MODEL : SL.6000 POSITIONABLE LADDERS
LEAN IT : Positionable Ladders simply lean against a wall, cabinet or bookcase and require no rail or roller mechanisms. These ladders can be stored remotely from where they are used (like in a closet somewhere) and are generally the least expensive option. Unlike the other systems that have a 10° standard angle of incline, the positionable ladders lean at 20°. The vertical extensions are backed with felt to prevent scratching.
SL.6000 TECHNICAL DRAWING DOWNLOADS :
Download : Positionable Ladder SL.6000 Brochure
SL.6000.KL : KLASSIK LADDERS WITH ROUND PROFILES
SL.6000.AK : AKZENT LADDERS WITH SQUARE PROFILES
MODEL : SL.6001 HOOK LADDERS
HOOK IT : Hook Ladders require a rail and are manually lifted and relocated along this rail. Designers will usually go for a hook ladder when there is more than one location where the ladder is needed in a project or when there is a need to move the ladder out of the way. Because of the geometry of the hook, these ladders will store vertically, up against your shelves or walls. One important consideration with hook ladders is weight. You need to make sure you are able to move your ladder on your own, especially if you are carrying it or storing it some distance from the primary rail. Hook ladders over 9-feet tall can be cumbersome to move
SL.6001 TECHNICAL DRAWING DOWNLOADS :
Download : Hook Ladder SL.6001 Brochure
SL.6001.KL : KLASSIK LADDERS WITH ROUND PROFILES
SL.6001.AK : AKZENT LADDERS WITH SQUARE PROFILES
MODEL : SL.6002 ROLLING LADDERS
Rolling Ladders require a rail. They have high-performance wheel fittings that roll smoothly along the rail to move the ladder. Sliding/Rolling Ladders can be divided into a number of models, based on their added features and functions:
STANDARD SLIDING or ROLLING LADDERS : Ladders with this fitting runs on a straight rail with the ladder remaining at a working angle of 10-degrees. These ladders do not stow vertically, and can not be removed from the rail once they are installed.
SL.6002 TECHNICAL DRAWING DOWNLOADS :
Download : Rolling/Sliding Ladder SL.6002 Brochure
SL.6002.KL : KLASSIK LADDERS WITH ROUND PROFILES
SL.6002.AK : AKZENT LADDERS WITH SQUARE PROFILES
MODEL : SL.6003 TELESCOPING LADDERS
If you have limited space and want to be able to stow your ladder out of the way, the telescoping fitting allows you push the ladder into a vertical position when not in use.
SL.6003 TECHNICAL DRAWING DOWNLOADS :
Download : Telescoping Ladder SL.6003 Brochure
SL.6003.KL : KLASSIK TELESCOPING LADDERS WITH ROUND PROFILES
SL.6003.AK : AKZENT LADDERS WITH SQUARE PROFILES
MODEL : SL.6004 VARIO LADDERS
Vario Ladders can roll around inside and outside corners when adjacent straight rails are connected by curved rails (minimum radius is 14 inches). We've helped specify plenty of these ladders in libraries, wine cellars, as well as large closets.
SL.6004 TECHNICAL DRAWING DOWNLOADS :
Download : Vario Ladder SL.6004 Brochure
SL.6004.KL : KLASSIK LADDERS WITH ROUND PROFILES
SL.6004.AK : AKZENT LADDERS WITH SQUARE PROFILES
MODEL : SL.6005 TELESCOPIC VARIO LADDERS
For the best of both worlds, MWE offers a Vario fitting that is also Telescopic, so it can be stowed vertically as well as turn the corner.
SL.6005 TECHNICAL DRAWING DOWNLOADS :
Download : Telescopic Vario Ladder SL.6005 Brochure
SL.6005.KL : KLASSIK LADDERS WITH ROUND PROFILES
SL.6005.AK : AKZENT LADDERS WITH SQUARE PROFILES
MODEL : SL.6006 TANGENS LADDERS
This model of rolling ladder has vertical side rail extensions, allowing access to higher spaces when the rail needs to be mounted at a lower height. Currently, Tangens cannot be telescopic and cannot be stowed vertically.
SL.6006 TECHNICAL DRAWING DOWNLOADS :
Download : Tangens Ladder SL.6006 Brochure
SL.6006.KL : KLASSIK LADDERS WITH ROUND PROFILES
SL.6006.AK : AKZENT LADDERS WITH SQUARE PROFILES
FITTINGS FOR BESPOKE WOODEN LADDERS
Perhaps stainless steel is not the way you want to go. You can also consider using an existing wooden ladder you have in the barn or making one of your own and mortising MWE's rolling fitting into the top and run it on their rail. This is a great way to keep costs down and still take advantage of their smooth German-engineered running gear.