What’s a ship ladder? Are they any stairs on a vessel? “Ship Ladder” are defined in proposed section 1910.21 as “a stairway equipped with treads and stair rails with a slope greater than 70 degrees from the horizontal. It is sometimes referred to as a ships ladder.” Thus the term does not encompass all stairs on ships, but merely those above 50 up to 70 in slope.
For industrial/commercial maintenance access and industrial/commercial storage access. This steep incline stair is not suited for standard public access, office, or residential use applications. Suitable in areas where standard stair length runs are not feasible.
- Aluminum Ship Steps
- 24” Tread width
- 4” Tread Depth
- Aluminum powder coated handrails