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Modular ramp system. Options: standard and safetread surface; handrails available in a range of colours.


Rapid Ramp

Clark and Partners

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Product Information

Manufacturer's Product Description

Rapid Ramp is a fully adjustable modular wheelchair ramp, constructed from galvanised steel components that are bolted together. Modular components come in various sizes, lengths and widths to suit different areas and applications. Plus, platforms can be used in both straight-through and turning configurations. BENEFITS: -Rapid design & installation. -Made of durable steel with galvanised walkway & powder-coated handrails. -Reusable modular components. -3-year guarantee, life span of over 25 years. -Suitable for all types of buildings, including permanent, temporary and portable. -Suitable as a short or long term solution. -Fully adjustable, can be adapted, modified and changed. -Modular Ramps can easily be removed, leaving an area in its original condition. -Rental Ramp package available. -A UK wide service. WIDTHS AVAILABLE: -900mm - the recommended width for dwellings under Document M, Section 6 of the Building Regulations. -1000mm - our standard modular wheelchair ramp for dwellings. -1200mm - our slightly wider modular ramp. -1500mm - the recommended width for modular ramps for public buildings. Visit our modular ramp page for further details: https://www.rapidramp.co.uk/modular-ramps

Manufacturer's Contact Details

A leading UK modular ramp and step manufacturer, supplier and fitter based in the South-East of England. All service packages are available across the entirety of the UK and the Republic of Ireland. 

Both systems comply with DDA regulations, Part K and M of the Building Regulations. 

Varying lengths and widths are available to suit different areas and applications. Plus, platforms can be designed in both straight-through and turning configurations. 

They offer a nationwide supply, rental and installation service. 


Rapid Ramp

10 Menzies Road

Ponswood Industrial Estate

St Leonards on Sea

East Sussex



01424714646 sales@rapidramp.co.uk

Key Features

  • steel with galvanised walkway
  • adjustable
  • non-slip surface
  • continuous handrail design
  • water drainage

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Product Specification

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