Tripodstige er essensielt for arbeid med trær og busker i høyden - spesielt når terrenget skråner, og det gjør det som oftest i Norge. Avhengig av skråning, kan du enten putte teleskopbenet inn i busken/treet, eller jobbe parallellt med hekken ukomplisert i forhold til greiner og ujevnheter. Har du jobbet med vanlig stige, eller gardintrapp i ulendt terreng vet du hva vi snakker om.
Genial, stabil, og bruksvennlig i lett aluminium med tre bein, som letter beskjæringsarbeid i trær og hekker. Med 3 bein i stedet for 2 el. 4 er det enkelt å plassere stigen stødig, når bakken er skrånende og ujevn. Det 3. beinet kan justeres i høyden (teleskopisk) og kan derfor plasseres stødig i motbakker, trapper, og inn i buskas. Finnes i flere størrelser. Om stigen skal brukes innendørs, benytt gummiføtter for å beskytte gulv.
*H er total høyde når stigen er satt opp. **SSH er sikker ståhøyde (3. trinn fra toppen)
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Tripod Ladders are essential for large topiary and hedges. Depending on the slope, you can either work face-on, with the 3rd leg poked into the hedge, or sideways, with the ladder parallel to the hedge. Their adaptability (3 legs), stability (wide base) and comfort (double rungs) allow you to spend all the time necessary to do jobs properly, without rushing.
Ideal for orchard work, both for picking and pruning, where thanks to the single back leg, you can can get right into the crown of the tree. Unlike traditional orchard designs (pointed A-Frame), you can lean over the top, or rest picking baskets etc on top. They’re also considerably wider at the base than A-Frames, have the telescopic back leg (vital on slopes) and of course are welded not riveted, so are much, much stronger - and exceptionally light and easy to use.
Tripod ladders are used all over Japan by gardeners and nurserymen. Our customers include tree surgeons, topiary specialists, head gardeners, orchard owners, hedging contractors and landscapers, as well as countless keen gardeners who all appreciate the stability and practicality of the tripod design.
We import directly from our Japanese manufacturer Hasegawa Kogyo's factory in China, and keep stock of all models in our warehouse in Shaftesbury. Hasegawa have the reputation for making the best quality and safest tripod ladders in use today - their production conforms to JIS (Japanese Industrial Standards.) Ask any gardener in Japan which ladders they use and they all say the same thing: Hasegawa. All our ladders have full safety and user instructions included as factory fitted stickers.
The wide base, deep steps and telescopic back leg, as well as clawed feet and flat top make them incredibly safe and easy to use. Rather like in the design of the Eiffel tower, your weight is directed downwards and outwards, pinning the ladder to the ground. The back leg adjusts quickly and easily up to 18" in 6" stops with a spring-loaded pin, extending 6" and shortening 12" for use on slopes and steps. How flat is your garden?
The welded, extruded aluminium construction is weatherproof, strong, and very light. Double rungs are easy on the feet, and don’t get muddy or slippery.
Original or EN Pro: the heavy duty EN rated ladders are designed for landscapers, tree surgeons and other tough jobs - but do perfectly well in private gardens. If the ladders are used day in, day out, or will be taking a heavy weight of more than 100kg, think about the EN Pro. Consider it a beefed-up version of the original Niwaki Tripod Ladder, conforming to EN-131 standards, assuring professionals, employers and all demanding gardeners of the quality and safety of these remarkable ladders. With a load bearing of 150kg, reinforced lower rungs and a chunkier back leg, the EN Pro is stronger, more robust, and more rigid, offering greater stability and user safety. For regular domestic use, the Original Niwaki Tripod Ladder will do you fine - although it is not recommended for trade or commercial use.
Greatest ladder ever. Couldn’t live without it.
– Thomas, Sweden.
Unbelievably brilliant. Can’t describe how much we love it
– Mrs B.