Rail ramps are designed to overcome small obstacles such as curbs or steps. People who move in a wheelchair or electric mobility scooter will be able to overcome architectural barriers with these light and easily transportable ramps.
Mauderer AOK 25/09 superlight folding ramp without kerbsVery Low weight aluminium ramps AOK 25/06. Foldable. No Kerbs.VAT included - Free Shipping749,00€708,15€
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Rail ramps are lightweight ramps that weigh just three kilos per piece.
The rail ramps for people with reduced mobility who have to go in a wheelchair or electric mobility scooter are designed to overcome small obstacles such as steps, low car trunks or curbs. These ramps are light and easy to transport because they do not unfold, but each rail is a single fixed and light piece that is quickly installed.
The slope on the rail ramps
If you are thinking of buying a rail ramp, you have to take into account the slope you are willing to take. The longer the ramp, the lower the incline and the less effort to climb the wheelchair or mobility scooter. In this sense, a good solution to have a longer ramp would be to buy a telescopic ramp, which allows you to unfold it to reach a lower angle of slope.
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