PVI Prairie View Industries Standard Threshold Ramps


Sale price$69.00 Regular price$100.00


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  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Designed for Doorways that Swing In
  • Holes Punched in Top Corners for
  • Easy Installation
  • Lightweight, Durable Aluminum
  • Anti-Slip, High Traction Surface
  • Hardware Provided to Secure Ramp to Surface


Item Number Length Width Threshold Height Weight Capacity*
THR832 8" 32" 1/4" – 1/2" 3 lbs. 600 lbs.
TH1032 10" 32" 1/2" – 3/4" 4 lbs. 600 lbs.
TH1232 12" 32" 3/4" – 1 1/2" 5 lbs. 600 lbs.
TH1632 16" 32" 1 1/2" – 2" 6 lbs. 600 lbs.
TH1636 16" 36" 1 1/2" – 2" 6 lbs. 600 lbs.
TH2432 24" 32" 2" – 4" 12 lbs. 600 lbs.
TH2436 24" 36" 2" – 4" 15 lbs. 600 lbs.

* Maximum Ramp Capacity: 300 lbs. Single axle – 600 lbs. Two axles.


1. Always have a qualified assistant present when using any portable ramp.

2. Never exceed a slope greater than 2" on 12" with an occupied chair or
scooter. Never exceed a slope greater than 3" on 12" with an unoccupied chair or scooter.

3. Always make sure that top of ramp is secured on step or landing before
It using. It may be necessary to anchor top of ramp to landing surface with steel security pins provided.

4. Make certain there is adequate head clearance prior to loading an
occupied chair or scooter into a vehicle.

5. Always follow manufacturer recommendations for chair or scooter.

6. Always use your lap belt.

7. Slope Recommendations:

    1:12 SLOPE
            l. The ADA recommended slope for long (up to 30') home and commercial ramps.
            2. Works for most strong, unassisted manual chair users, although PVI always recommends assistance.

     2:12 SLOPE
           1. Maximum acceptable grade for portable ramp use by occupied
chairs and scooters with a qualified assistant.

     3:12 SLOPE
           1. For loading unoccupied chairs and scooters.

           1. PVI does NOT recommend.

To determine the length of ramp for your application, first you will need
to determine the rise. The rise is the vertical measurement between the
ground and where the top of the ramp is going to sit.

Prairie View Industries recommends NOT to exceed a 2:12 slope on
most applications. Some ramps may need to meet ADA (1:12 slope)
requirements that are specified by your state. If your rise is over 24", please
contact your local dealer about our modular ramp system.

To find a 2:12 slope, take total amount of rise and divide by 2.

If you have a 12" rise, divide by 2 and the resulting number would be the length of ramp which is required in feet or you would need a 6' ramp.

A 1:12 slope would require
foot of ramp for every inch of rise.

Note: Consideration must be taken if the ground is not
level and slopes away from the rise where ramp PUE will be placed.

Please contact your dealer for evaluation on these applications.



Step #1 Measure the rise of your application.
Step #2 Determine your maximum slope.*
Step #3 Pick the proper ramp length, based on your selections, in the graph below.


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