SafePath Products has been in business since 1994, as D.B.A. of Van Duerr Industries, Inc. and was the first company to patent and produce recycled transition products for the architectural door hardware industry. They assist in meeting and exceeding access code compliance by offering hundreds of economical alternative product solutions to traditional transition modifications. SafePath proudly manufactures ramps, landings, seismic surface transitions, flooring reducers and other industrial and residential products for ADA and access code compliance. All products are made from either 100% recycled rubber or 100% recycled composite materials of the highest quality. These attractive, slip-resistant products are easy to install and offer great economic advantages while providing a safe product solution. Proudly Made in USA!
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Both SafePath Rubber Ramp and aluminum ramps are available in the marketplace. SafePath Products makes incapacity access ramps made solely from the cleansed elastic of reused tires.
Wheelchair threshold ramps have several key advantages over aluminum handicap ramps:
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