Is This Folding 2 Step Stool Safe for Aircraft

If you’ve ever worked around aircraft then you understand that many times during inspections and maintenance you’ll need to stand on a step or stairs to perform your job. This video shows a folding 2 step stool that might not be the best solution to working on this airplane.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAk9iOwI0bE

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Ayu August 28, 2012 at 9:45 pm

We ordered two of these chrias to match our kitchen bar. They went along fairly smoothly with the Allen key and hardware. It took me a little over an hour to get them together. Be sure to pay attention when you unpack the pieces two of the legs are marked with red dots and must match up with red spots on the underside of the pallet. I packed everything before I read the instructions and were angered that only one of the legs with a red dot. I made a wild guess might be the other ‘red dot’ legs and my relief showed the podium itself just fine without wiggling. I was less than pleased to see that the support pieces connect the bones were ground well and in the case had been unfair. It is not clear to most, but I know the pieces can be seen better. It reduces some of my satisfaction with the product, but not enough that I would send them back! They were very well packaged, no damage at all in shipping.Overall, I am satisfied with your purchase ..

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admin September 4, 2012 at 6:37 am

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