RM2 Manual Folding Ramp

RM2 Manual Folding Ramp
Address: Polig. Ind. Salelles c/Mestre Alapont
ES08253 S.Salvador de Guardiola
SPAIN
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MASATS S.A.

RM2 Manual Folding Ramp

Advantages

  • A universal concept of easy installation in all kind of vehicles.
  • Mounted in the floor, with a total integration, the RM2 Ramp allows different dimensions, and the personalisation by the client.
  • Total integration in floor level, flush-mounted design.

Description

  • Total weight: 28 Kg
  • Load: 375 Kg
  • Angle aperture: max. 210º
  • Easy maintenance.
  • Made entirely of aluminium and stainless steel.
  • Lockable handle.
  • Proximity switch for folded ramp signal.
  • Non slip surfaces.
  • Vehicles intended for Class I, A.
  • According to regulations UN R107

Masats

Masats is a reference in public transport accessibility systems, including passenger doors and accessibility systems for people with special needs.

With more than 50 years of experience supplying electric and pneumatic door systems to the bus and coach industry in addition to access ramps and lifts for PRM, Masats began supplying products for the railway sector in 2008.

The company stands out due to its innovative technology and because it is customer and service-oriented. Masats supplies products worldwide from its headquarters near Barcelona and to the North American market from its US-based plant.

For more information visit masats.es

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Latest MASATS S.A. News

Advances in the Field of Predictive Maintenance CBM

Advances in the Field of Predictive Maintenance CBM

Masats hosted the Quo Vadis CBM workshop on 20 October and presented the work it's doing in terms of bus door and ramp predictive maintenance.

Masats Appoints New CEO

Masats Appoints New CEO

Masats has announced the appointment of Mr. Ignacio Elburgo as the new CEO of Masats S.A..   

Masats Continues Innovating with The New Sliding Door 028d SLIM

Masats Continues Innovating with The New Sliding Door 028d SLIM

MASATS S.A new electric sliding door, the 028d SLIM, was developed to solve space problems in double decker buses and autonomous vehicles.

Woodall Nicholson Hydrogen Minibuses with MASATS Doors

Woodall Nicholson Hydrogen Minibuses with MASATS Doors

Masats has been chosen to supply advanced electric door systems for the new HYVIA project of hydrogen-powered urban minibus.

The First Hydrogen Bus in Spain with MASATS Doors

The First Hydrogen Bus in Spain with MASATS Doors

MASATS has supplied the doors for the first zero-emissions hydrogen bus recently put into circulation in Barcelona.

New Masats Website Adds New Customer Services

New Masats Website Adds New Customer Services

Masats has just launched its new corporate website www.masats.es and also the US version www.masats-llc.com, featuring new customer services.

20 Gemilang Electric Buses Begin Operating with Masats Doors

20 Gemilang Electric Buses Begin Operating with Masats Doors

20 Gemilang Electric Buses begin operating in Singapore, featuring 3 Masats electric-powered doors for easier and more comfortable access.

Masats Launches the New Inward Sliding Door 029i

Masats Launches the New Inward Sliding Door 029i

The all-new Sliding/Swing Door 029i from Masats brings the gentle movement, speed and safety of sliding doors to inward opening doors.

Masats: KS8 Lift for Coaches

Masats: KS8 Lift for Coaches

Masats expanded its line of lifts with the KS8, a hydraulic lift for high-floor coaches which can be raised up to 1,882 mm.

Contact MASATS S.A.

Use the form opposite to get in touch with MASATS S.A. directly to discuss any requirements you might have.









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