steel Interior Spreaders
MODEL
SIZE
STEP
SIZE
AD102
2’
3”
AD103
3’
BOTTOM
WIDTH
APPROX
SPREAD
APPROX
WEIGHT
LIST
PRICE
161/ 2”
23”
11
$109.00
3”
18 ”
30”
17
155.00
AD104
4’
3”
191/ 2”
37”
19
170.00
AD105
5’
3”
211/ 2”
441/ 2”
21
200.00
AD106
6’
3”
23 ”
51”
24
220.00
65”
30
308.00
78”
38
410.00
AD108
8’
3”
251/ 2”
AD110
10’
3”
281/ 2”
LADDER CO.
Since 1929
SUNSET TYPE 1A- 300 LB. DUTY RATED ALUMINUM DOUBLE STEP
“The Winslow”
Massive Steel Top Plates
Unique Side Rail Design
All Steel Rivet Construction
Heavy Duty Steel Braces
Gold Toned Steel Hardware
Heavy Duty Steel Interior Spreaders
BOTTOM
WIDTH
SIZE
AD1A03
3’
3”
18 ”
AD1A04*
4’
3”
19 3/ 4”
APPROX
SPREAD
APPROX
WEIGHT
LIST
PRICE
30”
16
$170.00
37”
22
195.00
441/ 2”
AD1A05*
5’
3”
211/ 4”
25
230.00
AD1A06*
6’
3”
221/ 4”
511/ 2”
29
274.00
AD1A07*
7’
3”
241/ 4”
591/ 2”
32
330.00
AD1A08*
8’
3”
251/ 2”
651/ 2”
36
378.00
AD1A10
10 ’
3”
281/ 2”
78”
47
488.00
12 ’
3”
311/ 2”
93”
61
612.00
1041/ 4”
70
745.00
116 1/ 2”
80
930.00
AD1A14
14’
3”
341/ 2”
AD1A16
16 ’
3”
371/ 2”
*Center Pull Spreader
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SUNSET TYPE 1-250 LB. DUTY RATED ALUMINUM STEPLADDERS
SUNSET
ALUMINUM
SAWHORSE
“The Yuma”
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SUNSET
AS100 SERIES
MEETS
OSHA
REQUIREMENTS
Molded Top Cap With Tool Tray
Unique Side Rail Design
All Steel Rivet Construction
Heavy Duty Steel Braces
Gold Toned Steel Hardware
Heavy Duty Steel Interior Spreaders
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FEATURES
•
Heavy Duty Aluminum Extrusion
MODEL
SIZE
STEP
SIZE
AS102
2’
3”
Solid Rivet Construction
Non-Slip Rubber Boot
Heavy-Duty Spreaders For Long
Trouble-Free Use
Folding Compact Design For
Easy Transportation
MODEL
SIZE
STEP
SIZE
BOTTOM
WIDTH
APPROX
SPREAD
APPROX
WEIGHT
SAS 24
24”
3”
33”
21”
10
LIST
PRICE
BOTTOM
WIDTH
161/ 2”
APPROX
SPREAD
APPROX
WEIGHT
LIST
PRICE
203/ 4”
7
155.00
170.00
$109.00
AS103
3’
3”
18 ”
26”
91/ 2
AS104
4’
3”
191/ 2”
30”
12
371/ 2”
AS105
5’
3”
211/ 2”
14
200.00
AS106
6’
3”
23 ”
43”
171/ 2
220.00
AS108
8’
3”
251/ 2”
571/ 2”
23
308.00
AS110
10’
3”
281/ 2”
681/ 2”
32
410.00
$115.00
3”
34”
25”
13
145.00
36”
3”
35”
29”
15
190.00
SAS 48
48”
3”
36”
36”
20
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OSHA
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LADDER CO.
