"Our sensors have been feeling
the heat for over 30 years."

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Ladder Technologies, LLC heat sensor labels indicate when a ladder needs to be taken out of service for testing due to exposure to excessive heat. Labels are laminated to resist changing color incorrectly due to exposure to elements, smudging and fading.

HS1000 Heat Sensor Labels meet the requirements of Chapter 4 in NFPA 1931 and Chapter 6 in NFPA 1932, current edition.

NFPA 1931 Chapter 4.1.5

NFPA 1932 Chapter 6.2.10

 

ABOUT US

In 1988, Boyd Cole with the help of his wife, Betty, started a company to sell his heat sensor labels to the fire service industry.  Betty soon became the voice of their company, and for the past 29 years grew their heat sensor label business. In February of 2017 Betty sold the heat sensor label portion of her business to Ladder Technologies, LLC, remaining on as a consultant.

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For more information, or to place an order, please contact a representative at:

 

Ladder Technologies, LLC

PMB 308

1722 N College Ave
Fayetteville, AR 72703

 

 

Jaclynn Williams

Sales Representative

 

Betty Cole

Sales Consultant

© COPYRIGHT    |   LADDER TECHNOLOGIES, LLC.   |   ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

"Our sensors have been feeling
the heat for over 30 years."

Contact US

 

For more information, or to place an order, please contact a representative at:

 

Ladder
Technologies, LLC

PMB 308

1722 N College Ave
Fayetteville, AR 72703

 

 

Jaclynn Williams

Sales Representative

 

Betty Cole

Sales Consultant

Ladder Technologies, LLC heat sensor labels indicate when a ladder needs to be taken out of service for testing due to exposure to excessive heat. Labels are laminated to resist changing color incorrectly due to exposure to elements, smudging and fading.

HS1000 Heat Sensor Labels meet the requirements of Chapter 4 in NFPA 1931 and Chapter 6 in NFPA 1932, current edition.

NFPA 1931 Chapter 4.1.5

NFPA 1932 Chapter 6.2.10

 

© COPYRIGHT    |   LADDER TECHNOLOGIES, LLC.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED