These portable wheelchair ramps have an internal usable width of 715mm and total width 720mm. To identify the wheelchair ramp length you require please measure the vertical height of your step or kerb. If you require support choosing the correct ramp length for your requirements please message our team for assistance. Folding suitcase ramp design for easy storage and transport.
Suitable for manual wheelchairs, electric wheelchairs, scooters and walkers. Available with or without a carry bag to allow you to transport the wheelchair ramp. Rest on connection - to fit just rest on and start loading. Maximum gradient = 1 in 6 although 1 in 8 is recommended.
30mm safety edges on each side of the suitcase ramp to prevent accidentally wheeling off. Leading wheelchair ramp supplier, over 7,000 5 TrustPilot reviews.
Not suitable for flight cases. The Ramp People's Folding Wheelchair Ramp Range.The 2ft with the new improved flat hinge. The 3ft with the new improved flat hinge. The 4ft with the new improved flat hinge. The 5ft with the new improved flat hinge. The 6ft with the new improved flat hinge.
The 7ft with Barrel Hinge, NOT flat hinge. The 8ft with Barrel Hinge, NOT flat hinge. How to identify which ramp length you need? To identify which wheelchair or scooter ramp is most suitable for you we recommend measuring the vertical height of the step. For assisted manual wheelchairs times this measurement by 6, for electric wheelchairs and scooters times this measurement by 8.For example, if you are going up a 20cm height and you are using a scooter simply times the height by 8 for a 1:8 gradient. For example, 20cm (height of step) x 8 = 160cm (ramp length required). You, therefore, require a ramp length of around 160cm / 5.2ft. We would therefore suggest a 6ft ramp for this. Under all of our wheelchair ramps we do note the maximum load height / step height so please also view this. The maximum step height is based on a manual wheelchair using the ramp. We always recommend purchasing a longer ramp where possible to allow for a smoother gradient. Please of course take into consideration the space available and that the ramps do get heavier as they get longer so please take this into consideration. In addition, it is important to check the width of your step to ensure the wheelchair ramp will fit in the area. If you are using the access ramp to load an empty wheelchair or scooter we suggest a maximum of a 1:33 gradient. For advice choosing the right ramp length for your needs please message our team.