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Rubber Floor Ramps

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$37.99 each
List Price: $50.65
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Transitions a taller floor to a lower floor
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Description - Our Rubber Flooring Ramps are constructed of homogeneous PVC and provide safe transitions from one surface to another. Our edging comes in two different sizes, .25” and .375”, and can be used with our 4-6mm flooring or our 7-9mm flooring respectively. These strips can be installed with a polyurethane adhesive and can be cut to fit with a sharp utility knife. Our transition strips are also ADA compliant.
Material – Our ramps are constructed of homogenous PVC plastic.
Color – Black
Length – Both sizes are 12' long.
Width - 2.5" and 3" respectively.
Thickness - .25" and .375" respectively.
Weight – ~3.5 Lbs. & ~4.4 Lbs. respectively
Recommended Uses – Rubber Floor Ramps can be used in any area where there is a difference in height. These strips have been used in homes, gyms, airports, commercial stores, entryways, nursing homes, schools, hospitals and offices.

In Stock - Ships between Jul 18 - 22

Rubber Floor Ramps are very easy to install. Installation instructions are as follows:
  • First, you will need to do is choose the appropriate size for your thickness of rubber. (4-6mm = .25", 7-9mm = .375")
  • Once you have the appropriate size strip, you can insert the rubber into the groove.
  • Next cut the transition strip to fit the desired area and then adhere it to the subfloor with a polyurethane adhesive.

Highlights


  • Come in two different thicknesses: .25" for 4-6mm rubber and .375" for 7-9mm rubber.
  • Each transition ramp is 12' long.
  • Made from PVC plastic.
  • Made in the USA.

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Does it work with the 3/8" Heavy Duty Rubber Rolls? 3/8" is actually 9.5mm and wondering if it will go that large?
Our Rubber Floor Ramps will work with our 3/8" Heavy Duty Rubber Rolls.
Which size should be ordered to use with your 1/4" thick Regrind Rolls?
The size ramp you would use for our 1/4" thick Regrind Rolls is our 4-6mm Ramp. 1/4" is approximately 6mm in metric measurements.
Does The 7-9 mm ramp works with the 3/4" thick rubber mat?
Our 7-9mm Rubber Floor Ramp will not fit on our 3/4" thick rubber mats.
I have 1" Fuji Tatami mats and need to add approx. 40' of transition ramps to stop the mats from shifting forward. How are the rubber floor ramps secured to the concrete floor below?
You can secure our Rubber Floor Ramps to the concrete with double-sided​ tape or with a pressure sensitive adhesive.
What is the best method to cut this ramp material, I am trying to cut 45 deg angles and finding it to be difficult, I tried a miter box and saw but it binds or pinches causing resistance and making it very had to cut.
The best way to cut our Rubber Floor Ramps is to use a band saw. If you don't have a band saw, a sharp utility knife can be used with a straight edge. Several scores will need to be made to get through with this method.

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4.9/5.0

  Nice finishing touch
Self-installed in Home garage
from Gainesville, VA wrote...
Very nice way to edge my rubber tiled garage floor. They would be perfect if they "Latched" onto the tiles instead of needing to be glued.
  Money well spent
Self-installed in Quality Control Lab
Verified Purchase
from Iowa wrote...
Installation was easy and the product is holding up great under VERY heavy traffic.
  Worth it
Self-installed in Home gym
from Montana wrote...
If your laying down rubber floors, it’s worth your time and money to buy the trim.
  Easy, clean
Self-installed in Home Gym
from Ithaca, NY wrote...
These look good and really give the project the finishing touch. Cutting the corners to line up can be a bit of a pain but I have very few tools on hand so I did it basically free hand and it turned out fine, so if you're even a fraction more DIY inclined than I am I'm sure it'll be no problem. That being said, they're cheap enough that it doesn't hurt to order one extra strip just in case you mess something up or end up laying the floor out in a slightly different way that you originally planned.
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