mobile tanker access

The TTP Access Ladder is a lightweight, mobile, yet sturdy tanker access system offering complete safety and ease of use to operators. It is an economic alternative to fixed installations where access is limited.

· Robust steel safety cage over the tanker top with pivoted lower rail that automatically locates the cage onto any tank profile
· Adjustable ladder with non-slip self cleaning steps and full-length handrails on each side, the top step is extended to safely reach the tanker top
· A pivoted lower rail provides added protection for the operator by restraining the complete assembly should somebody try to move the ladder whilst in use
· Protects operators and is a 100% safe alternative to fixed platforms
· Protects operators and is a is an economic and highly efficient, space saving investment
· Is lightweight and easy to position over all sizes of tanker
· Rigid and stable construction means that operators may climb the ladder feeling totally secure

Safe access from fixed platforms to the top of a rigid tanker, trailer tank or ISO container to:
· Inspect the tanker for safety and maintenance
· Load the tanker
· Check the load and take samples
· Wash or de-contaminate compartment
· One person can easily position the tanker access stairs close to the tanker and secure them for use
· Stairs can be pushed to a convenient storage position when not in use
· Stairs can be fitted with a third ‘jockey wheel’ for horizontal maneuvering within a limited space
· Other options include wind and rain protection screens, extended cages or a wider track for rear access to the tanker


· Anti-corrosion aluminium ladder
· Closed pipe construction handrails
· Rubber wheels, nylon ropes & stainless steel fixings
· 2.95m adjustable to 4.55m ladder height (min. total height, including cage, 4.12m)
· 1.75msquaresafety cage
· 450mm width steps
· Max. ladder deflection: 10mm
· Wheel diameter: 200mm
· To be used in winds exceeding 60km/hr gusts
· Access is limited to one person at a time
· All six supports must be in ground contact