15' L x 70" W, 12,000 lb. Capacity Bluff Steel Multi-Purpose Yard Ramp

$5,249.99
12MR7015
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  • Manufactured from durable steel
  • 12,000 lb. Weight capacity
  • 8" H curbs on each side for run-off protection
  • Designed for docks that are 17"-30"H
  • Steel diamond deck approach plates on the top and bottom, steel ramp grating for better traction
  • Steel ramp grating for better traction and dirt/debris fall-through
  • Call for custom sizes and weight capacities

The 15-foot long by 70-inch wide Bluff Steel Multi-Purpose Yard Ramp is a versatile option for bridging irregular dock heights and gaps, or for assisting with loading and unloading lower trailers without a lift gate. There are a multitude of occasions that will call for a target height that is one-half or less than a normal dock height, and with this ramp you'll have an option that's ready to go. Manufactured in the same durable steel as the larger Bluff stationary yard ramps, these compact length yard ramp comes with a 12,000-pound weight capacity and has the 8-inch high curbs on both sides to prevent run-offs. Below the upper grating, heavy-duty steel side girders provide sturdy, load-bearing support. Steel diamond deck approach plates at the top and bottom ensure easy transitions on and off, with an added benefit of absorbing the weight impact of the forklifts entering the ramp. These full width approach plates also serve as a turning pad for forklift tires that won't damage the grated portion of the ramp and will help preserve tire life. This ramp has excellent traction as the steel serrated grating on top allows snow, mud and debris to pass right through. This ramp is designed to work best with dock heights that are 17 inches to 30 inches high. If you are looking for a custom size or weight capacity, please give our experts a call at (888) 651-3431 and they will be happy to provide you with a quote.

15'
5' 10"
17"
30"
2,254 lbs.
12,000 lbs.
Steel
8"
5' 4"
Please follow the manufacturer’s suggested instructions for unloading your equipment. Personnel unloading should consider all safety practices to safely unload the unit. When the unit is in use, it must be adequately secured.