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FRP Rung Ladders

The FRP material is resistant to the following extremely harsh chemicals:

  • Phosphoric acid

  • Nitric acid

  • Acetic acid

  • Aluminum sulfate

  • Ammonium chloride

  • Hydrochloric acid

  • Sulfuric acid

  • Sodium chloride

  • Ammonium sulfate

Nextep FRP ladders are assembled from FRP pultruded sections, polypropylene brackets and polyamide nylon resin bolts and nuts.

Using only non-corrosive and non-metallic materials ensures excellent non-corrosive properties.


Rungs are specially designed to provide safety, integrity and aesthetics with cost effectiveness.


Excellent advantages in weight over traditional ladders.

Superior advantages over climatic change, with minimal deformation.

The low weight of the product is an immediate advantage over the traditional counterpart. The rungs of the unit have been specifically designed to offer maximum slip resistance, even in the harshest of climatic changes; the product will also offer minimal deformation for these conditions.


Nextep FRP ladders are assembled from FRP pultruded sections, polypropylene brackets and polyamide.

  • Excellent corrosion resistant properties

  • Remarkable strength to weight ratio

  • Requires no coating to resist attack from the chemical & natural environment

  • Impact absorbing

  • Maintenance free

  • Lowest life cycle cost

  • Low conductivity both thermally and electrically

  • Non-magnetic properties (ideal for electrical applications)

  • Low installation cost


  • Water and Sewerage industries

  • Food Processing Plants

  • Chemical Plants

  • Electrical Manufacturing Plants

  • Saltwater and Marine Areas

  • Indoor and Outdoor Facilities

Standards & Approvals

  • AS/NZS 4020 :2015 Testing of products for use in contact with drinking water 

  • AS1657:2018 - Fixed platforms, walkways, stairways and ladders- Design, construction and installation








Statement of Performance 


Ladders installed within tanks ensure that self-rescue is possible at all times, without relying on external access equipment.

It is important to be independent of any equipment that could break down, become
non-functional, or rely solely on the coordination and ability of an external rescue team.

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