CounterMeasures™ customized rubber landings elevate the floor height beside food service counters to comply with federal and state disability access codes.
Multi-family housing facilities with four or more units may require door threshold ramps and wheelchair landings for disability access.
SafePath’s customized disability landing products can incorporate a variety of doormat shapes and styles.
Handicap landings and ramps can be custom made with maneuverable clearing space to accommodate unusual access directionality.
SafePath’s CourtEdge Reducer products bring sporting floor alterations into compliance with ADA and local disability access codes.
When modernized athletic floors are elevated ½ inch or more above the surrounding floor surface, disability access codes require wheelchair-friendly transitions.
SafePath's CourtEdge Reducer system combines ADA compliance with unsurpassed durability, slip resistance, and load weight capacity.
Proper installation of raised wood floors, especially in retrofit projects such as this one, can be problematic when faced with disability access codes. CourtEdge™ Reducers are designed to provide compliance for hundreds of sport floor vertical rise configurations.
CourtEdge Reducer systems can be customized for the removal of vertical floor rises from 1/2 inch to 4-1/2 inches, and pre-cut to wrap around both outside and inside corners.
SafePath's CourtEdge Reducers are manufactured from solid recycled rubber and available in a variety of attractive color options.
CourtEdge Reducer floor transitions can be customized to wrap around corners while preserving the slope and pattern.
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