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Driveway Guru Kerb Edge Ramp - 1.2m Section

Regular price $79.00
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TR1-2
TR1-2

Wheelchair Threshold Door Ramp - Multiple Sizes

Regular price $82.50
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DH-PUP-12 (2)
DH-PUP-12 (2)

Portable Kerb Ramp

Regular price $77.00
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Esafety Equipment Shoot - Wetherill Pk 14th January 2022-34

Kerb Ramp - 150mm | Heavy Duty

Regular price $165.00
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Esafety October 14th Photoshoot-23
Esafety October 14th Photoshoot-23

Driveway Guru Kerb Edge Ramp - Angle Piece

Regular price $33.00
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DH-PUP-1 (2)
DH-PUP-1 (2)

Steel Reinforced Portable Kerb Ramp

Regular price $159.50
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KR-80 (1)
KR-80 (1)

Kerb Ramp - 80mm

Regular price $41.50
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A__82800

Aluminium Loading Ramps Heavy Duty 2.5M- Pair - 3000Kg

Regular price $847.00
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A__61180

Aluminium Wheelchair Ramp Foldable - 900mm

Regular price $137.50
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A__44374

Aluminium Wheelchair Ramp Multi-fold - 2.1m

Regular price $317.00
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Door access and kerb ramps are two important features that help improve accessibility for people with disabilities. These features are designed to make it easier for people with mobility impairments to navigate their surroundings and access buildings and public spaces.

Door access refers to the design and installation of doors that are accessible to people with disabilities. This includes features such as wider doorways, automatic door openers, and lever handles. They are easier to operate than traditional door knobs. Door access control is important because it allows people with mobility impairments to enter and exit buildings independently. They can do it without having to rely on assistance from others.

Kerb ramps, on the other hand, are designed to provide a smooth transition between the sidewalk and the roadway. These driveway ramps are typically installed at street corners and other locations where there is a change in elevation between the sidewalk and the road. These are important because they allow people with mobility impairments to cross the street safely.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What are ramps used for?

Ramps are used to provide an accessible route for people with mobility impairments, such as those who use wheelchairs, walkers, or other mobility aids. They allow individuals to navigate changes in elevation, such as steps or curbs.

What is the maximum slope allowed for a ramp?The maximum slope allowed for a ramp varies depending on the regulations in place, but a common guideline is a maximum slope of 1:12 (rise to run ratio), meaning for every inch of rise, there should be at least 12 inches of horizontal run.

What materials are commonly used for constructing ramps?

Ramps can be constructed from various materials, including wood, concrete, metal, and composite materials. The choice of material often depends on factors such as durability, cost, and aesthetic considerations.

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