Benefits of Telescopic Ladders

If you are looking for a ladder that offer more benefits than the average regular ladder, you've got to choose a telescopic ladder.

They are more versatile and arguably are the most useful in both professional and personal capacities.

For these reasons, they are a force to reckon with. 


If you are looking for a ladder mainly for personal use, you might do well with a regular type. But if you are constantly juggling between professional and personal use and cover long distance in each of your projects, the telescopic ladder is the best choice.

Let's look at more benefits that you stand to gain when you get yourself a telescopic ladder.

One of the interesting points about a deep fryer is that not all people have experience using it and when you decide to get one for yourself, you are going to face this same challenge.

But this challenge is no more than using a washing machine or any household item. With a few trial and error and experience, you will soon be a veteran user.

No matter what type of food you are drying, once you nail down a technique, you can pretty much use any deep fryer to achieve your aim.

But there are certain steps you must take if you want to really learn to use a deep fryer or make the best use of your already acquired unit. Taking the following steps should help you achieve your goal.

You Can Transport and Store It with Ease

1. Use the proper oil

Most people get their telescopic ladder because of the ease and convenience it offers when it comes to transporting it from one place to another. Because they can be slashed into smaller sizes, it is easy for you to transport them in your vehicle or even in a large backpack. Most importantly, they have a very small footprint so that if you decide to store them at home, they won't take up a large real estate.

Choosing the right oil for your deep fryer is half battle won. Once you know the type of oil you want to use, you will need to fill up the fryer with it, taking care not to over-fill or under-fill it.

If you have a model that have a minimum or maximum fill line, it becomes even easier as you have a ready gauge to guide your measurement.

​Lightweight Materials

2. Turn it on and start operating

Telescopic ladders are made from plastic, aluminum, and fiberglass, which are very light materials. These make this type of ladder to by lighter and easier to transport to a long distance without going through the normal stress of transporting a regular ladder. Because of this, many professional have chosen it over the other type especially when getting new ones.

To start using your device, you need to turn it on by plugging it in and using the switch button to power it up.

After that, set the temperature and time and ensure that you obtain the right level of temperature for the oil without going over that.

You also need to maintain a temperature between 350 degrees F and 375 degrees F which is the suitable range for most of the cooking you will be doing.

If your device comes with a thermostat, you don't have to bother too much about the temperature as it will automatically determine the correct temperature.

However, if it doesn't come with one, you may have to get yourself a thermometer to select the right temperature for the oil.

Useful Extension

3. Pat your food dry

Because of their construction, these ladders are able to shrink or collapsed one step at a time. This provides a lot of options for you. You are literally presented with a good number of height options which can be adjusted as needed.

This is one of the greatest advantages of getting yourself this model and only using your old ladder at dedicated jobs if you want to reduce stress.

Before drying any kind of food, make sure it is dried and doesn't have any traces of water. You can make use of a kitchen paper towel or cover the food in some dusting to remove any traces of water.

For example, freshly cut potatoes can be wiped with paper towel so that there is no water on it before throwing them into the fryer. Not doing this may cause some dangerous spilling of oil that may be injurious to you or children around.

Multi-purpose Use

4. Lower the food slowly into the fryer

There are many models and units of this ladders on the market now. And thanks to their design, they come in different constructions and capabilities to appeal to a wider range of users. Whether you want to use them as straight extension ladder or a step ladder, you will not find them wanting.

Some fryers come with a basket that you can place the food you want to fry and carefully lower it into the fryer and once it's lowered it should lock in place.

However some models don't have this luxury and you may have to use a slotted spoon or your hands to get the food into the fryer. Whichever one you go with, you need to ensure you do it slowly to avoid any hazard.

Home Use or at Work

5. Set a timer or wait

Another benefit of a telescopic ladder is that they can be used around the home and at work. Interestingly, transferring them from home - if you predominantly use them at home - to your work is a piece of cake.

And as long as your ladder has a EN-131 classification, you can easily make this transition and enjoy double benefit.

Depending on the kind of food you are frying, you may have to set a timer or wait till the food is ready to turn or remove from the fryer. Leaving it too long may cause the food to overcook and become uneatable.

Robust Design

5. Set a timer or wait

Whether you are using them in their full length or in a small compact height, you will still find that they are durable and persistent. Because they are designed with strong and sturdy materials, they are able to withstand heavy load at different settings and heights. Some models can even take up to 150 kg of weight, depending on the design and capability of the model.

Depending on the kind of food you are frying, you may have to set a timer or wait till the food is ready to turn or remove from the fryer. Leaving it too long may cause the food to overcook and become uneatable.

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