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Werner Ladders


Werner's products have earned their reputation by regularly providing professional users with dependable work at height solutions. When it comes to working in the most demanding conditions, the Werner track record is proved, as they are items that will not let you down.

As a result, our products are exceptionally durable, with our products regarded across the industry for their strength and long-term reliability. All our products have also been given the stamp of approval to certify that they have been tested to the required standards. Your Werner’s quality assurance.

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How to choose the right ladder

Are you wanting to purchase a new ladder but aren’t sure where to begin? Read our guide to find out!

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Werner Ladder testing

Ladder standards in the United Kingdom have settled on a single British and European standard that applies to all types of portable ladders. Where appropriate, our Werner ladders must fulfil the new EN131 standard, with a weight capability of 150kg. The European Commission was displeased with elements of the previous standard and issued an EC mandate for the standard to incorporate additional standards for stability, slide, durability, and strength, which will aid in reducing the primary causes of ladder-related accidents. To find out more about the new EN131 standards click below.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I buy a Werner Ladder?
From engineering to manufacture, our complete product design process produces a climbing system that promotes user productivity, durability, and safety. Werner is favoured over all other brands on construction sites across the world due to how every product incorporates innovation, safety, and durability. Ultimately, focusing on end users' needs is what drives Werner’s success.
What is the difference between a fibreglass and an aluminium ladder?
It is recommended and, in most cases, mandatory to use fibreglass instead of aluminium. This is because fibreglass provides more insulation between the user and the earth, reducing (but not eliminating), the risk of electrocution.
How do I select the correct ladder for the job I need to do?
Step 1: Choose the height. Select the appropriate ladder height for your project. The maximum reach for various ladder heights, assuming a 1.7m tall individual with an additional 0.3m vertical reach. Typically, the maximum safe working height is 1.5 metres higher than the maximum permissible climb height. Step 2: Choose the application If you're planning to use the ladders for business reasons, be sure they're EN131 Professional rated. If the ladders will be used at a private residence for non-commercial activities, you can utilise EN131 Non-Professional ladders. Please note that the load capacity refers to the entire weight of the person, tool/equipment, and materials carried by the user. In the United Kingdom, all varieties of portable ladders are now covered under a unified British and European standard. Where appropriate, our Werner ladders must fulfil the new EN131 regulations, with a load limit of 150kg. Step 3: Choose ladder style It's critical to select the right ladder for the work you're performing. Take the time to learn about the various styles offered. Single Sided, Double Sided, Platform Step Ladders, Dual Purpose, Extension Ladders, or Mobile Scaffold are examples of these. Remember that you should use a Fibreglass product if you are working with or around electricity.
How do I transport my ladder safely?
When moving a ladder in a vehicle, be sure to keep the following in mind: • To avoid drooping, the ladder is supported over its whole length. • The overhang beyond the supports is equal to or less than 1/3 of the ladder's length. • To avoid road stress and chaffing, the ladder is firmly secured down. Overtightening the ladder might cause it to break. • To reduce road shock, the upper surface of the roof racks or supports should be coated with soft material such as rubber or wood.
How do I repair my damaged ladder?
WernerCo does not advocate fixing a damaged ladder for the user's safety, and the business does not provide a repair service.
Where can I get information about ladder safety?
You may get all the information you need by visiting the Werner ladders website and enrolling in our ladder safety programme.
What guarantee comes with my ladder, and do I need to register it?
With Werner professional EN131 ladders, roof ladders, retail, and warehouse stairs, they all come with a 10-year warranty. Werner Non-Professional EN131 ladders, EN14975 loft ladders, work platforms, steps tools, telescopic ladders, and fall protection products come with a 5-year guarantee. A one-year warranty is included with all our accessories and access towers. The guaranteed information can be found on the packing of the product. There is no need to register the product to activate your guarantee, all you must do is to simply keep your receipt and if you need to make a claim, you can contact Werner. Except for normal wear and tear of the goods, our warranties cover problems deriving from errors in workmanship or materials except one: • Misuse or abuse of the product causes damage. • Failure to follow all printed warnings and directions for the product causes damage. • An effort to fix the product resulted in damage.

Additional FAQ's

1. What should I do before I use my ladder?

It is recommended that you check your chosen ladder prior to use. Therefore, the following should be undertaken:

  • Look for any damage or missing parts.
  • Examine the ladder's feet for signs of severe wear.
  • Look for any missing or loose bolts or rivets.
  • Make sure the ropes aren't frayed and are firmly fastened.
  • Make that the ladder stiles, rungs, and treads are all straight.
  • Make that the spreaders are in good working order.
  • Check for dust, dampness, oil, and corrosion on the ladder.
  • Check for cracks, rot, and insect infestation on the timber ladder.
  • Before using a ladder, clean it with mild soapy water and let it dry.
  • If a ladder has any flaws, it should be taken out of use and replaced right away.
  • Ladders should be kept dry and protected.
  • A wooden ladder should never be painted. So that flaws aren't masked, apply a transparent varnish suited for outdoor or maritime conditions.
  • If it is exposed to too much heat, a ladder may get weakened
  • If the ladder has been damaged by a blow or accident, inspect it thoroughly before using it again.
  • Fibreglass ladders will disintegrate with time, exposing the fibres. Apply enough coats of polyurethane or clear acrylic lacquer to encapsulate the fibres after cleaning the ladder with a commercial solvent.

2. How do I select the correct ladder for the job I need to do?

  • Step 1: Choose the height.
  • Select the appropriate ladder height for your project. The maximum reach for various ladder heights, assuming a 1.7m tall individual with an additional 0.3m vertical reach. Typically, the maximum safe working height is 1.5 metres higher than the maximum permissible climb height.

  • Step 2: Choose the application If you're planning to use the ladders for business reasons, be sure they're EN131 Professional rated.
  • If the ladders will be used at a private residence for non-commercial activities, you can utilise EN131 Non-Professional ladders. Please note that the load capacity refers to the entire weight of the person, tool/equipment, and materials carried by the user. In the United Kingdom, all varieties of portable ladders are now covered under a unified British and European standard. Where appropriate, our Werner ladders must fulfil the new EN131 regulations, with a load limit of 150kg.

  • Step 3: Choose ladder style It's critical to select the right ladder for the work you're performing.
  • Take the time to learn about the various styles offered. Single Sided, Double Sided, Platform Step Ladders, Dual Purpose, Extension Ladders, or Mobile Scaffold are examples of these. Remember that you should use a Fibreglass product if you are working with or around electricity.