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Werner

Model # 416

Internet # 203134173

Store SO SKU # 785448

16 ft. Aluminum Step Ladder with 300 lb. Load Capacity Type IA

$594.75 /each
  • Exclusive TOOL-TRA-TOP holds paint can, tools and roller tray
  • Slip-resistant, TRACTION-TRED steps for stability
  • Knee-braced steps offer extra support

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Product Overview

Built for stability, the Werner 16 ft. Aluminum Step Ladder has a duty rating of 300 lbs. to accommodate a variety of projects. The rear rail is a full U-channel, while a full set of rear horizontals are spaced one per foot, offering solid support when climbing or standing. Slip-resistant, TRACTION-TRED steps are double riveted to the rails for extra durability, ensuring safety at home or on the job.

  • Heavy-gauge TOOL-TRA-TOP with thick side plates offers a convenient tray for tools/paint can and slots for paint roller tray
  • Shoulder bolts, lock nut on top hinge and four solid aluminum rivets attached to each rail create a sturdy frame
  • All steps are knee-braced to ensure maximum support
  • Built with internal spreaders for easy operation
  • Double riveted, slip-resistant, TRACTION-TRED steps offer secure footing
  • ANSI and OSHA compliant for safety
  • 300 lb. load capacity (Type 1A duty rating) supports a variety of project types

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Specifications

Dimensions

Base Spread (in.) 
104 in 
Ladder Height (ft.) 
16 
Ladder Height (ft.) 
16 
Maximum Reach (ft.) 
20 
Rung/Step Depth 
3 in 
Step Rise (in.) 
12 

Details

Ladder Rating 
Type 1A - 300 lbs. 
Ladder Type 
Step Ladder 
Load weight capacity 
300 lb. 
Material 
Aluminum 
Nonslip tread 
15 
Number of Steps 
15 
Product Weight (lb.) 
77 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
OSHA Compliant 
Manufacturer Warranty 
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What is the weight?

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July 20, 2016
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The weight of the 373 is 9 lbs.
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July 19, 2016
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The step ladder weighs 5.5 lb.
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Available at Crismon / US 60 in Mesa ,AZ ?

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February 17, 2016
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Southside. This ladder is carried at several stores in the Mesa area. You may want to call ahead to verify quantities before making your purchase. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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Is this ladder rust proof/ resistant

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This ladder will be placed on a roof and left out in all weather conditions, is this the best type of ladder for this?
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The ladder is all aluminum and plastic, it should never rust or corrode.
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October 23, 2015
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The aluminum on the ladders is rust proof. However, there are some parts that may rust over time, depending on the environment. Some of these parts include rivets and the hardware for the shoes.
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What is the difference between a ladder with aluminum rails vs. fiberglass rails?

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Fiberglass is a lot heavier and if you drop it or if it rubs against something there is a chance of the fiberglass splintering and or busting as compared to the aluminum ladder it's a lot lighter and more than likely it might just scratch it or ding it.
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October 21, 2015
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The main difference between Werner fiberglass and aluminum ladders is that fiberglass ladders have non-conductive side rails. Therefore fiberglass ladders are recommended for working around electricity. We do not recommend using aluminum ladders around electricity. The weights will also vary between the 2 ladders as well. Often times the fiberglass ladders are heavier than aluminum ladders.
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Hi Ray - the reason fiberglass ladders are made is because they are not conductive, so there is no electrical path to ground should the ladder come into contact with live electrical wiring. This greatly reduces the possibility of getting an electrical shock. However, there are some drawbacks to fiberglass ladders; 1) They are much more expensive and 2) they are much heavier. I have a 12 ft. fiberglass Read More
Hi Ray - the reason fiberglass ladders are made is because they are not conductive, so there is no electrical path to ground should the ladder come into contact with live electrical wiring. This greatly reduces the possibility of getting an electrical shock. However, there are some drawbacks to fiberglass ladders; 1) They are much more expensive and 2) they are much heavier. I have a 12 ft. fiberglass ladder and I can barely manage to lift it without a helper, but I use it outside sometimes near the electrical lines and could not go there with an aluminum ladder. I bought this 10 ft. ladder in aluminum, because it is comparatively very light and a breeze to lift, move, and set up. Suggest you check the weight of each ladder in the specs. - the differences are very clear. Also, know your weight and the weight of anything you might be lifting, and make sure the ladder has a load rating that more than covers that weight. You don't want to cut it close, because the taller ladders with less than Type 1 or Type 1A rating tend to flex quite a bit and I personally do not feel very comfortable being 10+ feet in the air with an unsturdy ladder underneath me. I always buy Type 1 or 1A ladders because of this. In aluminum, the extra ladder weight with a higher load rating is not bad, but in fiberglass, the ladders become massive. Again, check the shipping weight in the specs. If you plan to work on or near live electrical wiring, you need the fiberglass regardless. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 77 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sometimes bigger is better! I have vaulted ceilings in my bedroom and high trees in the yard that my 6 foot ladder just won't reach. This ladder was perfect for the high ceilings and I am sure I will find other uses for it. Solid construction. I am 25 pounds from the max weight limit and it had no problem supporting me working right at the top. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Needed something higher Allows me to reach the 14+ foot ceilings in my house (recessed lighting, smoke alarms, ceiling fans, etc), and is light enough to move around fairly easily. Can even access the roof from my patio without pulling out my unwieldy fiberglass extension ladder (which is very difficult to move and handle). Good quality and great value! June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good purchase This is a very good ladder for the price. I am very happy with this purchase. thank you June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great ladder light weight and very stable can be moved by one person with no problem. really wide steps and spread. June 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great ladder for the price This is a huge ladder and it is so light and manageable. Perfect for getting those tough to reach areas. I would recommend this ladder for sure May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent high ladder Strong, light and very good value. Recommend it for light to medium duty in high reach areas. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ladder easy to use and very stable Light weight easily moved March 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great purchase The ladder met my needs. I wanted a ladder that was sturdy and would not sway when I was two steps from the top. March 1, 2016
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