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EZ Access Transitions Modular Entry Ramp helps people in wheelchairs and scooters gain access to buildings that are otherwise impossible to enter. These ramps work well in any situation where you need a small ramp installed. Also, the modular design allows for the perfect fit to your doorway. Whether you need it installed in your home so you can freely come and go as you need, or you have a building that needs to be more accessible, the Transitions Modular Entry Ramp will get the job done. These transition entry ramps work on doorways up to 6.25 inches high. Simply measure how high you need the ramp to go and then select the appropriate model. It is also important to note that the doorway or entry way must be at least 34 inches wide or the Transitions Modular Entry Ramp will not fit.
In addition, they are made of aluminum with an extruded slip resistant surface design for safety. The aluminum material allows the ramp to not only be lightweight, but also durable. The Transitions Modular Entry Ramp will not rust or corrode giving you little maintenance to perform.
If you ever need to move the Transitions Modular Entry Ramp, that's easy to do with the lightweight design and easy installation. Also, the modular entry design of the ramp makes for easy adjusting for height so the ramp perfectly fits the new location.
If you need a larger ramp system for your building, check out the Pathway Modular Ramp from EZ Access.
EZ Access Transitions Modular Entry Ramp Features and Benefits
- Lightweight, Durable Aluminum Does Not Rust or Corrode
- Extruded Slip Resistant Surface Increases Safety
- Easy to Install
- Modular Design for Custom Fits
- Product Number: TMER1, TMER1.5, TMER2, TMER3, TMER4, TMER5, TMER6
- Material: Aluminum
- Width: 34 Inch
- Height: Up to 6.25 Inch
- Length: Up to 34 Inch
- Weight: Up to 20 lbs
- Weight Capacity: 700 lbs
- Warranty: Lifetime Limited
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Homecare Products Sub Brand EZ Access
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