Manhole Steps

Step rungs are produced by plastic coating ( either PE or PPCP water and impact resistant reinforced plastic ) on metal bars of optional sizes and grades like corrugated steel, stainless steel, aluminium bars and pipes. They are used and preffered in waste water removal system, pools, manholes, etc. due to their easy assembling and corrosion and impact resistance.

We offer the highest quality of manhole rungs [ ladder steps ] of various metals like stainless steel, aluminium and galvanized steel or any other metal, as per demand. These steps are exported the world over and are known for their superior quality and custom made designs.

Our objective on all sourcing initiatives is to help our clients obtain the best overall total-cost and quality of service with existing or new suppliers.

Our manhole steps are:

  • Safe
  • Flexible and Durable
  • Meeting International Health and Safety requirements.
  • Superior appearance.
  • Consistent weight and meeting ASTM and DIN standards.

What sets us apart from our competitors?

  • Covered with plastic to provide protection from all types of corrosive environments.
  • Superior Resistance, in excess of international standards.
  • Spark-proof and polymer covered.
  • High impact resistance.
  • Extremely easy to install and completely cost effective.
  • No sharp edges or corners and anti-slip surfaces.
  • Our manhole steps and Hand Bars are designed in order to be installed into a depth of 70mm.
  • Extra Wide – steps width – 330mm.

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Drill 2 holes of 25mm with a masonry drill bit. The holes should be kept in parallel (330mm distance) and 70mm deep.
Insert the washers on either ends of the step.
Drive the step into the holes evenly with a sledgehammer. Do not hit the step in the centre.
The step must be at a 15cm distance from the wall/surface.
Use a mercury scale to check the angles of the step. And move the washers to place.
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