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The AeroLadder is an American-made aluminum specialty aircraft maintenance ladder for mechanics to reach electrical equipment bays, pylon panels, wheel wells, and other hard-to-reach areas on aircraft like the Boeing 777 and McDonell Douglass MD-11, while protecting the surface of the plane.

The new ANSI-rated Type 1A AeroLadder is a free-standing ladder made of aerospace grade aluminum. AeroLadder comes in 6-, 8- and 10-foot sizes and includes heavy-duty, 5-inch wheels, reinforced heavy-duty gusseting on all steps for maximum stability, and cast aluminum as well as slip-resistant rubber feet. The specialized ladder also includes a tray for tools and parts and optional double aluminum handrails for added safety.

According to aircraft mechanics who’ve begun using AeroLadder, the new product easily accommodates not only the weight of a 250-pound. technician but also a worker hoisting a 70-pound battery for installation in an aircraft’s electrical equipment bay. Despite its sturdiness, mechanics can easily move the lightweight ladder from gate to gate or fold up its legs for storage.

AeroLadder will withstand year-round outdoor storage and use regardless of the weather. Airlines and logistics company mechanics can quickly order and receive replacement parts.

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