PVI OnTrac Wheelchair Ramp with Handrails
OnTrac solid wheelchair ramps are suitable for use outside (or inside) for people who require a handrail. They are made of rust free Aluminum.
- Ramps are welded in 4’, 5’, 6’, 7’, 8’ and 10 ft long lengths
- Easy modular installation, the unit arrives flat packed.
- Durable and weather resistant
- Features 2” Curbing
- Slip resistant grooved aluminum surface
- All aluminum construction
- Little or no maintenance
- Manufactured in the USA
|Model Number||Size L x W||Aprox Weight||Weight capacity*||Main sections|
|XPS436||122 x 91.5 cm 4′ x 36″||27 kg||385 kg||One|
|XPS536||152 x 91.5 cm 5″ x 36″||31 kg||385 kg||One|
|XPS636||183 x 91.5 cm 6″ x 36″||40 kg||385 kg||Two|
|XPS736||213 x 91.5 cm 7′ x 36″||45 kg||385 kg||Two|
|XPS836||244 x 91.5 cm 8′ x 36″||50 kg||385 kg||Two|
|XP1036||305 x 91.5 cm 10’x 36″||57 kg||385 kg||Two|
* Maximum ramp capacity 192.5 kg (one axle) 385 kg (two axles)
Manufactured in the United States
|2 main section On Trac Ramp from 6ft to 10ft long >>>>>>|
Roland Priestley Mobility Centre can arrange delivery and installation within Sydney Metro. Please contact us with the site details for a quotation.
Shipping is available Australia wide, please contact with your Town/Suburb and postcode for a delivery quote.
Pick up from our Hornsby warehouse is also available. To pick up you will need a van, ute, large SUV or trailer especially if you are purchasing the larger sizes. If you are self installing, the ramp needs assembly and it needs to be secured to the floor at the handrail footings as shown in the above photos. Installation can be performed by any handy person, instructions and hardware is provided.
One main Section On Trac Ramp PDF assembly instructions CLICK HERE
Two main Section On Trac Ramp PDF assembly instructions CLICK HERE
When considering a ramp please consider Australian Standards recommend:
- When the overall height is no greater than 35 mm the max gradient is 1:8
- When the overall height in total under 19 cm the max gradient is 1:10
- When the overall height is greater than 19cm in total the max gradient is 1:14
Australian Standards apply to public buildings and are not compulsory for private properties, the standards are more complex than what is stated above, this information above gives you a very basic understanding. Australian Standards outline the minimum gradient requirements for ramps in public buildings. The Standards provide a guide and in some cases it may not be possible to provide a ramp that meets the guidelines. Roland Priestley Mobility does recommend you consult a Occupational Therapist when considering a ramp for your application.