Ledwell Ramp offers the perfect solution for businesses located in areas with frequent snow, rain, or ice with our All-Weather Movable Loading Ramp. Our durable, heavy-duty ramp is designed with expanded metal over tubing, which provides a safer alternative to wood flooring by allowing water to flow through.
Our standard All-Weather Ramp is ten feet wide, but we also offer a 12-foot-wide ramp to accommodate larger equipment. Ledwell Ramp is highly portable and can be easily moved around the yard with forklifts or an added drop axle option.
Don’t let weather conditions interfere with your loading or unloading operations. Trust Ledwell Ramp’s All-Weather Movable Loading Ramp to deliver a safe and reliable solution in any climate. Contact us today to learn more about our ramp and request a quote!
25′ or 30′ ramp lengths
120″ ramp width
50,000-pound capacity in 10′ area
35″ to 52″ adjustable height
Two adjustable approach ramps
12″ x 19# beam main members
6″ Jr. I-Beam cross members on 12″ centers
Heavy gauge expanded metal over steel tubing
Anti-skid traction material
Painted safety yellow
Make your heavy-duty Loading Ramp last longer with these key operational procedures.
To get started, walk around the entire ramp to inspect the following: Safety Chains, Flooring, Landing Gear, Rear Tail Plate, and Loading Flaps. Make sure the ramp is on level ground.
Load on to a dock:
Raise all center stabilizer(s) clear of the ground, ensuring that the ramp is resting on the front stabilizer and the rear tail plate.
Using the front handle, adjust the front stabilizer to the desired level or have a Solar Lift Ramp use a toggle switch.
The leading front edge of the ramp deck must be level with the platform deck.
Load on to a trailer:
Back your trailer up to the ramp until the trailer’s rear fits flush against the leading edge of the ramp.
Set the parking brake. Chock the wheels. Dump the air in the trailer suspension.
Adjust front stabilizers to make the ramp’s leading-edge level with the trailer.
Secure the trailer to the ramp with the safety chains.
Using the back handle(s), adjust all center stabilizer(s) until feet rest firmly on the ground.
Before loading, walk around the entire ramp to inspect the following: Stabilizer feet rest firmly on the ground. The deck’s front is level to the ground and will meet level with the trailer’s rear.
Load Equipment and remember to set the parking brake.
Repeat as needed
Your 25 foot Loading Ramp is rated at 50,000 pounds in a 10 foot span.