Recalls: Extension or Straight Ladders

February 20, 2008 Louisville Ladder Recalls Extension Ladders Due to Fall Hazard

The recalled ladders are Type I, IA, or II extension ladders with fiberglass rails and “D” shaped aluminum rungs. The following models are included in the recall: Read more.

October 18, 2007 Kong Maxx Ladder Stands Sold at Gander Mountain Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

This recall involves Gorilla Kong Maxx Ladder Stands with model number 43032 and batch numbers G051507, G051507D, G061507D, G071507D, and G081507D. Model numbers are printed on the box only. Batch numbers are stamped on the vertical rail of the first ladder section. The stand is 19-feet to the shooting rail, or 16-foot 8-inches to the platform. The foot platform measures 17 ½ -inches wide. This is the only Gorilla, Inc. ladder stand with these dimensions. Read more.

May 10, 2006 American Innovations Corp. Recalls Ladder Extensions that Can Detach and Hit Consumers

The Ladder Walk-Through Railing Extensions fit over extension ladder rails and provide handholds for safe passage while moving to a platform or rooftop. Read more.

May 24, 2004 LB International Inc. Recall of Fold-Away Ladders Sold by Hammacher Schlemmer

The ladders were sold in three sizes. The 6-foot ladders that extend to 10 feet have model number 99067. The 7-foot ladders that extend to 12 feet have model number 99068. The 8-foot ladders that extend to 14 feet have model number 99069. The model number was listed in the firm's catalog and Web site, and used for ordering. Model numbers are not written on the ladders. Each ladder bears a label on the side rail that reads, "Multi-Purpose Heavy Duty Ladder." Read more.