Our system of aluminium ramps is very lightweight, yet highly durable.
The simple assembly of these modular ramps only requires three tools - a socket wrench, an Allen key and a screwdriver.
According to Swedish Building Regulations, there are two general rules that must be followed. The first is that the ramp must have a rise/run ratio of at least 1:12 (i.e. the length be at least 12 x the height). The other is that ramps longer than 5 metres must include a landing.
The ramp system is composed of six different ramp lengths. An individual ramp component may be used independently with upper and lower connections or be welded together with others to form a longer section. Generally speaking, you can build your ramp as long as you like. Each weld is reinforced with joint plates and braces. Our ramps have an internal width of 90 cm and are available in separate modules from 100 cm to 300 cm.
We have five different types of landings for use in ramp constructions. P-1 & P-3 are used for 90 degree turns and P-2 for 180 degree switchbacks. P-4 and P-5 are used for square landings or to extend an existing landing in front of an entrance.
Handrails are available for all ramps and landings. There is no requirement for handrails but they are recommended, particularly for steep ramps. Handrails can be added at a later date to existing ramp constructions - both landings and ramps are equipped for retrofitting.
In addition to our standard ramps, we also manufacture systems to order in any dimension, e.g. for a special larger landing directly outside the entrance for increased maneuverability. Landings can also be equipped with steps.
Expanded metal and perforated and grooved surfaces in our ramps and landings provide virtually slip-proof mobility and act as a deterrent to outside conditions like ice, snow and leaves.