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New OE 150 Nema 20C ladders DNV type approved

The new OE 150 Nema 20C ladders are now DNV type approved according to IEC 61537.

 

This new ladder resembles OE150 in many ways, but there are a few differences.

· Standard length is 6 meters
· The rung spacing for the new ladders is 230,77 mm.
· Material thickness: SS: 2,5 mm and HDG: 2 mm
· The HDG version is made in a different steel quality than the standard OE 150.

All the OE 150 fittings can be combined with these new ladders, however the covers are custom made.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On these new OE cable ladders the rung spacing is 230,77 mm. It may be mentioned that on a standard OE ladder rung spacing is 300 mm.This "extra heavy load" cable ladder is a new product especially adapted to the US American market. The picture above is from our testing session. 

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