Roll-A-Ramp - 12" Wide Ramps
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- Disassembles in seconds for even easier transport
- Extremely compact and lightweight
- Heavy duty - can hold up to 2000 pounds
- Rolls up & fits inside the trunks of compact cars
Strength. Flexibility. Together.
The Roll-A-Ramp is a ground-breaking new concept that will change the way people look at ramps. For centuries ramps have been utilized by millions of people because of their strength. But never before has a ramp been as flexible as the Roll-A-Ramp.
Each Roll-A-Ramp is fabricated out of high-tensile strength anodized aerospace aluminum, which allows it to hold up to 2,000 lbs. of evenly distributed weight.
Each standard section weighs under 30 lbs. and easily rolls up quickly to be stored in very little space. Ramp pairs used for wheelchair use can be set up to any width to accommodate virtually any wheel span.
Each ramp has built-in safety rails, and cambers gently and gradually slopes for an easy, jar-free access.
|Ramp Length||Maximum Load (Pair)||Ramp Weight (Each)|
|3 feet||2000 Pounds||10 Pounds|
|4 feet||2000 Pounds||12 Pounds|
|5 feet||2000 Pounds||14 Pounds|
|6 feet||2000 Pounds||19 Pounds|
|7 feet||2000 Pounds||21 Pounds|
|8 feet||2000 Pounds||25 Pounds|
|9 feet||2000 Pounds||26 Pounds|
|10 feet||1750 Pounds||32 Pounds|
|11 feet||1600 Pounds||36 Pounds|
|12 feet||1450 Pounds||40 Pounds|
|13 feet||1325 Pounds||45 Pounds|
Quick Formula’s for Calculating Slope Angle & Lengths:
Recommended Slope Angles:
- 7° Manual wheelchairs
- 10° Manual wheelchairs assisted o An able assistant to help those unable to do it alone
- 12° Power wheelchairs and assisted manual chairs
- 15° Severely restricted space/ Unoccupied loading/unloading
o OK for strong manual wheelchair users
Determining Ramp Length:
Use your Desired Slope Angle (from above evaluation)
- 7° Rise Distance (in.) divided by 1.5
- 10° Divided by 2
- 12° Divided by 2.4
- 15° Divided by 3
|Manufacturer Number||A1129A19, A11210A19, A11211A19, A11212A19, A1122A19, A1123A19, A1124A19, A1125A19, A1126A19, A1127A19, A1128A19|