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EZ-ACCESS Ramp Comparison

What are the differences between the EZ-ACCESS wheelchair or scooter ramps?
What are the differences between EZ Access Trifold Advantage Series ramps?

What are the differences between the EZ-ACCESS wheelchair or scooter ramps?

Each of the EZ ACCESS wheelchair or scooter ramps have their own advantages. The charts below are a partial listing of product features. Click on the wheelchair or scooter ramp name to get more information about that product. Feel free to call Vitality Medical at 1-800-397-5899 or e-mail us at [email protected] if the website doesn't all of your questions.

 
Roll-Up Ramp
Telescopic Van Ramp
Modular Ramp (with handrails or without rails)
Use
steps and raised landings
doorways, raised landings, sliding glass doors
doorways, raised, landings, sliding glass doors
steps, vans curbs
5' and 6' models for vans; all models steps and curbs
steps, vehicles, raised landings
minivans, steps, raised landings
Long distances beyond what portable ramps can reach.
Features
storage bag, collapseable aluminum rails
Anodized steel, easy installation
Can be trimmed to fit; pre-drilled holes can secure to a surface
lightweight, most compact
folds in half to be carried like a suitcase; made of aluminum; non-skid surface
Separates into two sections that can be earned in each hand
Non-skid surface
move and change as needed; bariatric compatible; heavy-duty steel great for outdoor use
Length
3"
6 1/2" to 32 3/4"
24"
extends to 3', 5', 7'
2', 3', 4', 5' ,6'
2',3',4',5',6'
Between 27-58"
4', 6', 8', 10'
Width
30"
34"
48"
6 1/2"
29"
29 3/4"
29"
36"
Weight
16 lbs.
3-19 3/4 lbs.
18-49 lbs.
17 lbs. per rail.
11-36 lbs.
12-30 lbs.
27-58 lbs.
Varies
Weight Capacity
600 lbs.
600 lbs.
600 lbs.
600 lbs.
600 lbs.
800 lbs.
800 lbs.
850 lbs.

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What are the differences between EZ Acces Trifold Advantage Series ramps?


Trifold 5 Trifold 6 Trifold 7 Trifold 8 Trifold 10
Use
Curbs, 1-2 steps, some minivans
Curbs, 1-3 steps, minivans
1-3 steps, minivans, full-size vans
2-3 steps, minivans, full-size vans
2-4 steps, minivans, full-size vans
Length
5'
6'
7'
8'
10'
Width
29 3/4"
29 3/4"
29 3/4"
29 3/4"
29 3/4"
Weight
16 X 2(32)*
19 X 2(38)*
22 X 2(44)*
25 X 2(50)*
30 X 2(60)*
Weight Capacity
800 lbs.
800 lbs.
800 lbs.
800 lbs.
800 lbs.


* The Advantage Series ramps can be separated into two sections and carried individually. Total weight listed in parentheses.

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Which wheelchair or scooter ramp should I get?

The right wheelchair or scooter ramp depends on the conditions in which the ramp is used. For outside ramps, a heavy duty, aluminum ramp is a good choice because they are weather-resistant and sturdy. For ramps meant to be used with vans or ramps meant to be used in places that require varying length, use a telescoping wheelchair ramp. Telescoping wheelchair ramps are adjustable in length, although there weight capacity is slightly less than other wheelchair or scooter ramps. Another option for wheelchair ramps that must be moved constantly is a suitcase wheelchair ramp. These modular wheelchair ramps fold up into one or two suitcase-like packages that can be carried easily with an included handle. In some situations a full wheelchair ramp may be too much. Doorways, raised landings and sliding glass doors can all benefit from a threshold wheelchair ramp. These ramps are made of durable aluminum or rubber, and despite their small size, can hold up to 600 lbs.


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Sources

EZ ACCESS (Homecare Products Inc.)

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