EZ-ACCESS Suitcase Single Fold AS Ramp (Available in 2 to 6 Feet)
The SUITCASE® Singlefold AS Ramp offers a simple and convenient way for wheelchairs, scooters, and power chairs to access vehicles and overcome steps and curbs with ease. The Singlefold AS is a versatile ramp that can be separated into two sections, making it even easier to use, carry, and store. This ultra-strong, aluminum ramp provides the safety and strength required, while remaining light enough to go wherever you go. This folding ramp is recommended for wheelchairs and scooters, and not recommended for those using a cane or a walker. The raised center hinge could be problematic for foot traffic.
Note: Image shown may not represent the length of ramp you are ordering. Order your ramp based on the vertical rise, not the representation of the ramp shown. If you are unsure about the length of ramp needed, please call us at 1-888-516-0077.
Ramp Hinge Separation: By simply removing the two hinge pins, the ramp can easily be separated into two lightweight sections for easier transportation and storage.
- Suitcase Design folds In half and carries like a suitcase. Convenient handle makes it easy to carry and store.
- High Grade Non-Slip Tape covers the ramp for great traction even in rain and snow.
- Proudly Made in the USA
- Self-adjusting bottom transition plates allow for smooth ramp-to-ground transitions. Formed top lip transition plates offer secure placement.
Optional Top Lip Extension (TLE) compatible. The patented Top Lip Extension (TLE) extends the use of aluminum SUITCASE ramps by increasing the standard 3” top lip transition plate to 9”, allowing these ramps to clear the rear bumper of SUVs and vans. Features an extruded slip-resistant surface and is made of aluminum for maximum strength.
Warranty: Limited Lifetime Warranty
To Establish the Proper Ramp Length:
Select the incline you desire. Refer to your equipment’s user guide or individuals capabilities. We start you off with the ADA Standard Ratio of 1:12, but we recommend you confirm with your local/city code.
Measure the distance from the top step/landing to the ground (RISE).
Enter the values in the form to determine your run and ramp length