The Rapid Ramp System remains the top choice for wheelchair access on rooftops.
Thanks to its self-supporting design, the ramp stays securely in place without the need for fixed installations. Unlike other ramps that require resin fixings, which can deteriorate and lead to roof leaks over time, the Rapid Ramp's weight ensures stability.
The Rapid Ramp also boasts multiple legs that evenly distribute the load, and each foot is equipped with a rubber tile for added protection to the underlying flooring.
Furthermore, its components are conveniently portable, allowing for easy transportation through buildings and fitting into passenger lifts. This eliminates the need for expensive crane operations to position the ramp.
- 900mm – The minimum width for ‘Dwellings’. Approved Document M1 & the British Standards BS 8300-1:2018.
- 1000mm – Our suggested width for ‘Dwellings’. Approved Document M1 & the British Standards BS 8300-1:2018.
- 1200mm – The minimum width for ‘Communal’ residential usage. Approved Document M1 & the British Standards BS 8300-1:2018.
- 1500mm – The minimum width for ramps for ‘buildings Other Than Dwellings’. Approved Document M2 & the British Standards BS 8300-1:2018
- Customisable – Any of platform widths stated above can be bolted together to make up a customised width.
COMPLIANT PART M & K GRADIENTS & WIDTHS
- Ramps for ' Buildings Other Than Dwellings' require a minimum gradient of 1:15 and minimum width of 1500mm.
- Ramps for 'Dwellings' require a minimum gradient of 1:12 and minimum width of 900mm.
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