Since 1929
SUNSET TYPE 1A- 300 LB. DUTY RATED ALUMINUM STEPLADDERS
“The Sedona”
Molded Top Cap With Tool Tray
Unique Side Rail Design
All Steel Rivet Construction
Heavy Duty Steel Braces
Gold Toned Steel Hardware
Heavy Duty Steel Interior Spreaders
SIZE
STEP
SIZE
BOTTOM
WIDTH
AS1A03
3’
3”
18 ”
AS1A04
4’
3”
19 3/ 4”
AS1A05
5’
3”
AS1A06
6’
AS1A07
AS1A08
APPROX
SPREAD
APPROX
WEIGHT
LIST
PRICE
26”
14
$170.00
30”
16
195.00
211/ 4”
36”
19
230.00
3”
223/ 4”
421/ 4”
22
274.00
7’
3”
241/ 4”
47”
25
330.00
8’
3”
253/ 4”
523/ 4”
28
378.00
SUNSET
AS1A SERIES
MEETS
10 ’
3”
281/ 2”
651/ 2”
36
488.00
AS1A12
12 ’
3”
311/ 2”
771/ 4”
46
612.00
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OSHA
REQUIREMENTS
SUNSET FIBERGLASS SINGLES & EXTENSION LADDERS
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EXTENDED
LENGTH
APPROX
WEIGHT
LIST
PRICE
MODEL
SIZE
FE1AA16
16’
13’
FE1AA20
20’
17’
46
375.00
FE1AA24
24’
21’
54
440.00
FE1AA28
28’
25’
61
515.00
FE1AA32
32’
29’
75
602.00
90
860.00
FE1A40*
38
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SERIES EXTENSION
$328.00
OPTIONAL COMBINATION
POLE GRIP & CABLE HOOK
A rigid plated “V” shaped pole grip
covered with rubber tread, combined
with cable hook assembly.
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Four Points to Each Side Rail to Allow for
Rung Replacement
• Durable Rail Shield and Shoe Bracket Protect
Rail From Damage
• Mar-resistant Molded End Caps
• Guides at Top of Base
• Rugged Gravity Spring Locks Operate
Smoothly
• Heavy Duty Metal Pulley with Rope
• Internal Guides on Bottom of Fly Section
Securely Interlock Rails
• Slip-resistant Round Serrated Rungs
• Interlocking Side Rails
• Steel Shoe with Slip-resistant Pad and Ice Pick
MEETS
OSHA
REQUIREMENTS
LADDER CO.
Since 1929
FE1A
FS1A
SERIES EXTENSION
SERIES SINGLE
TYPE 1A 300
TYPE 1A 300
• “D” Rung Construction
• Orange Side Rails
• Steel Swivel Shoes
• Heavy Duty Steel Braces
EXTENDED
LENGTH
APPROX
WEIGHT
• “D” Rung Construction
• Orange Side Rails
• Steel Swivel Shoes
• Heavy Duty Steel Braces
LIST
PRICE
MODEL
SIZE
FE1A16
16’
13’
35
$328.00
FE1A20
20’
17’
43
375.00
FE1A24
24’
21’
50
440.00
FE1A28
28’
25’
57
515.00
FE1A32
32’
29’
72
FE1A36*
36’
32’
FE1A40*
40’
35’
MODEL
SIZE
APPROX
WEIGHT
FS1A08
8’
22
$177.00
FS1A10
10’
25
214.50
FS1A12
12’
29
240.00
FS1A14
14’
33
270.00
602.00
FS1A16
16’
40
318.00
82
729.00
FS1A18
18’
44
365.00
90
860.00
FS1A20
20’
48
414.50
PRICE
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*Denotes 250 LB Type 1 Duty Rating
MEETS
MEETS
OSHA
OSHA
REQUIREMENTS
REQUIREMENTS
LADDER CO.
Since 1929
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SUNSET ALUMINUM SINGLES & EXTENSION LADDERS
ASL1A
AE200
SERIES SINGLE
SERIES EXTENSION
TYPE 1A 300
TYPE II 225
• Modified “I Beam” Construction
• “D” Shaped Rungs
• Swivel Safety Shoes
• Non-Marring End Caps
• Cast Double Rung Locks
• Rope & Pulley 20’ & Up
• Modified “I Beam” Construction
• “D” Shaped Rungs
• Swivel Safety Shoes
• Non-Marring End Caps
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OSHA
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REQUIREMENTS
LADDER CO.
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LADDER CO.
