I get the question a lot about what ladders companys might say. It's just a tool attached to another tool. It really doesnt torque the ladder. Most of the pressure is just the weight of the person on the step and its directed downward as in the pitch of the roof. I've sent letters recently to companys who might be interested. two were sent to ladder companys. So, im awaiting their response. Im interested in two markets, of course fire depts. but also training facilities. community colleges and training acadamies.thanks for your time. keep in touch
HI DAVID, I'VE SEEN YOUR ARTICLES ONLINE ABOUT THE ROOF SIMULATORS, I HAVE A NEW PRODUCT I AM TRYING TO MARKET TO FIRE DEPTS AND TRAINING FACILITIES. YOU CAN FIND ME ON THIS SITE ALONG WITH AN ATTACHMENT OF MY PRODUCT. TAKE A LOOK AND TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK. I HAVE RECEIVED TONS OF POSITIVE FEEDBACK AND CURRENTLY THEY ARE BEING FIELD TESTED BY A FEW DEPTS, AND I'VE RECEIVED INTEREST FROM OTHER FIREFIGHTERS TURNED INSTRUCTORS AS YOURSELF TO DEMONSTRATE AT COMMUNITY COLLEGE ACADAMIES. I THOUGHT YOU WOULD BE A GOOD CONTACT AND I THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME.
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