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Wildeck’s Ladder Industries Displaying Helicopter Work Stands

 - October 6, 2017, 4:14 PM
Ladder Industries is exhibiting two of its helicopter work stands

Ladder Industries (Booth C7023) is exhibiting two of its helicopter work stands, which are custom-built for maintenance technicians. The Goodyear, Arizona, company is a division of Waukesha, Wisconsin-based Wildeck.

The Special Purpose Super Duty Rolastair work stand provides safe, effective access to helicopters and other aircraft. Its mobile rolling ladders can be easily moved from one location to another. A second ladder on display—which comes with casters for easy movement between stations—can be positioned at an angle for perfect access to service helicopter engines and rotors. The support legs lock in place during use and retract into the ladder for movement or storage.

These two ladders—as well as the full line of Wildeck Access mobile ladder stands and platforms—make it possible for aircraft manufacturing and maintenance personnel to safely and effectively inspect, assemble, repair, service and maintain a wide range of equipment.

Wildeck, a subsidiary of Holden Industries, acquired Ladder Industries in 2013 to complement its offering of material-handling products. Founded in 1976, Wildeck manufactures products that improve supply-chain productivity and provide additional capacity, efficiency, safety and access in manufacturing plants, warehouses, distribution centers and other facilities