12 ft wheelchair ramp kit - roll a ramp
Wheelchair ramps facilitate access for people with disabilities or mobility issues to buildings, vehicles, and other spaces. They are usually lightweight, portable, and easy to use, making them an essential tool for those who use wheelchairs or mobility aids.
The ADA recommends a 1:12 slope for wheelchair ramps, meaning for every inch of elevation, there should be 12 inches of the ramp. This slope is gentle and accessible for all users.
Manually assisted or powered wheelchairs typically use ramps with a 10-degree slope, while the maximum recommended slope for power wheelchairs or strongly assisted manual wheelchairs is 12 degrees.
12-Foot Long Ramp Rise to Length Chart:
|Ramp Height to Length||
|Rise (inches)||Ramp Length||Ramp Length||Ramp Length||Ramp Length|
|12"||12 FT||7 FT||6 FT||5 FT|
|17"||17 FT||12 FT||9 FT||8 FT|
|18"||18 FT||13 FT||10 FT||8 FT|
|22"||22 FT||14 FT||12 FT||10 FT|
|23"||23 FT||16 FT||12 FT||10 FT|
|24"||24 FT||17 FT||13 FT||11 FT|
|26"||26 FT||18 FT||14 FT||12 FT|
|27"||27 FT||19 FT||14 FT||12 FT|
|28"||28 FT||19 FT||15 FT||12 FT|
If you need a different ramp size, then go HERE. Contact us if there is a ramp size you're looking for that is not shown.
Kit includes an aluminum Roll-a-Ramp, steel upper load-bearing plate, support stands, quick disconnect pins, and two 5' long rails. Handrails only cover one side.
Please contact us with questions, and our customer service team will gladly discuss your situation.