Since 1929
MODEL
LIST
APPROX
WEIGHT
HEIGHT
MODEL
SIZE
MAX WORKING
HEIGHT
LENGTH
APPROX
WEIGHT
LIST
PRICE
ASL1A08
8’
15
$328.00
AE216
16’
13’
26
ASL1A10
10’
171/ 2
375.00
AE220
20’
17’
30
375.00
ASL1A12
12’
221/ 2
440.00
AE224
24’
21’
35
440.00
ASL1A14
14’
28
AE228
28’
25’
50
ASL1A16
16’
33
AE232
32’
29’
58
ASL1A18
18’
39
AE236
36’
32’
73
ASL1A20
20’
45
AE240
40’
35’
78
AE100
AE1A
SERIES EXTENSION
SERIES EXTENSION
TYPE 1 250
TYPE 1A 300
• Modified “I Beam” Construction
• “D” Shaped Rungs
• Swivel Safety Shoes
• Non-Marring End Caps
• Cast Double Rung Locks
• Rope & Pulley 20’ & Up
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• Rope & Pulley 20’ & Up
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REQUIREMENTS
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LADDER CO.
Since 1929
MODEL
MAX WORKING
HEIGHT
LENGTH
APPROX
WEIGHT
AE116
16’
13’
26
AE120
20’
17’
30
AE124
AE128
10
SIZE
24’
28’
21’
25’
35
32’
29’
58
AE136
36’
32’
73
40’
35’
$328.00
375.00
440.00
MODEL
SIZE
MAX WORKING
HEIGHT
LENGTH
AE1A16
16’
13’
29
AE1A20
20’
17’
35
375.00
AE1A24
24’
21’
45
440.00
AE1A28
28’
25’
58
AE1A32
32’
29’
67
AE1A36
36’
32’
80
AE1A40
40’
35’
90
50
AE132
AE140
LIST
PRICE
APPROX
WEIGHT
78
LIST
PRICE
$328.00
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SUNSET TYPE 1-250 LB. DUTY RATED INDUSTRIAL WOOD LADDERS
SUNSET
W100 SERIES
MEETS
MODEL
SIZE
STEP
SIZE
APPROX
SPREAD
APPROX
WEIGHT
W103
3’
3 1/ 2”
W104
4’
3 1/ 2”
173/ 8”
23”
14
$109.00
187/ 8”
W105
5’
29”
17
155.00
3 1/ 2”
203/ 8”
35”
22
W106
170.00
6’
3 1/ 2”
217/ 8”
41”
26
200.00
W108
8’
3 1/ 2”
247/ 8”
54”
35
220.00
W110
10’
3 1/ 2”
27 7/ 8”
66”
44
308.00
12’
31/ 2”
307/ 8”
78”
58
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LIST
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W112
SUNSET TYPE 1A- 300 LB. DUTY RATED INDUSTRIAL WOOD LADDERS
SUNSET
W1A SERIES
MODEL
SIZE
STEP
SIZE
BOTTOM
WIDTH
APPROX
SPREAD
APPROX
WEIGHT
LIST
PRICE
W1A03
3’
3 1/ 2”
173/ 8”
23”
17
$170.00
187/ 8”
W1A04
4’
3 1/ 2”
29”
22
195.00
W1A05
5’
3 1/ 2”
203/ 8”
35”
24
230.00
W1A06
6’
3 1/ 2”
217/ 8”
41”
33
274.00
W1A08
8’
3 1/ 2”
247/ 8”
54”
44
330.00
W1A10
10’
3 1/ 2”
277/ 8”
66”
55
378.00
307/ 8”
78”
65
14’
31/ 2”
337/ 8”
90”
76
W1A16
16’
31/ 2”
367/ 8”
102”
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SUNSET TYPE 1-250 LB. DUTY RATED INDUSTRIAL WOOD LADDERS
SUNSET 5P
SERIES
MODEL
5P-3
SIZE
STEP
SIZE
3’
3”
BOTTOM
WIDTH
APPROX
SPREAD
APPROX
WEIGHT
LIST
PRICE
18 ”
291/ 2”
16
$109.00
351/ 2”
20
155.00
44”
24
170.00
5P-4
4’
3”
191/ 2”
5P-5
5’
3”
21”
521/ 2”
29
200.00
681/ 2”
40
220.00
308.00
6’
3”
5P-8
8’
3”
26”
10’
3”
5P-12
12’
3”
36”
5P-14
14’
3”
5P-16
16’
3”
51
64
371/ 2”
113”
85
39”
121”
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221/ 2”
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Since 1929
SUNSET TYPE 1A-300 LB.DUTY RATED WOOD EXTENSION TRESTLE LADDERS
SUNSET
WX1000 SERIES
MEETS
OSHA
MODEL
MAX
STEP
WX1008
8’
HEIGHT
EXT.
