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Found an old but fully working ladder... any takers?
Can put your tools and materials on aswell. Good for working at height and tray work.
@Pete999 this looks like the sort of thing you would have had during your apprenticeship!
Hi guys does anyone own a 2 peice fibreglass extension ladder that’s not operated by a pully or rope? I’m struggling to find one and could do with a brand name I only want a little one to keep on top of the van
Been asked to install an extractor fan in a bathroom and am looking to go down the soffit vent route. Having looked on-line, there are quite a few to choose from. Does anyone have any recommendations based on past experience?
At the moment, my favourite is this:-
Lambro Under Eave...
Anyone come across one of these before?
It's in a flat so possible the Landlord may wish to keep out rafter-crawlers, but my customer needs new lights!
There's nothing I can see or feel inside the hole (other than a soft, spongy foam on one side) and I've resisted giving it an almighty pull for...
Well The Area I'm Working in Has been closed off due to a roof installation that's taking place. In the meantime my crew has been placed on loan for a couple of weeks on a cable pull. Using winches and rollers on the ladder, quite simple stuff really pulling 120mm 3 core's along a run of 200m...
For sale is my scaffold which consists of;
2 platforms with trap doors
1 base section
4 wheels (adjustable)
4 long outriggers
4 silver cross braces
9 red straight braces
2 seven foot ladder sections
2 three foot ladder sections
£850 o.n.o buyer collects ;)
I have owned this for 6...
Hi guys if you could help me out with this would be much appreciated,
its for a shop within a shopping centre and the client ( Decathlon! ) require a huge
supply which i have contested but they seem to think they need this size feed.
From a ryefield board to a 400amp switch fuse within the...
having a bit of a blonde day today.
so here's a brief summary of the situation...
nothing new installed recntly...
old lady said lights tripped and wont go back on....
arrived and she demonstrated a few times that the breaker just trips, which i explained really isn't...
Hello all looking for some books to improve my containment for example conduit ,tray, cable basket ,ladder rack , trunking step by step guides to do bends sets etc etc don't get to do alot of this work to be fair thanks alot
Hi guys going to be putting 2 times 95mm2 5 core onto a ladder system and was wondering where i can get pulleys from and wheels to mount above the ladder so when its pulled in its not in contact with the ladder system and then it can be placed onto the ladder once its all been ran in? Or what...
Not able to post any of these so prices based on collection.
Kewtech ACC50MTL (R2 Wander lead) £30
Kewtech pat testing adapter £10
Bosch DMF 10 Zoom £20
Sparky FK652 wall chaser 2100w 110v £100
Fluke 1652b £200
fluke t5-600 £45
9 step fibreglass ladder £30
3 step fibre glass ladder...
Brought From Midland Ladders last year, Barely used cost £126.00 New Below is description of laddders. Pick Up only after £70.00
Imagine a lightweight, professional 12ft (3.66m) roof ladder with all the features you would expect.... strong aluminium hook, comfortable oval shaped stiles, rubber...
just a question to see if anybody had drawings or plans off installations where there is cable tray and armoured cable to be installaed i am trying to find out about the industrial side off things have only ever worked on domestic and would like to see what the drawings look like...
What access gear do others use when working at height , and how high would you deem it safe to still work from a ladder ?
Also whats the worst case of daft and dangerous behaviour that you have come across by other people working at height .:38:
I have come across the need to fabricate a set in 450mm ladder cable tray, the incline is only about 200mm apart from the tip of both ends of the tray. the distance is about 830mm from tip to tip, now I know I need to cut both ends of the peice which I am going to install and the current tray...
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