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Kee Access ramps were designed to be compliant with UK and international accessibility standards. Compliant handrails, widths, and slopes are all standard parts of the ramp's design.
Modular sections make the ramp easy to design and install. Kee Klamp components allow for simple modifications that will give your ramp a built-in look.
Kee Access ramps are built using Kee Klamp fittings. Kee Klamp has been used to build accessibility and safety railing for over eighty years. Your ramp will last for years without maintenance.
The access ramp has a more established look than other modular ramp solutions and can be color-matched to your facility to create a perfect fit.
Below are the four primary areas to consider when purchasing an access ramp.
The access is made easier by a swallower slope. Your local regulations will determine what slope is allowed for a wheelchair ramp. For public access, the DDA requires a slope of 1:15.
In the UK, 1200mm is generally considered to be the width of the ramp. The same applies to the space available on a landing that is clear of any door swing paths.
Every time a ramp changes direction, a flat landing must be provided. Moreover, there must be a landing every 5 meters for a slope of 1:15.
It is important that grabrails are smooth, continuous, and not cold to the touch. A minimum of 1100mm in height should be required for guardrails.
Steel, wood, concrete and aluminum are the usual materials considered for access ramps. Each has its own advantages and drawbacks. Kee Klamp® fittings are galvanised to an industry standard and are a fundamental component of our access ramp solution.
Kee Access ramps use tried and tested Kee Klamp fittings for construction
Smooth and continuous handrails can be powder coated for added comfort and aesthetic appeal
Anti-climb, galvanised premium infill panel can be added to any ramp
Fiberglass mini mesh makes the ramp suitable for all weather conditions
Edge guard that guides the user around the access route
Adjustable on-site to accommodate most ground conditions
Ramps and handrails are one of the most effective ways to make buildings accessible. Read about UK requirements for DDA compliant ramps and DDA handrails.
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