The Lifestyle Portable Ramp is for access over any kerb or step. Choose from 6ft, 7ft, 8f and 9ft lengths.
It is quick and easy to set up and these robust bi-fold disabled access ramps come in 2 halves that lock together when in position, to give a full width (760mm) ramp for larger mobility scooters or wheelchairs.
The Lifestyle Portable Ramp features:
- Up to 350kg capacity and max. 760mm open width
- Ramps are half as long when folded
- Ramps lock together when in position
- Quick and easy to set up
- The unique design enables incredible grip
- Robust safety hinges with pinch protection
- Aerospace technology ensures incredible strength
- Contrasting colour edge strip increases visibility
- Centre-mounted carrying handles
- Non-slip grip surface
- All pictures shown are for illustration purposes only.
- The actual product may vary due to product enhancement
- These ramps are only suitable for use as mobility aids
Contact us if you require more information.
The Lifestyle Portable Ramp specifications & options
|Code||Length||Ramp Width*||Lip Width||Capacity||Weight (Each Half)|
|AL18||180cm (6′)||74cm (29″)||69.6cm (27.4″)||350kg (55st)||7.8kg (17lbs)|
|AL21||210cm (7′)||74cm (29″)||69.6cm (27.4″)||300kg (47st)||8.8kg (19lbs)|
|AL24||240cm (8′)||74cm (29″)||69.6cm (27.4″)||250kg (39st)||9.8kg (22lbs)|
|AL27||270cm (9′)||74cm (29″)||69.6cm (27.4″)||250kg (39st)||10.9kg (24lbs)|
Why should you choose a wheelchair ramp?
While there has been some improvement in the availability of access ramps in public buildings, there will be many occasions when a wheelchair user finds it difficult to access their own home or a facility. One increasingly popular solution is the use of portable wheelchair ramps. These can be folded up and transported in a vehicle, providing a convenient way to maintain independence.
Although there are a variety of types of portable wheelchair ramps out there, essentially, they come in two styles: double-track or single platform, although you will also find a range of threshold ramps that can be used in the home.
A portable ramp should be able to accommodate use by anyone using a powered wheelchair or a manual chair, as well as scooters and walkers, and both safety and functionality should be priorities when deciding whether to use.