Truck Ramp Rentals from Copperloy | The Best Truck Ramps
Looking for a truck ramp rental? Copperloy has the best, certified pre-owned truck ramp rentals to help simplify your day to day loading and unloading tasks.
Why rent instead of buy? A truck ramp rental is the perfect solution for short-term needs or when making the investment of a ramp is just out of budget. Rental truck ramps provide a high-quality, performance machine for a fraction of the price.
Choose from many rental and certified pre-owned options! To discover a diverse selection of ramp sizes, specifications, and weight capacities, contact Copperloy. Where their team is dedicated to helping you find the solution best for you!
Steel Truck Ramp Rental
- Lengths up to 36’
- Height ranges of 38”-65”
- Widths of 70”, 84”, 96”
- Capacities of 16,000-35,000lbs
Aluminum Truck Ramp Rentals
- Lengths up to 36”
- Height ranges of 38”-65”
- Widths of 70” or 84”
- Capacities of 16,000-25,000lbs
Standard Truck Ramp Features
- 7-inch-tall safety curbs
- Steel Grating for added traction
- Single-Action hydraulic pump for fast rise times
- Position sleeve for 180-degree maneuvers
- Standard 8’ level off for stability and easy truck access
- 15” lip to protect against ramp shifting
Truck Ramp Rentals Safety Tips
While using your truck ramp rental, Copperloy is a resource you can count on. With a goal to provide all the skills and tools for success while using their dock equipment. Find quick tips below!
Know Equipment Capabilities
Made in the USA, Copperloy ramps are engineered for industrial use. Though built with the high-strength metals, everything has limits. Be sure not to exceed maximum load capacity.
Secure with Wheel Chocks
Standard ramp features mixed with dock equipment accessories are the recipe for loading task success. Copperloy accessories include aluminum wheel chocks which prevent dangerous movement during loading. Snug, maximum holding protects against involuntary movements from jolts and shifting.
Unload on a Level Surface
The ground below the ramp should be solid. Ideally, unload on concrete or pavement.
Secure Ramp Connection
The lip of the ramp should be securely resting on the dock or truck. Additionally, connect safety chains when needed.
Transport at Safe Speeds
Operators should not exceed 5mph when using the towbar. Also, it is not intended for long-distance towing. Additionally, the positioning sleeve is meant to adjust and reposition the ramp, not for towing.
Maintain and Inspect Ramp Conditions
Before use, check for signs of rust or damage. For ramps that use hydraulic height adjustment, check hydraulic fluid levels. Then, check the loading dock. It is also important to regularly inspect for cracks, damage and more. Visit the Copperloy website to learn more.