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Youngman Telescopic Ladder - 3.8m

Model : YTL38 (LYOLO-2129)

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Quick Overview

The Youngman Telescopic ladder is ideal for general purpose trade work and domestic DIY. Features include rung by rung height adjustment, automatically locking treads during extension, extra wide treads and compact design. Fits easily into a car boot or cupboard.

Downloadable Information

Youngman Telescopic Ladder User Manual (1 MB)Use and care instructions

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Specification

Model YTL38
Weight (Kg) 13.7100
Manufacturer Youngman
Warranty / Guarantee 2 Years
Material Aluminium
Class
Complies with EN131 (Max Load 150 kg)
Class Use Light Trade - for frequent use
Height Fully Extended (metres)
3.8 m
Closed / Section Height (metres)
0.85 m
Treads 13 Tread
Tread Dimensions 470 mm
Ladder Width 500 mm
Base Width (inc bars) 500 mm
More Specifications Head Spar - 470 mm
Max Load - 150 kg (23.6 stone)

Youngman Telescopic Ladder - 3.8m

The Youngman Telescopic ladder is ideal for general purpose trade work and domestic DIY. Features include rung by rung height adjustment, automatically locking treads during extension, extra wide treads and compact design. Fits easily into a car boot or cupboard.

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  • From Adam at 16/09/2013 13:06
    • How shallow a gradient can you use these ladders when propped up against a wall? Is there a certain gradient you shouldn't go past generally with step ladders? (I'm after some ladders that I can use outdoors but will overcome a canopy without touching it)
    • The ideal angle to use ladders is 70-75 degrees or 1 in 4.
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