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New Extension System for Ladders

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

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A new bracket extension system for ladders is designed for easy storage and transport from job-to-job.

The Ladder Morph is a two metal bracket system that attaches to two extension ladders to form an adjustable A-frame ladder.

Ladder Morph
Dino Vassilakos

The Ladder Morph is described as the "next step for ladders."

The product is a less costly option for contractors who would otherwise rent or purchase scaffolding or an A-frame ladder to reach high ceilings, according to inventor Dino Vassilakos.

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Made of galvanized steel and aluminum, the bracket system is designed within Occupational Safety and Health Administration guidelines, Vassilakos said in a promotional video.

It has also been engineered and field-tested for strength and safety, he said.

The product normally retails for $175 on the website. However, the Ladder Morph is available at a discounted rate of $150 until Thursday (Nov. 28).

More information: www.laddermorph.com.

   

Tagged categories: Access; Equipment manufacturers; Equipment rental; Ladders; Scaffolding

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