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NO. 1 ROLLING LADDER The No. 1 Rolling Ladder is a beautiful addition to any home or business: it endures the rigors of industry yet has the grace and beauty of fine furniture. Our famous No. 1 Rolling Ladder is made of best grade red oak, which is filled and varnished. Steps are screwed to rails, not nailed, and rods are placed under each step, for greater strength. In lieu of a regular oak finish, (a Dupont clear penetrating wood finish) the ladder can be finished in various popular wood shades, as desired. You may choose from any of the Minwax interior wood finishes, or, if you prefer to finish the ladder yourself, unfinished oak is also available. Our ?Top Slide? feature, which allows the ladder to be pushed in vertically and pulled out for use, is standard in both the #210 Roll Type and the #230 Hook Slide fixtures. This feature allows you to conserve floor space in tight areas. The #210 Roll Type top fixtures are used for a ladder that is permanently attached to the track. The #230 Hook Slide fixtures are used when the ladder needs to be removed from one section of track to another. The ladder rolls easily on bottom fixtures (No. 270 Regular). Also available is an old style malleable iron bottom fixture (No. 270 old style) for a more antique look. The No. 1 oak rolling ladder can be made out of any hard wood, including Ash, Birch, Cherry, Mahogany, Maple, Walnut and White Oak, for an additional cost. The normal measurements of the No. 1 Rolling Ladder are as follows: Height - as required (7? clearance above the track is required) Steps - 4 ¼? deep (see figure 1) Side Rails - 3 ¼? deep Outside width = 16? All measurements can be altered We suggest you align your track with a shelf, one or two shelves down from where you have to reach. Also available is a top bent No. 1 Rolling Ladder, as well as a No. 1 Rolling Ladder with extended sides, for a loft. The No. 1 Rolling Ladder runs on 7/8? slotted track, which is fastened to shelving by brackets mounted either in a vertical or horizontal position, or on the top of shelving. The track can be bent for a 90 degree curve (inside) - with a 30? radius. Only inside curves are possible. Please Note: The hook slide top fixture (No. 230) cannot be used with a curve. The standard ladder fixtures are zinc plated and the steel track is aluminum painted unless otherwise specified. The other options for the fixtures, track and brackets, are black (oxidized), brass plated and polished, chrome plated and polished, antique brass plated, satin brass plated, satin nickel plated or brushed chrome plated and lacquered. - Other finishes available. Also available is our No. 335 spring loaded safety wheel available in zinc or black (see figure 2). When weight is applied to the ladder the wheels swing away and allow the ladder to sit firmly on the floor. figure 1 figure 2 (No. 335)
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TOP FIXTURES FOR No. 1 ROLLING LADDER No. 210 - Roll Type Top Fixture No. 230 - Hook Slide Top Fixture No. 230 No. 14 No. 14H SECTION A-A PRESSED STEEL FRAME ALL WHEELS ARE DIE CASTINGS No. 210 PUTNAM ROLLING LADDERS BOTTOM FIXTURES FOR NO. 1 ROLLING LADDER PUTNAM ROLLING LADDERS WHEEL AND FRAME PRESSED STEEL HUB DIE CASTING No. 1 Bottom Fixture No. 270 Regular PUTNAM ROLLING LADDERS No. 1 Bottom Fixture No. 270 Old Style SINCE 1905 WHEEL SECTION AT A-A WHEEL SECTION AT A-A Putnam Rolling Ladder Co., Inc. 32 HOWARD STREET ? NEW YORK, N.Y. 10013 (212) 226-5147 ? FAX (212) 941-1836 Web site: www.putnamrollingladder.com E-mail: Putnam1905@aol.com Vertical Mount on Uprights Horizontal Mount Top of Shelving Mount CSNK FOR NO. 12 FH WOOD SCREW No. 27 No. 29GR BRACKETS FOR TRACK No. 1 Track Roll Top Hook Slide No. 210 No. 230 CSNK FOR NO. 12 FH WOOD SCREW CSNK FOR NO. 12 FH WOOD SCREW No. 29 PUTNAM ROLLING LADDERS No. 14 No. 27 No. 29 No. 14 H No. 27 H No. 29 H CSNK FOR NO. 12 FH WOOD SCREW No. 27H SHOWING APPLICATION OF END STOP TO ANY STYLE BRACKET - RIGHT OR LEFT CSNK HOLES No. 29H TO ORDER OR TO OBTAIN A QUOTE: The No. 1 Oak Rolling Ladder is custom made. To order or obtain a quote, please indicate: 1. Height (measure from floor vertically to center of track 7? clearance above the track is required) We suggest you align your track with a shelf, one or two shelves down from where you have to reach; 2. Length of track desired; 3. Type of bracket desired (vertical, horizontal, or top of shelf mount) 4. Old style or regular bottom fixtures; 5. Type of wood and finish desired on ladder, and; 6. Type of finish for top and bottom fixtures on ladder, track and brackets. If shelving or lay-out is unusual, please provide a rough sketch.
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No. 70 Our No. 70 folding ladder provides a unique solution to your occasional ?hard to get at? spots: such as libraries, kitchens, closets, etc. The No. 70 folds for easy storage. TO INSTALL First slide brackets into track. If they are center of the two wheels to the center of the to be fastened to uprights, (No. 14 or track, add one inch to this, and cut that No. 14H brackets) drive brackets to center of each upright. If brackets are to amount off the bottom of the ladder. be fastened to the front edge of a shelf, With the No. 230 hook type top fixtures, (No. 27 or No. 27H brackets) drive stand the ladder straight up and down brackets at a distance of no more than against the track with the No. 230 36 inches from center to center. Drill hook fixtures in the down position. holes, and screw the brackets on tight. Measure the distance from the Wooden dowels are supplied to connect inside of the hook to the top of sections of track. Brackets cannot be the track, add one inch to this, placed at connections of track. ( With and cut that amount off the No. 27 or No. 27H brackets, take bracket apart and screw back section on bottom of the ladder. first. ) Bottom fixtures (No. 270 regular or No. 270 old Attach top fixtures, (No. 210 roll or No. style) should be installed 230 hook), to ladder on the beveled cut vertical to the floor when at top of ladder centering fixture around ladder is in the pulled- the rung at top. On the No. 210 roll type out position. To do top fixture, put the large wheel on top. this, fixtures have to On top-bent ladders, attach top fixtures be mounted partially at the bottom of the top-bent section, across the side rail. with the wheels all the way down. (see figure 3). All ladders are made slightly longer than measured with the bottom fixtures left off so that the ladder can be cut to the exact length. With the No. 210 roll type top fixtures, stand the ladder straight up and down against the track (not on the track) with the No. 210 slide fixtures in the down position. Measure the distance from the Our numbers 29 and 19 stools are classics. Made of the same red oak as our ladders and with the same attention to craftsmanship and detail, they are equally suited to residential and commercial applications. Other Hardwoods available: Sizes: No. 29 - 13? High only No. 19 - 18?, 24?, 30? 36? and 42? High If a curve is involved, install the curve first with the corner brace. figure 3 No. 29 No. 19
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