12’ 6”
APPROX
WEIGHT
65
LIST
PRICE
$328.00
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WX1010
10’
15’ 6”
85
375.00
WX1012
12’
19’ 6”
105
440.00
WX1014
14’
22’ 6”
125
WX1016
16’
26’ 6”
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ACCESSORIES
EXTRUDED RUBBER FEET
An extremely fine, step ladder, easily
installed. Non-marking. Furnished in
sets of four.
ROPE & PULLEY
All aluminum 1-1/4" pulley
with 5/16" non-rotting polypropylene
rope for all weather performance.
FOLDING STEEL
LADDER HOOK
Bolts to ends of extension and single
ladders. Folds inside ladder rails when
not in use. Approximately 6" opening. Two
hooks per set. Steel, 5 lbs. pr.
HEAVY DUTY SHOES 1-3/8"
For single and extension ladders
HEAVY DUTY SHOES 15/16"
For step ladders
RUNG LOCK
REPLACEMENT KIT
Pairs Only
SLIP-ON BOOTS
Heavy all rubber non-skid shoes.
COMBINATION POLE GRIP
& CABLE HOOK
A rigid plated "V" shaped pole grip covered
with rubber tread, combined with
cable hook assembly.
REPLACEMENT
PLASTIC FLIPPER KIT
QUICKCLICK ™
STABILIZER
EXTENSION SHOE
Reinforced neoprene. Ladder rail must
be shaped to fit. Furnished in pairs. 1" and
1-1/4" width. Specify width when ordering.
STEPLADDER TOP
STEPLADDER
SPREADER BRACES
MANUAL ADJUSTING LEVELLERS
Manually - operated ladder levellers can be
field mounted on most types of extension ladders.
Features include a safety guard and 11" adjustment.
STEP LADDER
SHOE KITS
LADMIT
Prevents ladder marks. Fits
most wood and aluminum ladders.
OPTIONAL SHELF FOR FIBERGLASS
AND ALUMINUM STEPLADDERS
EXTENSION AND SINGLE LADDER
SWIVEL SHOES
AUTOMATIC - ADJUSTING LEVELLER
(FIBERGLASS & ALUMINUM LADDERS ONLY)
Leveller keeps ladder stabilized in perpendicular
position on uneven terrain. Adjustable up to a
9" height differential.
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10301
10302
10303
14
25
30
39
250
SPECIFICATIONS
Stepladder Storage
height
height
Model
no.
Size
10109
10110
10121
15' 8'0" T0 15'0" 8'7"
17' 9'0" TO 17'0" 9'7"
21' 11'0" T0 21'0" 11'7"
Model
no.
66 lbs.
79 lbs.
103 lbs.
UL LISTED
OSHA/ANSI TYPE 1A ACCORDING
TO ANSI 14.2 SAFETY CODE
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®
WING
LITTLE GIANT ULTRA-LITE LADDERS
®
Little Giant® Ultra-Lite Fiberglass Type 1A Specifications
Model
Number
Descritption
Type 1A
Extension
Height
Stepladder
Height
Scaffolding
Height
Storage
Height
Weight
10717
10722
Model 17
Model 22
9'-15'
11'-19'
4'-7'
5'-9'
4'
5'
4'7"
5'7"
39.lbs.
47.lbs.
The Little Giant® Ultra-Lite ladder is a truly progressive ladder. The ladder is
the only ladder on the market that is made from a special resin that is nonconductive and allows the ladder to be lighter and stronger than conventional fiberglass material. The Little Giant® Ultra-Lite ladder is a type 1A
ladder that is rated at 300 lbs. The Ultra-Lite comes in 17-foot and 22foot models. This ladder will cover any job from changing a light bulb to
heavy-duty commercial use. The Little Giant® Ultra-Lite ladder has a
one-year warranty on workmanship and materials.
