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Industrial Aluminium Ladders

 
Designed and built in Australia and conforming to rigid Australian specifications.  The ALLWELD INDUSTRIAL LADDER brand is owned, manufactured and distributed by Bridge Aluminium Pty Ltd.

Ladders are designed and constructed in accordance to AS/NZS 1892.1:1996 pt1. Welding is carried out in accordance with AS/NZS 1665:2004.

All of our products meet the Australian Standard and material quality is what it should be.   Don't compromise your safety by purchasing non-conforming inferior imported products.

Allweld aluminium order picker ladder

Platform Ladders load rated to 200kg
 
The 200kg load rating on the Folding Platform Ladder is proof of the strength of the products. Products achieve a long working life because they are fully welded from thick walled, high grade 6060 T5 aluminium tube.


Internal welding adds strength

Allweld ladders outlast all others and therefore the need to replace or repair your ladder is reduced saving you money. Steps are welded inside and out which eliminates twisting or distortion of the frame, even after years of use. This gives you maximum stability and safety whilst on the ladder. Stability is further improved with a wider than standard base.

 

The Allweld ladder range includes Dual Purpose Ladders, Folding Platform ladders, Single Sided Ladders, Order Picker Ladders, Orchard Ladders, mezzanine ladders and custom platforms. Allweld also designs and builds custom ladders, mobile platforms, Access platforms and walkways.

We distribute ladders to all corners of Australia including  South Australia, Western Australia, Northern Territory, Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, Adelaide, Roxby Downs, Olympic Dam, Perth, Kalgoorlie, Port Headland, Dampier, Darwin, Brisbane, Cairns, Toowoomba, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Gladstone, Rockhampton, Sydney, Singleton, Central Coast, Melbourne, Ballarat, Canberra, Hobart, Launceston and Bell Bay.