HyperLite™ Extension Ladder
Ordinary extension ladders are heavy; and always have been. The leading cause of extension ladder injury is linked to the weight of the ladder—often resulting in torn rotator cuffs, herniated disks, ankle sprains and knee ligament tears from loading and unloading or carrying heavy traditional extension ladders. These injuries have simply been part of using extension ladders, until now.
The Little Giant® HyperLite extension ladder is the lightest Type IA and IAA fiberglass extension ladder in the world, bar none. The patent-pending HyperLite weighs up to 40 percent less than the leading competitor’s standard fiberglass ladder without sacrificing strength and stability. The HyperLite’s wide rungs provide great comfort, reducing foot fatigue. It also features Little Giant’s unique side-mounted, dual-pulley system, which reduces the effort required to lift the fly section by 45% and removes a potential trip hazard caused by traditional center-pulley rope systems. The patent-pending Sure-Set™ foot allows you to set the feet in either flat or spike positions and have them stay in place.
Little Giant’s exclusive hi-viz green rail has been scientifically proven to be the most visible color in the world. Why should a ladder need to be hi-viz? Some of the most catastrophic falls are caused by people who walk or drive into an extension ladder in use.
The HyperLite is available in Type IA, 300-lbs and Type IAA, 375-lbs duty ratings in these sizes: 16’, 20’, 24’, and 28’.
|16' IA||16' IAA||20' IA||20' IAA||24' IA||24' IAA||28' IA||28' IAA|
|Weight Capacity||300 lbs.||375 lbs.||300 lbs.||375 lbs.||300 lbs.||375 lbs.||300 lbs.||375 lbs.|
|Extension Min. Height||9 ft.||9 ft.||11 ft.||11 ft.||13 ft.||13 ft.||15 ft.||15 ft.|
|Extension Max Height||16 ft.||16 ft.||20 ft.||20 ft.||24 ft.||24 ft.||28 ft.||28 ft.|