Portable Trolley Ramp PTR1

 

Portable ramp for tolley and wheelchair access

Our portable and lightweight ramp is a cost effective solutions fortrolleys and wheelchairs to gain acccess over kerbs and steps.

  • Description: Portable trolley ramp.
    Material: Injection moulded durable plastic.
    Finish: Yellow.
    Size: 680mm overall width, 600mm internal width (between rails) x 700mm long.
    Weight: 4.2kgs.
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    BARRIER GROUP PTY LTD
    58-62 Separation Street
    North Geelong Victoria Australia 3215

    AUSTRALIA WIDE TOLL FREE:
    1300 55 33 20

    INTERNATIONAL CALLERS:
    +61 3 5278 8666

    Barrier Group

    Barrier Group is a progressive and innovative Australian company that designs, develops, manufactures and supplies a wide range of workplace safety products, car park solutions, crowd control barriers and forklift separation guardrails for private, institutional and occupational environments. We supply to all major Australian cities Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra, Sydney, Hobart and Darwin and can ship to most overseas locations (conditions apply).

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