Portable Wheelchair Suitcase Ramps
Suitcase or bi-fold portable wheelchair ramps are ramps which are specifically designed to be used, folded in half and stowed in a vehicle, taken to another location and used again.
Suitcase ramps can be used, depending on length, for accessing a vehicle, a curb, porch, 1 or 2 steps.
Because they are full width platforms, they can be used for both manual and power wheelchairs or three or four wheeled scooters.<
Suitcase (single fold) Wheelchair Ramps
|EZ-Access Portable Suitcase Ramps|
|EZee Life Portable Suitcase Ramps|
|Invacare Portable Folding Ramps|
|PVI Portable Suitcase Ramps|
|Ameriglide Suitcase Wheelchair Ramps|
|Harmar Suitcase Ramps|
|Pride Folding Ramps|
Portable Suitcase Ramp Comparison Chart
|Lengths Available||2' 3' 4' 5' or 6'||2', 3', 4', 5' or 6'||2, 3, 4', 5 or 6'||3', 4', 5' or 6'|
|Weight Capacity||600lbs (272kgs)||800lbs (364kgs)||600lbs (272kgs)||600lbs (273kgs)|
|Details||More Info.||More Info.||More Info.||More Info.|
Portable Suitcase Ramp Comparison Chart (continued)
|Lengths Available||2', 3', 4', 5' or 6'||3'||2' 3' 4' 5' or 6'|
|Weight Capacity||800lbs (364kgs)||600lbs (272kgs)||600lbs (272kgs)|
|Details||More Info.||More Info.||More Info.|
To meet most accessiblity and building codes in Canada and the ADA requirements in the U.S. a ramp shoud have at lease 12" of length for every 1" of rise. Portable ramps are not required to meet these codes but portable ramp manufacturers recommend a minimum of 6" of ramp for each 1" of rise. To find out what length you'd need for your ramp try our ramp length calculator.