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The DECPAC® Senior ramp is designed without edge barriers, to be used where the doorway is narrower than normal (less than 800mm), or to offer a less expensive ramp solution for loading unoccupied powered wheelchairs into the rear of a Car or Van.
The DECPAC® EBL (Edge Barrier Limiting) model has been developed and tested with the assistance of Wheelchair users and healthcare professionals to give wheelchair users more Independent access to shops, offices, government buildings and public transport.
The Edge Barrier (50mm high) is designed to prevent wheelchairs steering off the edge of the ramp, especially important on the longer models
The Personal is a small lightweight ramp which can be supplied with its own carrying bag.
The low weight enables it to be carried on your shoulder (like a rucksack) or hooked on the back of a wheelchair!
This portability means it can be used wherever easy access is required - in the home, at the workplace or even in the street to overcome a road kerb or shop entrance step!
The Multi-Purpose ramp is a longer, wider variation of the Personal model, but its light weight makes it just as portable.
The extra length and width make this model more versatile and can enable wheelchair users to climb larger steps and higher kerbs.
This purpose-made carrybag is designed to carry Personal and Multi-Purpose ramps securely and safely, either on your shoulder or attached to the wheelchair.
The heavyweight waterproof material helps to ensure the ramp stays dry and in good condition for when it is required.
To cater for the growing needs of the Transport sector, we now have FOUR DECPAC® ramp models which meet the EU (R107) and DDA (2004) requirements for access ramps used on Buses, Trams and Trains.
All 4 models, EBL900 WIDE; EBL120 WIDE, EBL 135 WIDE and SENIOR 120 WIDE, are 860mm wide and have the option of being fitted with a DECPAC® Wedge nosing top and bottom, designed to minimise the lip height when leaving the bus or train via the ramp.