Which length should I order?
For ADA compliance, accessible ramps should be 1:12 ration of rise to run. Therefore, for every 1 inch of vertical rise, the ramp should be 12" long. For example, if your steps are 10" total, you ramp would need to be 120" or 10 feet long. For residential purposes, the ratio can be shorter, 2:12 or 3:12. If you have any questions are aren't sure about the best option, one of our experts can assist you.
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PVI Rear Door Van ramps are built of superior quality with durable welded construction and can support up to 800lbs. Lightweight and easy to set up while still providing excellent stability. Equipped with anti-slip, high traction surface, this ramp accommodates wheelchairs and scooters with various wheel configurations. With spring-assisted design, this ramp can easily operated by one person.
Minimum inside door opening required for this ramp is 34". Minimum requirement for floor to ceiling opening 7' ramp - 37", 8' ramp - 41".
Not compatible with vans that have stow away seating.
||7' x 27"
||8' x 27"
* Maximum Ramp Capacity: 400 lbs. Single axle - 800 lbs. Two axles.
Conversion kit is required if rear door opening contains a threshold. Simply select it as an option above when adding to cart.
Optional Slope Reducer
- Reduces Ramp Slope and Eases Entry
- Lightweight, Durable Aluminum
- Anti-slip High Traction Surface
- Lightweight, Easy-to-handle and Set Up
- For Use with Van Ramp Models VAN727 and VAN827
||24" x 26 3/4"
* Maximum Ramp Capacity: 300 lbs. Single axle - 600 lbs. Two axles.
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