The all new solid hinge design on the Little
Giant® Ultra-lite ladder is revoluntary. The
design has evolved from five generations of
Little Giant® hinges. The continuation of
material makes it the most solid and
strongest hindge to date. This new design
makes it the safest
and most technically
advanced hinge on any
ladder in the market
today. Patents pending
Little Jumbo Two-Step
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Little Jumbo Three-Step Little Jumbo Four-Step
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SNAP-ON locking devices standard on all
SUNSET Rolling Tower scaffolding frames.
5’ x 5’
DOUBLE LADDER BOX
SLC55DB
5’ x 6’8’’
DOUBLE LADDER BOX
SCL568DB
5’ x 4’
DOUBLE LADDER BOX
SLD548DB
5’ x 40’’
DOUBLE LADDER BOX
SLC540DB
– ALL FRAMES AVAILABLE IN SINGLE LADDER STYLE FOR MASONS –
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PLASTER SCAFFOLD END FRAMES
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Description: 3’ x 10’8” Apartment
Weight: 57 lbs.
Description: 3’ x 6’8” Walk Thru
Weight: 36 lbs.
Description: 3’ x 5’ Walk Thru
Weight: 31 lbs.
Description: 3’ x 4’ Walk Thru
Weight: 27 lbs.
Description: 3’ x 4’ Ladder
Weight: 24 lbs.
Description: 3’ x 40” Ladder
Weight: 21 lbs.
Description: 3’ x 20” Ladder
Weight: 17 lbs.
ACC
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S OOR I R
E SI E S
SNAP-ON
CROSS BRACES
5 x 32
7 x 32
7x 4
10 x 32
10 x 4
Can be manufactured
to any size
SNAP-ON
GUARD RAILS
3’
5’
7’
10’
Can be manufactured
to any size
GUARD RAIL POST
STRADDLE BRACES
7 & 10’
GOOSERS
7 & 10’
10’ x 5’
7’ x 5’
Can be manufactured
to any size
COUPLING PIN
With 1/8’’ Collar
5’’ & 8’’ CASTERS
Swivel Lock
Brake Lock
COUPLING PIN
With 1’’ Collar
COUPLING PIN
No Collar
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S OOR I R
E SI E S
SIDE BRACKET
20,’’ 24,’’ 30’’
TUBULAR
SIDE BRACKET
20,’’ 21,’’ 23,’’ 24,’’
ROLLING TOWER
OUTRIGGER
SIDE BRACKET
20,’’ & 24’’
BASE PLATE
5’’ x 5’’
BASE PLATES
Extension Base Plate
18’’ & 24’’
SCREW-JACK
With Socket
18’’
SCREW-JACK
With Base Plate
12’’ & 18’’
SWIVEL SCREW JACK
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SWIVEL BASE PLATE
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ACCESSORIES
HALF RUNG
TOGGLE PIN
MORTAR BOARD STANDS
20’’ x 30’’
20’’ x 30’’ Double Chain
60’’ x 30’’
60’’ x 30’’ Double Chain
GRAVITY LOCK PIN
(Pig Tail)
SPRING RETAINER
SADDLE PIN
RIGHT ANGLE CLAMP
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SWIVEL CLAMP
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ACCESSORIES
TRUSSES
8’ & 12’ Straight Trusses
16’ & 22’ Trusses with Belly
Trusses can be manufactured
to your specifications
FOLDING TRESTLES
2’, 3’, 4’ & 6’
Folding Trestle
Extensions
2’ & 3’
ACCESS LADDER
STARTER BRACKET
ACCESS LADDER
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ACCESSORIES
JIFFY-JACK
DRYWALL CART
FLAT BACKS
Flat Back: 8 ’’ or 10’’ width
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Plywood and Aluminum decks for steel scaffolds available
for construction or general maintenance work. May be used
end to end in continuous lengths or as single units.
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MODEL AP 7500 SERIES
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NAIL LOCK
The plywood deck is notched
in the center for easy installation
around vertical post.
