* Easy to Carry!
* Only 14 lbs
* Holds 600 lbs
* Easy Set up!
* Single Fold Design
* Lightweight, Easy-to-Handle and Set Up
* Folds In Half, Carries Like a Suitcase*
* Durable Welded Construction
* Full Platform Provides Excellent Stability
* Anti-Slip, High Traction Surface
* Accommodates Wheelchairs and Scooters with Various Wheel Configurations
* Safety DVD and Steel Security Pins Included
* Listed by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
Recommended Slope (1:12 Slope Ratio) : 3" (Three Inches)
Maximum Rise Occupied (2:12 slope ratio) : 6" (Six Inches)
Maximum Rise Unoccupied (3:12 slope ratio) : 9" (Nine Inches)
Ramp General Information:
* Never exceed a slope greater than 2" on 12" with an occupied chair or scooter.
* Never exceed a slope greater than 3" on 12" with an unoccupied chair or scooter.
* Always make sure that top of ramp is secured on step or landing before using. It may be necessary to anchor top of ramp to landing surface with steel security pins provided.
* Make certain there is adequate head clearance prior to loading an occupied chair or scooter into a vehicle.
* Always follow manufacturer recommendations for chair or scooter.
* Always use your lap belt.
* Slope Recommendations:
1:12 SLOPE (4.8°)
1. The ADA recommended slope for long (up to 30') home and commercial ramps.
2. Works for most strong unassisted manual chair users, although PVI always recommends assistance.
2:12 SLOPE (9.5°)
Maximum acceptable grade for portable ramp use by occupied chairs and scooters with a qualified assistant.
3:12 SLOPE (14.5°)
For loading unoccupied chairs and scooters.