Our ADA Ramps provide sturdy equipment that is compliant with ADA guidelines. Planning for the future during COVID-19 is sometimes all we can do to stay optimistic. Especially because ADA ramps help the elderly, who are a vulnerable population for COVID-19. Building a new normal involves learning what ADA ramp guidelines are and finding equipment that fit your needs.
Take a look below at the guidelines:
Express Ramps - ADA Guidelines
- Require a 1:12 ramp slope ratio
- Equals 4.8 degrees slope
- Equals one foot of wheelchair ramp for each inch of rise
- Example: A 30 inch rise requires a 30 foot handicap wheelchair ramp.
- Require a minimum 5' x 5' Flat, unobstructed area at the top and bottom of the ramp
- Require wheelchair ramps to have a minimum width of 36 inches of clear space across the wheelchair ramp.
- Massachusetts and California ADA code now require 48 inches ramp width to be an ADA compliant ramp.
- Require a minimum turn platform size of 5' x 5' and allow a maximum run of 30 feet of wheelchair ramp before a rest or turn platform.
- California ADA ramp code now requires a minimum 6 foot (in the direction of travel) platform size.
- Require ADA Ramp handrails that are between 34" and 38" in height on both sides of the wheelchair ramps.
We'd like to provide a quote for either a straight or switchback ADA ramp design that will fit your needs.
The ramps can be between 0-40'' in height. These are the specific increments 0-12’’, 0-16’’, 0-20’’, 0-24’’, 0-28’’, 0-32’', 0-36’’, and 0-40’’.
They also attach to staging equipment that we provide. The equipment will last for years to come. Contact Us