Disabled ramp with gradient less than 8%
Ilma’s disabled ramps are modular, hot-dip galvanized steel constructions which can be fitted both indoors and indoors to overcome obstacles such as stairs and low walls.
The ramps can be quickly fitted in any place, even by non-specialists, since the various components are assembled using bolts or quick interlocking systems.
The disabled ramp has a gradient of 8% and also includes:
- maximum load of 400kg/m2
- protective guardrail on all sides with a maximum load of 100kg/m
- the support feet are adjustable up to 20cm in order to fit the ramp better and to help counteract an uneven laying surface.
- intermediate landing
- floors made of embossed non-slip hot-dip galvanised steel profiles (Class A multi-layer flame-retardant wood is available upon request)
The disabled ramp conforms to the D.P.R of 24th July 1996, no. 503 “regulation establishing the rules relating to the removal of physical barriers in public buildings, spaces and facilities” and the D.M of 14th June 1989, no 236 “technical requirements necessary…for the purpose of overcoming and removing physical barriers”.
|Assembly time||2 hours|
|Produced||in Argenta workshops|
|Single component weight||less than 30kg|
|Assembly||does NOT require lifting trucks, ladders or cranes|
|structure||hot dip galvanized steel|
|Adjustable||up to 20cm|
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