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Ladder Anchors

April 10, 2007
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Level Rite LLC’s ladder safety tools are made of 6061 T6 aircraft aluminum and comply with the guidelines from OSHA, ANSI and NFPA. The Roof Anchor replaces fireman hooks, attaches easily with U-bolts to the top rungs and stores within the ladder’s profile. The Portable Tether/Ladder Roof Anchor serves as a fall arrest/fall restraint device on steep roofs. The new Ladder Ridge anchor secures a ladder on a roof ridge and facilitates the vertical ladder elevation at roof valley intersections. It can be used with the Clay Tile/Metal Roof accessory, which distributes weight to preserve metal or fragile roofing material. For more information, call 800-805-7672 or visit www.levelrite.net.

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