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Jetland ramps up safety and reliability

As a leading supplier of high-strength, heavy duty loading ramps in Australia, Jetland has an extensive product portfolio designed to help operators get the job done safely.

With a reputation for quality and safety, Jetland ramps are the ultimate solution for businesses looking to improve their loading efficiency and safety standards.

Safety is a top priority when it comes to loading ramps, and the Jetland team has gone the extra mile to ensure their ramps meet and exceed safety standards.

The ramps feature anti-slip surfaces, ensuring maximum traction for vehicles and machinery during loading and unloading. Additionally, they are fitted with safety pins, ensuring the ramp remains securely in place during use.

Jetland loading ramps are also incredibly simple to use. They can be moved and positioned quickly and efficiently, allowing for a seamless loading process. This means businesses can save time and improve their efficiency, ultimately increasing their productivity and profitability.

The loading ramp range spans from a 1 tonne up to a 16 tonne load capacity, and measures from 2m through to 6m in length, decked out to cater for a range of industry requirements. Custom-built ramps are also available to suit clients’ individual needs.

For Jetland, strength and durability are key. Made from high-quality raw materials, Jetland ramps are built to withstand the toughest conditions Australia can throw at them, making them ideal for use in industries such as mining and construction.

Across its different product lines, Jetland provides a comprehensive range, enabling clients to match ramp load capacities and lengths to their specific requirements.

The ramps come in a range of sizes and configurations, making them suitable for businesses of any size. These include:
• A Series – suitable for rubber track machines; available in 2-8 tonne load capacities and 2.5-4.2m lengths.
• B Series – suitable for rubber track, rubber tyre machines; available in 2-8 tonne load capacities and 1.8-3.9m lengths.
• C Series – suitable for rubber track, rubber tyre machines; available in 4-21 tonne load capacities and 2.5-4.5m lengths.
• Jetland’s heaviest duty offering, the D Series, is suitable for steel track, rubber pads on steel, rubber track, and rubber tyre machines, and is available in 2.5-4.8m lengths.

According to Jetland, the D series has recently been upgraded to support much heavier loads, a move that highlights the company’s commitment to innovation.

Designed by Japanese engineers, the D Series now supports up to 40 tonnes, where it was previously only rated up to 21 tonnes – which Jetland says makes it the first 40-tonne rated loading ramp available in Australia.

As well as a wide range of other ramps, including removalist ramps, rolling ramps, and wheelchair ramps, Jetland also offers custom-built ramps, which can be tailored to any specifications for a customer’s particular needs.

When evaluating ramp loading capacity, Jetland says it’s important to consider the machine wheelbase and to choose a ramp with an internal width that is at least 5cm wider than the wheels or tracks of the loaded machinery.

Based in Victoria, Jetland offers free shipping Australia-wide directly to a business address (loading facilities such as a forklift required) or to the nearest depot (information on Jetland’s depot network is available via its website).

Jetland also offers a 12-month warranty with its loading ramps, providing additional peace of mind.

To learn more about Jetland’s range of loading ramps, or to find your nearest delivery depot, visit jetlandramps.com.au.

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