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Safe T Climb is an Extension Ladder 'Anti-Fall Device'

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The product is a universal extension ladder "anti-fall device” designed by a roofing contractor.

| June 11, 2013

ACTON, Calif. — Safe T Climb is a universal extension ladder "anti-fall device” designed by a roofing contractor. It is designed to work on any ladder and on any roof, flat, pitched, or parapet walls. The kit comes with parapet legs that work on 6- to 8-inch walls. Extra reach parapet legs are available to accommodate up to 14-inch walls. The device can be installed in less than a minute to positively prevent the ladder from falling down, the company reports. Safe T Climb is made in the USA. Visit www.safetclimb.com to get further information or view the company's video, or call 661/269-8200.

 

 

 

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