When you plan to use a ladder as a tool, you should first consider what type of work you need to perform, how often you use it and how heavy the work is that you intend to carry out.
If you need to work with both hands and for a longer period of time, it is better to use a scaffold instead of standing on a ladder. Read more below or try our ladder configurator.
You can more easily find the right product for the work you do, by our product categorization; PROF+, PROF, and HOME.
For more challenging applications.
Additional anti-slip protection, well-proportioned locking mechanisms and rough textured anti-skid devices give these products stability and good anti-skid characteristics. The products well exceed the requirements contained in standards and working environment regulations.
For everyday use.
Strong aluminium profiles, well-proportioned standing surfaces and treads make these products suitable for everyday use. The products meet the requirements contained in standards and Swedish working environment
For less challenging applications.
These products are user-friendly, easy to carry and store, and therefore suited for lighter work indoors and for occasional work outdoors. The products meet the requirements contained in standards and Swedish working environment regulations.
RIGHT WORKING HEIGHT - RIGHT ERGONOMICS.
In our catalogue we have categorised all our ladders under different height requirements.
Trestle steps and step stool ladders for working
at low heights, such as on electrical installations
or for domestic use.
Step ladders and working platforms for working
at slightly higher heights.
Ladders for accessing roofs for example, and
scaffolding for working at height.
Approved for a good working environment.
A number of selected Wibe Ladders trestles and ladders carry a "Good Work Environment label". It is the result of Wibe Ladders collaboration with the RS-group consisting of NCC, Veidekke, Svevia, Skanska, PEAB and JM, in an initiative that aims to increase user safety of trestles, ladders and platforms. Basically it's about contributing to safe work environments and the elimination of "hazardous" products from construction sites over time.