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MT-22 22 ft Type IA Telescoping MultiLadder


Performance Overview

StyleSizeExtension HeightNumber of PositionsTypePerformance Rating
MT Series Telescoping MultiLadder22 ft11 ft to 19 ft28Type IA Duty Rating

The MT-22 Telescoping 22 ft MultiLadder is versatile and easy to transport. The telescoping design allows the ladder to be used in 4 different positions -- twin stepladder, stairway stepladder, extension ladder and as 2 scaffold bases. In the stepladder mode, the multiladder can be used for one or two person jobs with a duty rating of 300 pounds per side. The feet are slip resistant and the ends of the ladder are flared for firm support. Smooth curved rails allow for comfortable climbing. With its many uses, this ladder may fit all your climbing needs.




Features

  • Smooth curved rails for comfortable climbing
  • Easily converts to: 1. Twin Stepladder 2.Stairway stepladder 3. Extension ladder 4. 2-Scaffold bases
  • Double riveted steps for long lasting durability
  • Extra wide flared bottom for firm support
  • Slip-resistant feet
  • Telescoping design for maximum versatility
  • Designed for one or two person jobs


Specifications

FeatureSize / Details
Size22 ft
Stepladder Height5 ft to 9 ft
Extension Height11 ft to 19 ft
Reach Height Extension Ladder22 ft
Reach Height Stepladder13 ft 2 in
Number of Positions28
Stair Height5 ft to 9 ft
Scaffold Height3 ft 10 in
Load Capacity300 lbs
TypeType IA Duty Rating
Performance Rating
MaterialAluminum
Approx. Cu. Ft. Per Unit10.8
Approx. Shipping Wt. Lbs.47




Package Contents

Part NumberQtyDescription

Dimensions

FeatureSize
Rails Dimension2-5/8 in
Flange Dimension1 in
Rungs Dimension1 in


Additional MT Series Models

Model No.SizeStepladder HeightExtension HeightReach Height Extension LadderReach Height StepladderNumber of Positions
MT-1313 ft3 ft to 5 ft7 ft to 11 ft14 ft 3 in9 ft 4 in13
MT-1717 ft4 ft to 7 ft9 ft to 15 ft18 ft 1 in11 ft 3 in20
MT-2222 ft5 ft to 9 ft11 ft to 19 ft22 ft13 ft 2 in28
MT-2626 ft6 ft to 11 ft13 ft to 23 ft25 ft 10 in15 ft 1 in37


Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 18reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Disappointing quality control They should be more accurate when naming their ladders, so the ladder is easier to size for the job. When the ladder is in its "stored position" The top rung of the base section is covered with packaging. This hid a flaw in the assembly of the ladder which results in the rung being out of position. To compensate for this the locking pin was bent so it could reach the hole. May 23, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by This is fantastic ladder A buddy of mine got one for his house/garage & I was able to use it & this the BEST ladder I have ever seen.. I'm on my way to buy one rt now.. May 25, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by MT13 Have the Mt 13 ft ladder. When you want to divide for scaffold use, the one side is not very stable when you use the clamps to attach into the hole. They should have hinge locks like the other side. Would not use for scaffold. Good for only a ladder. February 7, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by NOT A 13' LADDER!!!! This ladder at the fully extended length is not even 11'. We purchased it to get on the roof of our motorhome and knew we needed a 13' ladder that this one is CLEARLY advertised as. January 27, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by A really versatile ladder and easy to transport. I bought the MT 22 to reach the fascia and lower roof levels for my two homes. I need access to hang Christmas lights and for roof & gutter cleaning. It replaced a small standard type 16 ft extension ladder. The MT 22 is about 6 foot in length folded that can fit is most SUV,s and in the back of my pickup truck without it having to hang well past the bumper as most extension ladders do.At first it seems a bit heavy (about 47lbs) but it makes for a very sturdy and stable platform. When setting it up as an extension ladder you must extend it out on the ground. Once it is up there is no rope to extend it because it is not kind of ladder. If its extended over 12 feet it can be a challenge to get it up against the wall. As one other reviewer stated you must walk it up. But once it is up and you are on it, you can really feel the stability.At my place if work I have four ladders, three A frames and one 28' ft extension, all of them are Werner's. There are dozens of different types of ladders because no one ladder can do it all. I'm considering adding this one to the inventory to round out my needs for ladder climbing.It is a great ladder that fills a niche and by no means the only ladder you'll need. November 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by As far as ladders are concerned: Werner is the Best! I have wanted one of the MT-22 ladders for a while. My father-in-law has 3 different Werner ladders and loves them. I had borrowed his MT-22 a few weeks back and found it very easy to use. I had just told my wife I wanted a ladder for Christmas and then yesterday saw that Home Depot had the Werner MT-22 for sale for $125.00. A week long sale starting Black Friday.That's a crazy price for what you are getting in this ladder. When I was up at the register a cashier said to me she has two other customers before me purchase one. When Home adopts regular price is $197,Walmarts $263 I'm glad I went and bought one. This ladder will last for years. One of my son' s is home from college and he helped take it out of the car. He said,"Nice ladder Dad." If my comments help you in your research on ladder,great. If they didn't ,you will one day regret not getting a Werner! November 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Ladder I purchased this ladder to put the Christmas lights on the house this year. I bought the MT-26 model. I did a lot of research and decided I wanted an articulating ladder for misc maintenance around my current house, which I bought last year and is a two story. I have high lightbulbs in chandeliers (can use this as a step ladder) and as an extension ladder I can reach all the windows and eaves on my two story house.I feel I need to preface my review by saying I'm not particularly fond of working from ladders. I'm not at all afraid of heights, but once over about 12ft or so I tend to get uneasy on a ladder. All that to say I'm not a contractor who is going up and down ladders all day every day.The MT-26 is absolutely rock solid as a step ladder or A-frame, even fully extended. Much more so than any ladder I've every owned. It's very good as an extension ladder too, although it does seem a bit bouncy on the trip up. I especially noticed this about mid-way up when crossing the articulating hinges. However once you get up to height and stop moving around it feels pretty solid. The wide base on both ends is a big help. You can lock it in against the house and the eave and it seems there is no way it could go over sideways. Total confidence booster.The one negative I have is that it's kinda difficult to put up as an extension ladder. You pretty much need some help. There is no way to extend it in the vertical position once you get so high you can no longer reach the locking pins. It can be done, but you have to "walk" it up the house all the way and can be hard to avoid windows, shutters, etc...I think the best benefit of this ladder is it's versatility and what you get for the money. I would have liked to look at Little Giant ladders also, but Home Depot had these in stock and the weather was cooperating for the weekend I needed to get the Xmas lights up. Very happy with the purchase so far. November 22, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by This lader has a wide range of usefulness I am a 74 yr old who "Would rather do it myself", & absolutely love this ladder. It takes up little room in my crowded garage; & can be used in many, many situations. Yes it is a tad heavy, but that makes it STURDY & I don't need to cart the whole thing around when only half of it is needed. Bought it at a "Big Box Store".The best ladder I have ever purchased for my uses. September 22, 2014
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MT-22 22 ft Type IA Telescoping MultiLadder
 
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lock handle holder broken

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Culver City, CA 90230, USA
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Culver City, CA 90230, USA
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Lock Handle holder which connects between the ladder body and lock handle is broken. That's why the ladder stand with only 3 lock handles in the extended mode. How can I have it fixed?
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MT-26 26 ft Type IA Telescoping MultiLadder
 
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gutter protector

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Gainesville, TX 76240, USA
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Gainesville, TX 76240, USA
Age: 45-54
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Is there an accessory that you can attach to the ladder that would prevent the ladder from leaning on the gutters and bending them besides those foam end covers that wouldn't help at all. I've seen a Laddermate stabilizer that will attach to standard rung ladders but it wouldn't fit this MT -26.
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MT-22 22 ft Type IA Telescoping MultiLadder
 
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Warranty

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West Pasco, WA 99301, USA
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West Pasco, WA 99301, USA
Age: 45-54
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I have new MT22 ladder, but would like it's how long warranty? Or Lifetime limited warranty ?
As I didn't see about that, look like brand Giant Little Ladder had Lifetime Limited Warranty.
Let choice late.
Thanks
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Werner Co. does not offer a written or implied warranty on its products. We do stand behind the quality and workmanship of our models. Issues of this nature would usually become evident within the first 6 to 12 months of ownership.
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MT-26 26 ft Type IA Telescoping MultiLadder
 
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does it have an OSHA sticker or paperwork?

