Kee Access® ramps have been developed to suit all modern disability access standards. Our DDA ramps are built using Kee Klamp fittings and come in a variety of styles and structures. Kee Access® disabled ramps have been developed to ensure businesses and homes are fully accessible for everyone.
Kee Access ramps were designed to be compliant with UK and international accessibility standards. Compliant handrails, widths, and slopes are all standard parts of the ramp's design.
Modularity with Flexibility
Modular sections make the disabled ramp quick and easy to design and install. Kee Klamp fittings allow for simple modifications that will give your ramp a built-in look.
Kee Access disabled ramps are built using Kee Klamp fittings. Kee Klamp has been used to build accessibility and safety railing for over eighty years. Your ramp will last for years without maintenance.
The Kee Access ramp has a more established look than other modular ramp solutions and can be color-matched to your facility to create a perfect fit.
Compliance is the Key with Kee Access®
Our Kee Access ramps were designed to be compliant with UK and international accessibility standards. Compliant handrails, widths, and slopes follow standard regulations.
Conform to the regulatory requirements of Building Regs. Part M for DDA compliance
Manufactured in accordance with BS EN 1562
Made of galvanised cast iron to BS EN ISO 1461
Kee Klamp tubular fittings are galvanised to BS 729 (ISO 1461) and ASTM A153 which can last for years
Kee Klamp fittings are TÜV certified for strength, manufacturing quality and consistency
BS EN 10255 (ISO 65) steel tubes
Robust quality inspection procedure conforming to ISO 9001
To learn more about how to make your building compliant with UK regulations for disabled access and accessible for everyone, including children, the elderly, the disabled and even able-bodied adults, please click here.
Do you need a DDA compliant ramp? Contact us on 01384 632 188
What To Consider When Purchasing a Ramp?
Below are the four primary areas to consider when purchasing a DDA compliant access ramp for disabled.
1. You must provide the proper slope
The access is made easier by a swallower slope. Your local regulations will determine what slope is allowed for a wheelchair ramp. For public access, the DDA requires a slope of 1:15.
2. You must provide the proper clearance for navigation
In the UK, 1200mm is generally considered to be the width of the ramp. The same applies to the space available on a landing that is clear of any door swing paths.
3. You must provide a flat landing for long distances and changes in direction
Every time a ramp changes direction, a flat landing must be provided. Moreover, there must be a landing every 5 meters for a slope of 1:15.
4. Ensure the ramp has grab rails and guardrails
It is important that grabrails are smooth, continuous, and not cold to the touch. A minimum of 1100mm in height should be required for guardrails.
Kee Access® - A Modular Ramp System
Kee Access ramps are modular assemblies constructed from preassembled elements to facilitate a quick installation.
Installation usually starts at the building end doorway or access so that the transition from ramp to building can be seamless – typically a 'flat end' module is used here.
Working from the end, depending on configuration, subsequent modules are assembled onto their neighbouring module in a daisy chain until a safe transition from the raised entry point back to ground level is achieved.
To see the full range of our Kee Access modules and instructions on how to install a disabled ramp, please download the Kee Access Ramp IFU.
Elements that Make Kee Access® Safe
Kee Klamp fittings
Kee Klamp fittings are a fundamental component of Kee Access ramps. Kee Klamp has been used over the last 80 years in handrail construction.
Smooth, continuous handrail can be powder coated to any RAL colour to meet the visibility and “ not cold to the touch” requirements of the Building Regulations.
Vertical bar infill panels
Anti-climb, galvanised premium infill panel can be annexed to any ramp.
Fiberglass mini mesh offers optimum levels of safety, even in freezing conditions.
Edge guard helps the user to move around the access route.
Load bearing feet
Adjustable on-site to fit most ground conditions.
Start Designing Your DDA Ramp Today
To discuss your project or get a free quote please contact us on 01384 632 188 or fill out the form below.
The railing can be colour matched to the property to complement classic or
contemporary structures. The ramp is available in two width sizes (1200mm and 1500mm) to meet a variety of compliance options. Extra safety and convenience include colour contrasted floor panels, a middle “child” rail option and a stair module.
How can I be sure users will be safe?
Kee Access® disabled ramp has been designed and created by professional engineers and is backed by our global network of support. Rigorous testing
to standards has been completed in our test center. Additionally, the Kee Klamp® fittings that make up Kee Access® ramp have a long track record of protecting people and stopping accidents.
How much maintenance is required?
Kee Access ramp requires much less maintenance than wooden or concrete structures and in many cases less than other metal ramps. Kee Access® ramp is made from galvanised steel – this protective coating prevents rust and kills moss. The anti-slip ramp surface has integrated grit and drainage holes to prevent the build-up of water and ice.
How quickly Kee Access ramp can be delivered and installed?
Kee Access ramps are built with standard Kee Klamp® components, so stock availability is generally not a problem. Once the purchase order is received, delivery can be arranged within days. A simple ramp can be fitted within a day. More complex structures for commercial use might take up to a week to install.