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    A giant among ladders


    Little Giant Gutter LadderThe Little Giant Ladder System® provides extraordinary versatility. It can be used as an A-frame stepladder, extension ladder, a lean-to, stairwell ladder and as two scaffolding trestles - all from one piece of equipment.

    Access equipment specialists T.B. Davies (Cardiff) Ltd are the preferred supplier of the Little Giant in the UK and see the US sourced ladder as a tremendous addition to their extensive product range.

    Jaime Hindle, Marketing Manager at T.B. Davies, says: "The Little Giant is quite simply the most versatile, robust and cost effective ladder system in the UK today. It can be used for so many different applications, in different surroundings and replaces a whole raft of equipment."

    He goes on to say: "There's also a huge cost saving implication here - you won't have to buy separate steps, ladders and trestles etc. That has got to be a benefit."

    The Little Giant's strength comes from its unique patented hinge. This is what provides its versatility, as there is no need for spreader bars or additional stabilisers. The Little Giant is tested to the stringent OSHA and ANSI Type 1A standard, and European standard EN131, giving it a workload capacity of 150kg.

    T.B. Davies is so confident of the Little Giant's strength and durability it comes with a 5-year manufacturer's warranty. Even beyond the warranty, all component parts can be replaced.

    For more information on the Little Giant contact T.B. Davies on 029 2071 3000 or visit www.ladders-online.com.

    N.B. The information contained in this story is provided by the supplier and does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of lets-do-diy.com.


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