From standard access ramps to Bespoke special requirements there is a Felix solution for you

Allowing easy access for all your users is an important requirement. Felix Design not only provide standard ramps for our staging products, but we can also build to your own specific requirements.

Felix Design Ramps are constructed to achieve access to any given height of an area and normally a stage. Ramp Units are manufactured in one, two or three sections depending on the gradient.
Our Lightweight Ramps are usually supplied as single box units fully carpeted on the top and sides. For the Performance Range Ramps they are available in two or three sections. The first as a ‘box’ section the remaining segments have demountable subframes and associated décor plinths. All the Individual sections are locked together with the Toplok linking system.
The maximum gradient is usually set at 1:6, which is 2440mm length up to 457mm high stage. However, any gradient can be arranged and any size or length can be made

Although our standard ramps are designed to fit our Performance and Lightweight stage ranges. We also offer a bespoke service in which we can build a ramp for your own special requirements. In particular we were asked to supply ramps for the London 2012 Paralympic games.

The fitting of an inlaid carpet surface has always been a standard feature which has made Felix Staging individual and distinctive. The full range of colours available are extensive and we can arrange for a colour swatch to be sent to you. Alternatively, clients own free issue carpet can be fitted to the staging prior to dispatch from our factory.

Drama tops are painted in a selection of colours or left unfinished ready for DIY.

Becoming more and more popular is a vinyl finish which is inlaid in the same way as carpet to give a surface to your stage

All Felix Products are available with the complete range of accessories of Décor Plinths, Step Units, Ramps, Safety Rails and Storage Trolleys and these can be found by clicking HERE



Sep 21, 2015 | Posted by | Comments Off on Ramps