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Pensacola, FL, USA
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The ladder comes equipped with the necessary stickers which show that the ladder conforms to OSHA and ANSI standards.
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MT-17 17 ft Type IA Telescoping MultiLadder
 
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Will the MT-17 fit in my car

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NH
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NH
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What are the dimensions of the box it comes in. I only have a (full size) car so I want to know if I can pick it up at the store myself.
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The shipping dimensions of the MT-17 is 24 5/8"x 55 1/8".
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MT-13 13 ft Type IA Telescoping MultiLadder
 
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MT-13 13 ft Type IA Telescoping MultiLadder

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Greensburg, IN
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Greensburg, IN
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Where is this WALK-BOARD/SCAFFOLD I see an all the documentation?

I bought my ladder several years ago I have yet to see anything but the huge $500 WALK-BOARDS.

I want to know what that is in the documentation pictures!
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In our current Werner Co catalog, the platform being used is part of the PA200 series. Please see the PA206, PA208, and the PA210.
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MT-22 22 ft Type IA Telescoping MultiLadder
 
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How to safely lower the ladder form the extension position back to the ground?

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Sometimes it lifts off the ground and I lose control of it.

Also are there any videos or pictures of how to do it? If not, can you please create some, it would help a lot.
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You would want to bring the ladder back down the same way that you put it up. We would advise using 2 people for safety purposes but if a second person is not available you would want to "walk the ladder down" just like you "walked the ladder up" for use. We can provide you with a copy of the instruction manual if you would like.
Please contact our Customer Care Department when convenient at 888-523-3370 Monday through Friday 8 AM till 5 PM EST for further details on your issue and/or question.
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MT-26 26 ft Type IA Telescoping MultiLadder
 
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Is it ok to use a pair of outer sections to make a scaffold base?

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Georgia, USA
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Georgia, USA
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I like the stability of the wide base of the outer section when using a scaffold. I have 2 MT-26s. Is it ok to use a pair of the outer sections as trestles for a scaffold base? Also, sometimes I work in areas that have limited floor space, and wonder if it's safe to use a pair of the narrower inner sections to make a scaffold base. I realize the inner sections would not provide as much stability, but this would be only for 2' or 3' high plank placement.
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You would be ok using 2 of the wider base sections as the base for a scaffold unit. We cannot recommend using the 2 smaller units as a scaffold base for safety purposes.
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MT-26 26 ft Type IA Telescoping MultiLadder
 
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I had bent the outer Ladder on my MT-26 is there any way I can just order/purchase a replacement Outer ladder

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Twentynine Palms, CA, USA
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Twentynine Palms, CA, USA
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This is the lower portion of the ladder and did not affect any other portion of the telescoping portion or inner ladder
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Unfortunately we do not sell sections of ladders. If you are in need of the outer section of the ladder you would need to purchase a new unit.
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MT-17 17 ft Type IA Telescoping MultiLadder
 
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My ladder will not open completly.

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Longmeadow, MA, USA
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Longmeadow, MA, USA
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I am able to extend the extensions and I can open it partially to use as a step ladder as a V. But I can not fully open the ladder. As a result I can not use it as a ladder.
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Please contact our Customer Care Department when convenient at 888-523-3370 Monday through Friday 8 AM till 5 PM EST for further details on your issue and/or question.
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Different types of ladders are designed to keep you safe and productive when climbing or standing. Using the wrong style of ladder or simply ignoring the limitations of climbing equipment can result in a fall or serious injury.
Height is referring to the actual ladder height. Extension ladders should be 7 to 10 feet longer than the highest support or contact point, which may be the wall or roof line. The highest standing level is four rungs down from the top. The highest permitted standing level on a stepladder is two steps down from the top.

Reach height is the maximum reach assuming a 5’6” person with a vertical 12” reach.
Ladders are designed to safely hold up to a specific amount of weight. The Werner Performance System defines five different capacities using a color and star rating system. The Duty Rating is defined as the maximum safe load capacity of the ladder. A person’s fully clothed weight plus the weight of any tools and materials that are carried onto the ladder must be less than the load capacity.

Werner offers ladder made from fiberglass and aluminum. Each material has characteristics which make it best for certain applications, or one material may simply fit the personal preferences of the user. For example, if working around electricity users should select fiberglass products due to their non-conductive side rails.