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How to calculate the length of the ramp required
Measure the vertical rise from the door sill to the lowest point your ramp is to end.
Multiply this measurement x 14 and add the level landing size required.
All our ramps are certified to
  • AS 1428.1 - 2009 Design for access and mobility
  • AS/NZ 4586 - 1999 Slip resistance
  • AS 3661.1 - 1993 Slip resistance
  • AS 1170.1 - 2002 Permanent,
    Imposed & Other Loads
  • AS 1170.2 - 2002 Wind Loads
  • AS 1664.1 - 1997 Aluminium Structures
  • AS 1657 - 1992 Fixed Platform and walkways
  • AS 4100 - 1998 Steel Structures
  • Gradient 1:14 minimum, can reach 1:20
  • Handrail height 900mm (1000mm high above 1 metre)
  • Width 1metre clear walkway or and 1.2 metre clear walkway
  • Landings 1.2 metre and 1.5 metre (for additional turning space)
  • 300/500 kg load rating
  • Slip test R10 rating minimum
Warranty
Australian Ramp Systems Pty Ltd, offer a comprehensive ten-year structural guarantee on all Nexus III components when installed correctly in accordance with Australian Ramp Systems installation manual.
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