Heavy duty Hook Reinforcement
plates help withstand
abusive loads
Hook Lock Clamp...
Fits easily in place, makes
erection easier. Offsets hooks
allow in-line installation.
Heavy duty 1/2"
exterior grade
plywood deck
fastened with
special rivets.
Deck is easily
replaced.
Model
Duty Rating
Lbs.
per sq.ft.
Width
Length
Rail
Size
Approx.
Wt. Lbs.
AP7507
75
19”
7 ft.
4”
25
AP7508
50
19”
8 ft.
4”
28
AP7510
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19”
10 ft.
4”
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MODEL AA 7500 SERIES
All Aluminum decks for steel scaffolds are available for
construction or general maintenance work. May be used
end to end in continuous lengths or as single units.
Model
Duty Rating
Lbs.
per sq.ft.
Width
Length
Rail
Size
Approx.
Wt. Lbs.
AA7507
75
19-1/16”
7 ft.
2”
31
AA7508
50
19-1/16”
8 ft.
2”
35
AA7510
50
19-1/16”
10 ft.
2”
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Since 1929
SCAFFOLDING SAFETY RULES
As Recommended by
SCAFFOLDING AND SHORING INSTITUTE
(See Separate Shoring Safety Rules)
Following are some common sense rules designed to promote safety in the use of steel scaffolding. These rules are illustrative and suggestive only, and are intended to deal only with some of many practices and conditions encountered in the use of scaffolding. The rules
do not purport to be all-inclusive or to supplant or replace other additional safety and precautionary measures to cover usual or unusual
conditions. They are not intended to conflict with, or supersede, any state, local, or federal statute or regulation; reference to such specific provisions should be made by the user. (See Rule II.)
I. POST THESE SCAFFOLDING SAFETY RULES in a conspicuous place and be sure that all persons who erect, dismantle or use
scaffolding are aware of them.
II. FOLLOW ALL STATE, LOCAL AND FEDERAL CODES, ORDINANCES AND REGULATIONS pertaining to scaffolding.
III. INSPECT ALL EQUIPMENT BEFORE USING – Never use any equipment that is damaged or deteriorated in any way.
IV. KEEP ALL EQUIPMENT IN GOOD REPAIR.
V. INSPECT ERECTED SCAFFOLDS REGULARLY to be sure that they are maintained in safe condition.
VI. CONSULT YOUR SCAFFOLDING SUPPLIER WHEN IN DOUBT – scaffolding is his business. NEVER TAKE CHANCES.
A. PROVIDE ADEQUATE SILLS for scaffold post and use base
plates.
B. USE ADJUSTING SCREWS instead of blocking to adjust to
uneven grade conditions.
C. PLUMB AND LEVEL ALL SCAFFOLDS as the erection
proceeds. Do not force braces to fit - level the scaffold
until proper fit can be made easily.
D. FASTEN ALL BRACES SECURELY.
E. DO NOT CLIMB CROSS BRACES. An access(climbing)
ladder, access steps, frame designed to be climbed
or equivalent safe access to the scaffold shall be used.
F. ON WALL SCAFFOLDS PLACE AND MAINTAIN ANCHORS
securely between structure and scaffold at least every 30'
of length and 25' of height.
G. WHEN SCAFFOLDS ARE TO BE PARTIALLY OR FULLY
ENCLOSED, specific precautions must be taken to assure
frequency and adequacy of ties attaching the scaffolding
to the building due to increased load conditions resulting
from effects of wind and weather. The scaffolding
components to which the ties are attached must also be
checked for additional loads.
H. FREE STANDING SCAFFOLD TOWERS MUST BE
RE-STRAINED FROM TIPPING by guying or other means.
I. EQUIP ALL PLANKED OR STAGED AREAS with proper
guardrails, midrails and toeboards along all open sides
and ends of scaffold platforms.
J. POWER LINES NEAR SCAFFOLDS are dangerous - use
caution and consult the power service company for
advice.
K. DO NOT USE ladders or makeshift devices on top of
scaffolds to increase the height.
