New lightweight protective grass covering

Dave Saltmanin Parks

New protective grass covering and lightweight ramps

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AccessTest-Flexi_Ramp.jpgNew for IOG Saltex, Bavaria Alusysteme launches its Flexi-ramp. This innovative product has been designed to protect fragile surfaces such as turf, from heavy plant movement.

The Flexi-ramp cuts out all the costs and down-time of patching up turfed or landscaped surfaces after heavy machinery movement across such areas.

Its lightweight all-aluminium construction enables it to be rolled up and moved to its next location with ease.


- avoids surface damage because it reduces the bottom pressing significantly

- anti-slippery for all vehicles

- very light because of aluminium construction

- easy handling

- capable of being put on endlessly

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Technical Details:

Profiles out of Aluminium, connected with chain links

Types 1 2
Length: 2.0m 2.1m
Breadth: 0.60m 0.6m
Loading Capacity (Pair): 6000kg 12000kg
Weight (Piece): 13.5kg 21kg

Bavaria Alusysteme have a complete range of loading ramps. Manufactured in Germany, these ramps are constructed to the highest standards in the industry from premium raw materials and are tested to destruction. From the smallest mower to the largest excavator, we have the loading solution. Whether you are looking to extend your hire range or unload your own vehicles, these aluminium ramps offer an easy to handle, durable, non-slip and corrosion-free surface from which to operate.

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The new range, which we will be launching at IOG Saltex, is cheaper, lighter and easier to clean, whilst maintaining the usual high standard of our products.

All ramps carry a 5-year guarantee and certified load ratings, ensuring the quality and longevity of the products.

For further information please contact: Hans R. Stacey on e-mail

Please visit us at SALTEX, STAND No: V4 (YELLOW AREA)

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