The single fold ramp from PVI is the lightest portable folding wheelchair ramp in the industry! Easy to set up and carry, the wheelchair ramp folds in the middle and carries like a suitcase with an integrated carrying handle. The 30" wide platform is covered with high traction tape and has a hefty 800 lb capacity that is ideal for wheelchair and scooters. Recommended for a 2" to 10" rise, the single folding wheelchair ramp is available in lengths up to eight feet long.
Welded aluminum construction
Anti-slip grip tape surface
Folds in half and carries like a suitcase with carrying handle
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These ramps are portable and lightweight, with convenient suitcase style handles that allow each ramp to be carried with ease. Simply fold these ramps in half and they can be stored away in your vehicle or closet!
These high quality aluminum wheelchair ramps from Prairie View Industries are the lightest portable folding wheelchair ramps in the industry, easy to carry, and simple to open and close. The Single Fold Wheelchair Ramp from Prairie View Industries is easy to handle and set up. The ramp folds in the middle and has a convenient carrying handle (except SFW230), which allows it to be carried like a suitcase. The ramps unfold to a 30 inch wide platform that is ideal for wheelchairs and scooters with three or four wheels or any other wheeled equipment you can imagine. These single fold ramps are the lightest weight wheelchair ramps on the market. Other features include all aluminum construction and high traction tape on the surface. The weight capacity is 800 pounds for two axles. You can expect quick delivery by UPS of this stock item. Custom widths are available. The Single Fold Wheelchair Ramp includes a lifetime warranty.
These ramps are all their full length and fold in the middle to half their width to accommodate ease of storage, however, the longer the ramp you need, the more cumbersome they are to transport. We recommend these ramps for steps with 2-10 inch rise. Whenever a ramp over 6 feet in length is needed, multifold ramps should be considered. For example, a 6 foot single fold wheelchair ramp being carried is 6 feet long and weighs 28 pounds, whereas a 6 foot multifold wheelchair ramp is 3.2 feet long and weighs 35 pounds. This is much easier to carry, store in a vehicle, and maneuver in tight places. We simply offer this as a recommendation and we do carry a full compliment of single fold ramps at our guaranteed lowest prices!
Portable Wheelchair Loading Ramp
Lightweight, easy to handle and set up
Folds in half, carries like a suitcase
Durable welded aluminum fabrication
30" wide platform provides excellent stability
Anti-slip high traction surface
Accommodates wheelchairs and scooters with various wheel configurations
I had foot surgery and needed 2 ramps for the outside of my home to use the knee scooter to access my house. I originally ordered a 3 foot and 4 foot ramp, based on the chart provided on the website, based on the recommendation of the customer service person. When I got them, I felt they were too steep for me to feel safe. I contacted customer service, explained my discomfort and wish to order two 6 foot ramps instead (that was the recommendation of my occupational therapist originally). Customer service were GREAT! -- they ordered the 6 foot ramps, and since they had recommended the shorter ramps, then send me shipping labels to be able to return the original 3 and 4 foot ramps free of charge. I was so surprised at the wonderful level of customer service.
The ramps themselves are of good quality, set up easy, are fairly lightweight, are sturdy, and have a rough surface so that if it becomes wet there is something for the scooter wheels to "grip" onto. My only caution is that the on-line sizing chart is not very conservative -- when I actually got the ramps it came with a sizing chart that had a range of sizes for a given rise. So depends on your situation and how comfortable you feel within that range. My OT recommended 1 foot of ramp for every 1 inch of rise, which is what I ended up using.
5 StarsGreat buy!
Laura from TX wrote (January 15, 2015):
We bought this ramp for our company so we can move a dolly up onto a landing with a step. The foldup ramp is fantastic. It's light enough that all of the girls in the office can use it with ease. It's been very durable and the nonslip surface is essential in moving the dolly up and down the ramp. It's a great buy!