These Telesteps Adjustable Loft Ladders, with telescopic retraction, are adjustable for ceiling heights between: 2.52 – 3.00 m.
While conventional loft ladders have to be folded and stored in the attic, the Telesteps collapsible loft ladder is hidden away in the ceiling. It is an elegant and incredibly compact loft ladder that saves you attic space and fits into a very small hatch opening.
They feature AUTOSTEPS™, enabling the ladders to be collapsed and closed down automatically. The patented, world-leading design means that the ladders are adjustable to different lengths. The ladders are automatically locking, with clearly visible markers in each thread. For comfort, they have wide treads and are highly safe to use. The ladders are tested and comply with European standard EN131-SP. In addition, they are always at a safe angle thanks to their flexible length. Made from a unique aluminium alloy, they are strong and durable.
Supplied with innovative accessories for greater flexibility and safety.
Ceiling height: 2.52 - 3.00 m.
Min. hatch opening: 520 x 920-1,100 mm.
Thread width: 90 mm.
Weight: 15.3 kg.
Patent no: EP 0527766, GB 2263932 and patents pending.
Design Reg. Nr: 000108964 (EU).
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