EZ-Access® Transitions® Aluminum Adjustable Solid Self-Supporting Threshold Ramp - 700 lb Capacity
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Aluminum Threshold Ramps

With an approximate 2" vertical adjustment, these Aluminum Threshold Ramps are especially helpful for locations where the surface may not be level. Adjustable legs with pivoting footpads accommodate varying heights, angles, and surface types. 12", 24" and 36" lengths available.

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Item # Length Width Usage Guidelines Weight Status Price Quantity
TAER12 12" 36" 1-3/8" x 2-3/4" 5.15 lbs
In Stock
$89.99

TAER24 24" 36" 1-11/16" x 4-3/4" 10.4 lbs
In Stock
$139.99

TAER36 36" 36" 3-5/16" x 5-7/8" 15.15 lbs
In Stock
$189.99

Ideal for single step rises, the EZ-Access Adjustable Threshold Ramps feature adjustable legs with pivoting footpads to accommodate varying heights and angles. Constructed of high strength aluminum that won't rust or corrode with an extruded tread surface for maximum traction, these threshold ramps provide optimal performance for wheelchairs and scooters. The free standing adjustable leg design is highly beneficial when the surface may not be level.

The Aluminum Threshold Ramps are available in 12", 24" and 36" lengths with a 700 lb weight capacity. Choosing the correct ramp size is easy, simply measure the height of your rise and select the ramp with the appropriate adjustable height in the table below. Foot pads are highly recommended to protect against floor scratches if used indoors. Each threshold ramp includes a lifetime manufacturer's warranty.

700 lbs

Product Features

  • Available in 12", 24" or 36" lengths
  • Adjustable legs with pivoting footpads accommodate varying heights, angles, and surface types
  • Ideal for single step rises and doorways
  • High strength aluminum won't rust or corrode
  • Extruded Tread Surface for superior traction
  • Outdoor Use - Foot pads are highly recommended to protect flooring if used indoors
  • 700lb Weight Capacity
  • Lifetime Manufacturer's Warranty

Documents

Instruction Manual

Resources

ADA Specifications for Wheelchair Threshold Ramps and Landings
How To: Determine Proper Wheelchair Ramp Length

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