L. DO NOT OVERLOAD SCAFFOLDS.
M. PLANKING:
1. Use only lumber that is properly inspected and graded
as scaffold plank.
2. Planking shall have at least 12" of overlap and extend 6"
beyond center of support, or be cleated at both ends to
prevent sliding of supports.
3. Fabricated scaffold planks and platforms unless cleated
or restrained by hooks shall extend over their end
supports not less then 6" nor more than 12".
4. Secure plank to scaffold when necessary.
N. FOR ROLLING SCAFFOLD THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL
RULES APPLY:
1. DO NOT RIDE ROLLING SCAFFOLDS.
2. SECURE OR REMOVE ALL MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT
from platform before moving scaffold.
3. CASTER BRAKES MUST BE APPLIED at all times when
scaffolds are not being moved.
4. CASTERS WITH PLAIN STEMS shall be attached to the
panel or adjustment screw by pins or other suitable
means.
5. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO MOVE A ROLLING SCAFFOLD
WITHOUT SUFFICIENT HELP – watch out for holes in
floor and overhead obstructions.
6. DO NOT EXTEND ADJUSTING SCREWS ON ROLLING
SCAFFOLDS MORE THAN 12".
7. USE HORIZONTAL DIAGONAL BRACING near the
bottom and at 20' intervals measured from rolling
surface.
8. DO NOT USE BRACKETS ON ROLLING SCAFFOLDS
without consideration of overturning effect.
9. THE WORKING PLATFORM HEIGHT OF A ROLLING
SCAFFOLD must not exceed four times the smallest base
dimension unless guyed or otherwise stabilized.
O. For "PUTLOGS" and "TRUSSES" the following additional
rules apply:
1. DO NOT CANTILEVER OR EXTEND PUTLOGS /TRUSSES
as side brackets without thorough consideration for
loads to be applied.
2. PUTLOGS/TRUSSES SHOULD EXTEND AT LEAST 6"
beyond point of support.
3. PLACE PROPER BRACING BETWEEN PUTLOGS/TRUSSES
when the span of putlog/truss is more than 12".
P. ALL BRACKETS shall be seated correctly with side
brackets parallel to the frames and end brackets at 90
degrees to the frames. Brackets (except mobile brackets
designed to carry materials) are to be used as work
platforms only and shall not be used for storage of
material or equipment.
Q. ALL SCAFFOLDING ACCESSORIES shall be used and
installed in accordance with the manufacturers
recommended procedure. Accessories shall not be
altered in the field. Scaffolds, frames and their components,
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SLCUT06
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SLCUT06D
MODEL
UTILITY SCAFFOLD
WT.
SLCUT06
29" X 6' UTILITY SCAFFOLD COMPLETE
152
SLCUT06G
29" X 6' UTILITY SCAFF. COMP. W/GUARD RAIL
285
SLCUT06D
29" X 12' UTILITY SCAFF. COMP. W/G.R. & OUTRIGGERS
376
SLCUT12C
29" X 6' UTILITY SCAFFOLD COMPLETE
528
SLCUT15C
29" X 15' UTILITY SCAFFOLD COMPLETE
610
SLCUT18C
29" X 18' UTILITY SCAFFOLD COMPLETE
610
MODEL
INDIVIDUAL COMPONENT PARTS LIST
WT.
SLC72FR
72" TALL UTILITY ADD-ON FRAME
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SLC42FR
39" TALL UTILITY ADD-ON FRAME
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SLC6TR
6" UTILITY SCAFFOLD ARM BRACE
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SLCUTGR
6' UTILITY SCAFFOLD G. RAIL KIT
65
SLCUTWOR
WIDE UTILITY OUTRIGGER
25
SLCUTNOR
NARROW UTILITY OUTRIGGER
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SLC5
5" UTILITY SCAFFOLD CASTER
2.5
SLCPLT
6' UTILITY SCAFFOLD PLATFORM
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SUNSET UTILITY SCAFFOLD
MODEL
BI-FOLD MINI SCAFFOLDS
WT.
