Model # 7312S

Internet #203134328

Store SO SKU #785448

Werner 12 ft. Fiberglass Step Ladder with 375 lb. Load Capacity Type IAA Duty Rating
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Werner

12 ft. Fiberglass Step Ladder with 375 lb. Load Capacity Type IAA Duty Rating

$216.05 /each

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Product Overview

The 7312S Fiberglass 12 ft. Step Ladder has a duty rating of 375 lbs. and features heavy-duty aluminum HolsterTop. With a full set of horizontals and heavy-duty internal spreaders, these ladders are built for the long haul. The molded external rail shields and the EDGE bracing system help decrease damage to the rails. The slip-resistant TRACTION-TRED steps are single riveted and have extra wide knee braces. The GLAS*MARK Violator stripes increase the visibility of the ladder on the jobsite. Fiberglass rails are non-conductive for working near electricity.

  • Extra heavy-duty aluminum top to hold tools and parts
  • Sturdy pail shelf holds gallon paint can
  • Slip resistant steps
  • Edge bracing for rail protection

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Customer Questions & Answers

What is the difference between the 7310 and the 7310S

Asked by: Doug
The 7310S has a factory installed pail shelf on it. The 7310 does not come with a pail shelf but can be purchased separately.
Answered by: WERNERCustomerCare
Date published: 2016-12-30

How long is the ladder in the storage mode?

Asked by: Bortz
12 feet
Answered by: Houston
Date published: 2017-03-09

what is the difference between a 1A and a 1AA duty rating

what is the difference between a 1A and a 1AA duty rating
Asked by: trout
1A is 300 lbs. duty rating and 1AA is 375 lbs. duty rating.
Answered by: WERNERCustomerCare
Date published: 2017-02-20

Still do not understand if 7310s and 7310 is the same so why 7310 being sold almost $50 more

I would be thankful to know the difference between these 2 ladder
Asked by: Freddy
The 7310s is the same as the 7310, however this model is equipped with a shelf
Answered by: WERNERCustomerCare
Date published: 2016-11-30
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Customer Reviews

12 ft. Fiberglass Step Ladder with 375 lb. Load Capacity Type IAA Duty Rating is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect fir for my high ceilings. I can now reach those places that were before a danger zone and... Perfect fir for my high ceilings. I can now reach those places that were before a danger zone and I don't have to worry about my heavy weight because this ladder is a heavy weight. Excellent product!
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I needed a tall stable ladder to change light bulbs on a vaulted ceiling. Very stable and easily ... I needed a tall stable ladder to change light bulbs on a vaulted ceiling. Very stable and easily to move around. Easy to reach 15 feet.
Date published: 2017-03-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sturdy product. Just what we needed. Sturdy product. Just what we needed.
Date published: 2016-12-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good balance of cost and weight ... good balance of cost and weight
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Looked sturdy... Looked sturdy
Date published: 2017-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from For those not scared of heights... We got this ladder for installing ductwork in a drop ceiling space, but soon discovered it was also necessary for changing fluorescent lights in the high bay space. Make no mistake - this is one BIG ladder - it is 12' high and when open has a spread of about 7 feet. Storage worried me - was it worth buying for a one-time use when we could alternatively rent it? But the light bulb need changed my thinking. Who wants to run to the store to rent a big ladder for changing light bulbs? It is good having it available, despite its size and storage needs. It is also well built and sturdy... as you don't want a wobbly ladder when you are 12 feet off the ground and manuervering around obstacles. Maybe a load rating of 375 lbs is a bit of overkill - how many people weighing 375 lbs will be climbing up this ladder? But it is good to not have to worry about the load.
Date published: 2015-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rock-solid! Oh yeah! One can't go wrong with making this their #1 top choice for a very nice step ladder that will serve most folk well with an 8' interior ceiling. In the past I had purchased and still have in my possession the 10, 8 & 6 foot ladders of this superior weight class. It's truly mind boggling to me why one won't step-up to the top and purchase the heaviest rating of ladders. Of course it costs more, but have an accident with a cheaper, less beefy ladder... put yourself out of work... foot your medical bills - all while laying in bed... let alone the pain and suffering that rides parallel of having an unfortunate accident... and you will forever be laying there, staring up and the ceiling and wondering to yourself why in the world you had settled to serve you... and those in your family, for something less. I think a lot of people look at their own weight and make a poor judgement of what would suit them. Minimum standards doesn't cut the cake. Never has. Never will. So when considering your weight, add some tools with that worker... carrying up a window with you, lift a cross-beam... and before you know it you're taxing-out that weight limit. Yes, I imagine they are really over-rated anyway... for lawsuit purposes. But why roll the dice on such a tool that you can and will use for the rest of your life? That is why this is my 4th ladder that it rated for 375 lb. class. I take pride in ALL of my tools... and a ladder is right up there at the top of being the most important tool that will safely get you up there to a safe working height. Bottom line is that this ladder, and its first cousins... deserves that stealth 6th star rating.
Date published: 2015-05-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Real quality We haven't used this ladder, yet. We needed a ladder that was longer and heavier duty than our 8' blue fiberglass ladder. This one seems to fit the bill. It is a bit heavier and longer than the 8' ladder but one strong person or two not-so-strong people can move it around pretty easily.
Date published: 2016-08-16
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