Channel Ramps

The Ramp People’s channel ramps are the UK’s best-selling wheelchair ramps available on the market. Their ultra-lightweight structure and non-slip surface are used extensively throughout the NHS and healthcare industry. read more

Whilst the channel ramps can be used for wheelchairs, they are not suitable for mobility scooters or electric wheelchairs due to their low ground clearance. The channel ramps for sale with us online can withstand capacities of 400kg; choose between premium of economy channel ramps to suit your needs. 

All our channel ramps come with anodised aluminium kerbs that prevent stains and corrosion, giving you long lasting support, and all of our ramps with a C at the end if their product code are curved, which assists the user with ground clearance. Complete with fold away handles and ergonomic design – you can store your new channel ramps with ease and take them anywhere you need. 


All manufacturing processes are carried out using the very best materials and equipment available 

The non-slip surface on all TRP wheelchair ramps is guaranteed for life. Attaching the ramps is simple and requires no modification of the vehicle being loaded, the step, threshold or car being loaded onto - channel ramps are small, lightweight and easy to handle but are not recommended for mobility scooters or electric wheelchairs due to their low ground clearance.

The Ramp People Wheelchair Channel Ramp Features Include: 

  • Anodised Aluminium Kerbs and Lip Prevent Stains and Corrosion
  • Perforated Anti-Slip Surface or Black Grip Surface
  • Ergonomic Fold Away Handles
  • Unique Lip Design Gives Incredible Grip
  • Unique design offers fantastic versatility

   Channel Ramps 4ft-6ft long

We manufacture several different types of premium channel ramp: Standard, Folding, Telescopic (with and without black grip surface) and Combination.

Please browse our range by clicking images above or by using the menu bar at the top of the page.

The Ramp People are proud members of the BHTA and full subscribe to the BHTA Code of practice.