This compact, lightweight and durable Telescopic Channel Ramp is ideal for providing access to houses and cars for wheelchairs, scooters, walkers and rollators. The 2-section, extending ramp is constructed from lightweight, rust-free aluminium and is supplied with an easy-carry bag, making the unit extremely portable and convenient to store. The ramp also features top and bottom lips and a non-slip, black gritted surface for safety, with a load capacity of 180 kg (28 stone) on both ramps. This versatile ramp features security locks to fix the ramps to either the folded or collapsed length. Specifications Suitable for wheelchairs and scooters. Max. weight 200 kg using both ramps. Lightweight robust construction. Gritted surface for increased grip. Extremely easy to use and transport. Colour: Silver & Black. Width (Extended): 18.9mm. Maximum Load: 180.00kg.
Aidapt Bathrooms Ltd
United Kingdom01744745020 email@example.com
|122, 152, 183, 213cm
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