To accommodate size and access requirements, UPNOVR, Inc. offers ship ladders that are available in several different models. Our ship ladders feature an all-welded construction with bolts on handrails, which do not require any assembly.
When you purchase UPNOVR ship ladders for your specific needs, you can rest assured that you’re using a quality product that is designed to meet or, in many cases, exceed OSHA and ANSI A14.3 standards.
Ship Ladders Manufacturing:
UPNOVR ship ladders are manufactured with non-spark, high-strength materials to applicable ASTM standards, with standard mill finish. Our ship ladders’ treads are deep serrated material that ensure sure-footed climbing, and requires a minimum 500 pound loading capacity.
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Our Ship Ladders Include:
The U-501 Mezzanine Access Ship Ladder is designed to provide a more comfortable access method to roof or mezzanine areas when traditional vertical ladders are not appropriate.
The U-502 Hatch Access Ship Ladder is designed to install just below a roof curb to assure safe entry and exit.
The U-503 Crossover Platform Ship Ladder features a cross-over platform; designed to be used over utility piping, conduits, wires or other obstructions. Ladder angle is recommended at 60 degrees.
The U-504 Mezzanine Access Platform Ship Ladder features a platform connected to the top of the ladder. It is designed to offset the ladder from a wall or door and provide the user space for movement.
The U-505 Folding Mezzanine Access Ship Ladder features a sliding hinge at the top of the ladder. It is designed to push up against a wall or away from a higher-traffic walking area when not in use.
The U-506 Folding Hatch Access Ship Ladder features a sliding hinge at the top of the ladder. It is designed to push up against a wall or away from a higher-traffic walking area when not in use, and installs just below a hatch door to assure safe entry and exit.
The U-507 Swing Up Deck Access Ship Ladder features a pivot-hinge at the top of the ladder with counter-balance weighting. It is designed to swing upward and store in a horizontal position when not in use– allowing greater space utilization.