Traffic Line Kerb ramps are an important part of making public spaces accessible for people with mobility impairments. They are typically constructed from concrete or asphalt and are used to bridge the gap between a sidewalk and a road. Kerb ramps are designed to provide a smooth transition between the two surfaces, making it easier for wheelchair users, people using mobility aids, and those with other mobility impairments to move around. Kerb ramps also help to reduce the risk of tripping and falling, making them an important safety feature for all pedestrians.
Traffic Line GRP Kerb Ramps are a useful aid in moving loads from one level to another. They are an effective alternative to other materials used as ramps such as plywood, steel, tarmac, concrete etc. plus they have no scrap value, reducing the risk of theft.
Highly suitable for use in areas such as hospitals, delivery drivers, warehouses, airports, storage depots etc.
690mm wide x 1250mm deep x 50mm high
Traffic Line GRP Kerb Ramps are manufactured in bright yellow material with a textured non-slip surface with reflective strips for additional visibility and bolt down points in all four corners.
Compliant with UK and European legislation.
Easy to transport - lightweight construction
GRP Material - no corrosion worries
Non-Slip Rubber Feet