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Threshold Bridging Ramp 80mm

Threshold Bridging Ramp 80mm

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NRS Healthcare
NRS Healthcare

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Description

This ramp bridges the lip and provides a smooth transit. It is lightweight, with a metallic finish and has a heavily textured surface to improve grip. The product includes rubber strips to prevent slipping and protect the flooring, and has carrying holes for ease of set up and transportation. Product Weight: 3.3kg (15lb) Height 80mm (3in) Length 560mm (22in), Width 700mm (28in).

Helpful advice

Please ensure that you follow the manufacturer’s instructions when using ramps, as if used incorrectly ramps can be dangerous. Portable or temporary ramps should NOT be used as a permanent solution. If you are using portable or temporary ramps please ensure they are securely attached before use. Ramps should only be used if they have raised sides to prevent a wheelchair from coming off. Ramps should always have a platform at the top so that there is a place to stop or start from. If you are taking someone in a chair down the ramp, you should always take them down backwards, if going up the ramp, they should go ahead of you.

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