Ladder Safety Gate
Your employees are your greatest asset, and every time they use a ladder in your facility, they put themselves at risk. Fortunately, the OSHA- and ANSI-compliant Ladder Safety Gate from PS DOORS provides proven protection, minimizing the chances of a fall on elevated platforms, mezzanines or ladder ways. This self-closing swing gate provides 42″ top- and mid-rail protection to help ensure that your employees go home safe each night.
Available in five finishes: Powder Coat Yellow (PCY), Hot Dipped Galvanized (GAL), 304 Stainless Steel (SS), 316L Stainless Steel (SS-SW) and Aluminum (ALU).
Engineered and tested to comply with Ladder Safety Gate requirements in OSHA 1910.28 and 1910.29, as well as ANSI A1264.1-2007 and A14.3-2008.
LADDER SAFETY GATE QUICK FACTS
LADDER SAFETY GATE BENEFITS
- Self-closing and always in place
- Installs in minutes with a wrench or ratchet and ½” deep well socket. If mounting to angle iron, flat bar or nonstandard railing, gate bolts directly to railing (hardware not included) or by purchasing and using a no-drill adapter bracket kit. Call PS DOORS for details.
- Ships fully assembled including standard mounting hardware for round pipe (up to 2” O.D.) and square tubing (up to 1.5” x 1.5” O.D.)
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, our Ladder Safety Gates are self-closing and always in place. Our product utilizes durable, stainless steel torsion springs to close.
No, adapter brackets are optional. Ladder Safety Gates ship fully assembled, including standard mounting hardware for round pipe (up to 2″ O.D.) and square tubing (up to 1.5″ x 1.5″ O.D.). If mounting to angle iron, flat bar or nonstandard railing, gate bolts directly to railing/wall (hardware not included) or by purchasing and using a no-drill adapter bracket kit. Call PS DOORS for details.
Ladder Safety Gates are typically in stock and ship in 1-2 business days. Allow additional lead time for gates ordered in quantities of 8 or more. Please contact PS DOORS for exact lead time.
Engineered to comply with requirements in OSHA 1910.28 &1910.29, as well as ANSI A1264.1-2007 and A14.3-2008 .