Chain Fire Ladder for Escape from 2nd Floor is 12 Feet Long with Plastic Sleeves on Chains
Use this chainfire ladder to escape home or business fires, earthquakes or other emergency situations. Made in the USA. Bold QuickEscape Emergency Fire Escape Ladder is 12 feet long with plastic sleeves on each side chain. Emergency preparedness for fires and other disasters includes a fire escape safety plan that includes emergency ladders. Note: Due to Liability Issues This Product is Returnable Only In Event of a Defect Verified by the Manufacturer.
The QuickEscape™ Emergency Escape Ladder is a strong, light weight portable escape ladder with industrial strength ladder hooks that fit over most window sills so you can safely escape a fire. Quick Escape ladders come in 12 foot and 20 foot lengths to escape from second or third story windows. All include ladder stand offs for the stability.
Plastic "sleeved" chains for tangle-free, easier deployment.
18 Gauge Steel & 2/0 Double Loop Chain.
Rungs tested to 450 pounds per rung.
Steel, slip-resistant rungs are grooved and heavy duty for added safety.
Displaces 25 lbs. per sq. ft.
Supports over 1000 pounds.
Stand offs on EVERY rung to stabilize ladder during descent.
Stand offs can be customizedEasy to install standoffs (for every rung) help stabilize ladder during descent.
Last rung a different color.
Step width: 12" wide.
Bright red window sill handles fit walls or window sills: Up to 10".
Bi-lingual (English & Spanish) vinyl instruction card affixed permanently to last ladder rung.
Use corrugated box with reinforced handle as a storage case.
Hook window sill handles in place.
Lower one rung at a time out the open window.
Note: Setting up the fire escape ladder takes only enough strength to lift the hooks over the window sill. Measure heights: better to have ladder on the ground than having to jump off the ladder to reach the ground.
12 foot = 15 lbs.
20 foot = 22 lbs.
Warranty: 10 year limited manufacturer's warranty .
Made in USA
Standoffs are easy to install or remove to add stability for every rung and flexibility to avoid wall obstructions or hazards. Example: A lower floor window is located directly below designated egress window and the path of deployed escape ladder along wall. You may remove the standoffs on the rungs located in front of the window to avoid breaking the glass. Customizing standoff placement above and below a window can help prevent personal injury while descending to safety.
Storing emergency escape ladders on upper floors of homes and businesses gives you an option to a single, perhaps deadly staircase escape. Recommendation: Equip each side of each upper floor with a portable fire escape ladder from Bold. Fire traveling up a stairwell often separates upper floors.