Manage steps, load into cars, vans and navigate other various rises and falls in daily life with safety and ease using Gilani EngineeringAluminium Single-Fold Super-Grip Wheelchair Suitcase Ramps.
Lightweight and portable Gilani Engineering Aluminium Folding wheelchair ramp can carry weights of up to 300kg whilst folding in half like a suitcase for easy storage.
The Super-Grip ramp comes complete with an anti-slip high-traction surface, 50mm side rails to prevent wheelchairs and walkers from veering off the side as well as pre-drilled holes and locking pins to secure the ramp in place when in use you can rest assured knowing that you're safe while using the ramp.
The inside width of the ramp measures 680mm, perfect for most scooters, walkers and wheelchairs alike.
Features of the Foldable Suitcase Ramp:
- Super-Grip anti-slip coating to prevent slips
- Wide enough for standard wheelchairs
- Corrosion free marine grade aluminium material
- Fold-away design for maximum convenience
- Carry handles for easy transport
- Locking pins to secure your ramp when in use
- Optional carry bag to protect your ramp (some models)
- Safety rails to reduce risk in falls
- Anti-slip rubber on connection plate
- Certified to the highest international CE standards
- The product contains One ramp and a heavy duty storage ramp
Specifications of the Foldable Suitcase Ramp:
- Safety Rails: 50mms
- Weight Capacity: 272 kgs
- Folded Dimensions (Length x Width x Height): 120 x 35 x 5.5 cms
- Opened Dimensions (Length x Width x Height): 120 x 70 x 3 cms
- Loading Capacity: 300kg
- Net Weight: 11kg
Call Gilani Engineering Registered NDIS Disability Equipment providers on 02 8740 8963 for any other enquiries or a free quote today!
Benefits of our HIRE TO BUY program:
- If you have a temporary injury, limited mobility or want to see if the product is right for you the Mobility Hire Equipment Sydney Hire to Buy Option is a great option
- If you decide to keep the product you have tried, all hiring fees, hiring rate and pick up delivery fee will be deducted from the purchase price (one time $99.00 admin fee is not refundable) if you wish to proceed with the purchase.
- The minimum hire period is 14 days however you can always extend any hire on Suitcase Ramps Australia , and those ADDITIONAL HIRE OUT PERIODS are fully deductible from the purchase price as you do not have to pay the admin fee but only the hire fee and rate.
- That way you are not paying additional hire expenses on top of the full price.
- If you already know what you want and wish to have it delivered to you today. We will deliver it, even today! (SAME DAY express courier service available in Sydney metro).
Frequently Asked Questions:
1- Where can I use this ramp?
Light-weight aluminium telescopic ramps are fantastic compact solutions to be used anywhere that you have an obstacle to overcome.
They can be used for loading and offloading equipment from the back of a vehicle.
They can be used for entries, into shops, homes and to overcome other obstacles.
You can choose between different lengths for different inclines.
You can virtually use it anywhere you need a portable easy access solution.
2- What is the max height obstacle to overcome?
There is no exact rule or regulation for the maximum height of the obstacle that you can use in conjunction with these ramps. However, it depends if the ramps are being used for a wheelchair/mobility user or if it is just used to load/off load or to transfer equipment in and out of a vehicle.
If it is used for loading/off-loading it can be used at much larger heights but if it is used for a person in an electric wheelchair or a mobility scooter it cannot be too steep for safety.
There is no exact legislation stating the maximum height requirements. However, for removable or portable ramps at home the ramp should not have a gradient exceeding 1:10 for safety so you would avoid putting the ramp too steep.
For Vehicles ramps should not exceed the gradient of 1:8.
Inside homes, permanent ramps should not exceed a gradient of 1:12.
3- Where are wheelchair ramps used?