SLCMF4
4' TALL BI-FOLD SCAFFOLD W/2-PLANKS AND WORK TRAY
60
SLCMF6
6' TALL BI-FOLD SCAFFOLD W/3 PLANKS
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SUNSET - ALUMINIUM PLANKS & STAGES
ALUMINIM PLANKS, STAGES & MODULAR HANDRAIL/TOEBOARD SYSTEM
Sunset scaffold Planks and Stage Platforms are used with and without modulas toe
board and handrail systems or in conjunction with extension ladders and ladder jacks.
Stage platforms have multiple applications as swing stages, bridges and catwalks.
Raised Tread & Open
Pattern deck Design
provides slip-resistant
surface that reduces
buildup of solids and
liquids.
Interlocking handles
permit continuous endto-end positioning for
easier and extended
access.
Rail Ends handles - Full
Width End Rung Grips
provide for easy lifting
and carrying.
Rigid I-Beams Side
Rails provide best
strength, weight and
cost relationship.
Round Rung Cross
Braces on top and
bottom
Handles & Individual
Deck Strips designed for
easy replacement.
Important Design Fratures Make Sunset Aluminum Planks and Stage Systems
More Durable, Flexible and Productive for Reaching Work
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Modular Safety Handrail & Toeboard System is easy to install.
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Style
Load Capacity*
Widths
Length
1-Man System
250 Lbs.
12", 14", 20"
8 ft. - 24 ft.
2-Man System
500 Lbs.
12", 14", 20", 24",28"
8 ft. - 32 ft.
3-Man System
750 Lbs.
20", 24",28"
8 ft. - 32 ft.
*Load Capacity includes the weight of the person and his tools.
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Traction Tread (Standard Step)
Designed and manufactured to
provide the optimum in safety,
strength and appearance. Provides
greater non-slip protection than
diamond plate.
Diamond Plate (Optional Step)
Provides anti-slip protection
through use of raised diamond
shaped ribs on a fully closed step
surface.
Safety Grating (Optional Step)
Provides maximum non-skid protection in wet and/or dry conditions.
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ELK RIVER LANYARDS, BELTS, & HARNESSES
Lanyards
ZORBER Shock-absorbing
1/2" x 6' Rope Lanyard
13102
13102
27126
17150
Corobiner
Required.
Group A
13102
5/8" x 6' Nylon Rope
34406
(See Price List for Other Lengths.)
1" x 6' CP+ NoPacTM Shockabsorbing Web Lanyard, Polyester
27826
13102
All CP+ Lanyards come in
3', 4', 5', and 6' Lenghts.
13102
ConstructionPlus
TM
1" x 6" CP+ NoPacTM Shockabsorbing Web Lanyard, Polyester
27806
Loop
Harness
TM
One D-ring ConstructionPlus Harness Sliding D-ring at center of back,
Parachute-mating buckles on leg straps, Made of polyester.
Available Sizes: One Size
Part Number: 48103 (01809)
All Universal Series Full Body Harnesses include
these Standard features and benefits:
Features
1.
2.
3.
4.
1" x 6" CP+ NopacTM Shock
2- 13102
3/8" absorbing Twin-leg Web Lanyard,
Polyester
27836
Benefits
Sliding back D-ring
Full-strength chest strap
Seat strap
One size fits most workers
Allows 100% tie off ground to ground
Increases reliability and safety
Provides maximum support
Reduces inventory requirements
CSA Classifications
Full body harnesses shall be classified as follows:
Group A
Group D
Group E
Fall Arresting
13102
Controlled Descent
Confined Entry & Exit
Group L
Group P
Ladder Climbling
Worker Positioning
Dual Size (5/8" & 3/4")
Rope Grab
19250
3/8" Wire Rope Grab
(17150) Carabiner Required)
19400
Group A
Group L
Group A
TowerMate LE Harness
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Two D-ring TowerMate Harness
Sliding D-ring at center of back, Chest-high front D-ring.
Available Sizes: S-L, L-XL
Part Numbers: 56222 & 56224
NightHawkTM Roofer's Kit
NightHawkTM Roofer’s Kit contains NightHawkTM Harness,
50’ Hawkline Lifeline with Rope Grab and 2' ZORBER Shock-absorbing
lanyard, single use anchor with fasteners, packaged in a five- gallon bucket.
Available Sizes: One Size Fits Most
Part Number 05003
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