Flat Panel Ramp for Building Access

A non-folding alternative to our versatile Portable Building Wheelchair Ramp.

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An effective, safe portable access ramp solution for commercial, local authority, and domestic use.

The Flat Panel Ramp is a non-folding, lighter version of our popular Portable Building Ramp, ideal for providing temporary ramp access when storage space is not an issue. The Flat Panel version of the folding wheelchair access ramp is suitable for a range of industries and sectors, including community equipment stores, commercial and retail premises, hospitality premises such as bars, restaurants, and coffee shops, as well as domestic use.

Instant compliance

The Portaramp Flat Panel Wheelchair Ramp is made from durable aluminium, and its strong yet lightweight design makes it a perfect portable ramp solution. Simply drop it into place to make your business or premises Equality Act compliant, and use the in-built handle to store it when no longer needed.

Portable wheelchair ramps are an ideal alternative to expensive fixed concrete, timber or metal ramps, Portable ramps allow smooth, unimpeded access to shops, public areas, modular buildings and more, without the need to amend the structural footprint of your building.

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Safe access for all

As with all our Portaramp portable ramps, the Flat Panel Ramp includes a slip-resistant design and visible painted coating, maximising safety for users and those who are able-bodied. Portable ramps are one of the most effective ways to ensure safe access for all to your buildings.

The Flat Panel Ramp is available in standard lengths between 500mm to 2500mm. Alternatively, we can manufacture to your requirements.

Flat Panel Ramp for Building Access

Fully compliant portable access ramp
Lightweight, non-folding design
Non-slip design allowing semi-permanent use
Premium materials ensure durability

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