|Platform Thickness (in.)||2||Product Depth (in.)||26 in|
|Product Width (in.)||12.13 in|
|Features||Adjustable, Weather Resistant||Load Capacity (lb.)||250 lb.|
|Maximum Product Length (ft.)||13||Minimum Product Length (ft.)||8|
|Product Weight (lb.)||41 lb||Quantity Included||1|
|Returnable||90-Day||Scaffold Product Type||Ladder Planks, Scaffolding Planks, Scaffolding Platforms, Scaffolding Stages|
|Certifications and Listings||ANSI Certified, CSA Certified, OSHA Compliant||Manufacturer Warranty||Our products and their accessories manufactured by Metaltech-Omega Inc. are guaranteed for one (1) year against all manufacturing and material defects from the date of purchase of the products. Please note that this warranty does not cover damage caused by improper maintenance, misuse, or modification of the product.|
A: Hi Paul, Our Metaltech telescopic work plank measures 120 in. W x 12 in. D x 2 in. H but extends up to 204 in. regards J.
A: Open dimension for this plank: 156" wide by 12" deep by 2" high. Closed dimension: 96" wide by 12" deep by 2" high. Thank you!
A: About 12”
A: The plank is 12" wide
A: It is just over 12 inches wide. 12.13 inches I believe. It fits easily into the rungs of the Gorilla multi-position ladders that I have.
A: THIS PLANK IS 12.3" WIDE IN THE CENTER AND APPROXIMATLEY 11" WIDE ON THE ENDS.
A: If the roof is flat then yes. Try it out, and if it doesn’t work return it.
A: Hello, Please refer to our instruction manual point 5: 5. Oil, grease or any other slippery material shall not be permitted on the surface of the plank and Point 21: 21. Safety harnesses and fall prevention lifelines shall be used by each user if the plank is used more than 10 ft (3 m) above the ground or floor. The lifelines must be secured to a suitable structural member other than the one of the plank.
A: Top and bottom are both the same. If you ant, you can tie the plank to your ladder.
A: The ends are flat, they do not have hooks, similar to a wood plank. Just place the plank on a ladder rung or some other support. If you’re concerned about sliding movement put a clamp on. The price is right for it’s build and durability.
A: There are no "hooks". The ends are just as they appear in photo. If using with two ladders propped against an house, you will need 2 "horizontal hook on" brackets onto which the "plank" is laid. These are shown and sold, separately. If using between 2 ladders facing one another the plank is laid on a rung of each ladder. To secure you would need a "tie" of some kind, ex. rope .
A: It does not "hook" on the ladders, you set it on the step of a ladder on either end or you you can use ladder jacks (https://www.homedepot.com/p/Werner-Short-Body-Ladder-Jack-AC10-14-02S/100664521) to use it on extension ladders. The plank just lays on any support, gravity keeps it in place.
A: No, but the bottom is rough and will not slip. It grips the ladders well. Both top and bottom are the same.