INTERNAL MODULAR RAMPS
The internal modular ramp is available in different lengths, widths, heights, and configurations to suit different indoor spaces, such as marquees, car parks, halls, schools, and hospitals.
Plus, the Lidar scanning technology employed by our site surveyors is advantageous for internal ramp projects. The machine scans and charts the dimensions of objects within its field of view, including items like drain covers, ground slopes, flooring, ceilings, pillars, and overhead beams.
Subsequently, the ramp can be meticulously designed to navigate around these obstructions, and the process guarantees the calculation of adequate headroom between the ceiling and ramp height.
The ramp feet can be screwed down to the floorboards to create a secure fixing. Alternatively, rubber pads can be fixed to the feet.
DDA & Building Regulations
For any internal ramp that need to comply with Building regulations, a minimum gradient and width must be achieved, one in accordance with Part M and K Regulations. Plus, the head height between the pitch line and ceiling must be at least 2.1 metres.
The British Standards provides guidance around access within buildings. This is found within BS8300-2:2018 Part 2: Buildings Code of practice. The guidance is largely the same as ramps and steps for external usage with regards to the gradient and handrails.
Three service packages are available: Supply & Install, Supply Only, or Rental. Click for more information on our different service packages.
Please indicate your chosen package as well as your system option within the contact form at the end of this page.
Spaces where a internal ramp can be utilised:
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A modular ramp with rubber tiles underneath to protect the historic flooring.
Our system is never bolted to walls to minimise any impact on buildings and throughout the process, we’re happy to consult with the appropriate conservation and planning authorities.A gradient of 1:15 is recommended and a minimum width of 1500mm will be required as this is a public building.
A modular ramp with rubber tiles underneath to protect flooring or the ramp feet can be screwed down to the floorboards to create a secure fixings.A gradient of 1:15 is recommended and a minimum width of 1500mm will be required as this is a public building.
A temporary modular ramp on hire with rubber tiles underneath to protect flooring.
Ramps can also be purchased.A gradient of 1:15 is recommended and a minimum width of 1500mm will be required as this is a public building.
A modular ramp with feet that are screwed into the concrete ground to secure the system.
This type of project would benefit from the Lidar scanning technology used by our site surveyors.
The machine would scan and plot the heights and widths of the objects in view, including the flooring, ceiling, pillars, and overhead ring beams.
The ramp can then be designed around such obstructions.