What is the most common yard ramp?
All applications are different and need to be treated as such. The most important component is knowing the total weight that will be on the ramp. Once weight is determined, the capacity of the ramp can also be determined.
What is the width of a Copperloy mobile yard ramp?
The standard widths of our mobile yard ramps are 70″, 84″ and 96″ (custom widths can be fabricated to meet your needs).
How long are Copperloy mobile yard ramps?
Our standard mobile yard ramp is 36′ long and includes an eight-foot level off section on top of the ramp. Depending on the application, we can add length to the ramp.
How long is the level off section on the mobile yard ramp?
On the mobile yard ramp, the standard level off section is eight feet long. We can extend the level off section in certain applications.
Why does Copperloy have an eight-foot level off on the mobile yard ramp?
Mobile ramps have an eight-foot level to provide the forklift greater access to trailers. An eight-foot level off section helps level your forks for pallets at the opening of the truck.
What is the difference between a positioning sleeve and towbar?
Positioning sleeve comes standard on our steel mobile ramps. It is used to get the ramp into position of the trailer. The towbar is used for towing the ramp around your facility short distances (3-5mph max speed). Ramp is not designed for road travel.
What kind of tires are on the mobile yard ramp?
The standard tires are 18″ solid/pneumatic tires. The tires do not require air to fill, are maintenance-free, and have lubricated for life bearings.
Find more answers to common yard ramp questions on our yard ramp resources page or wikipedia.