The Premier Compression Ramps.... the first stick down ramp for carpet to hard flooring. Available in 4 heights to be used carpet up to a height of 35mm when used in conjunction with our Easyshims. Alternatively The Compression Ramp can be used for hard floor to higher carpet with no unsightly screws spoiling the surface finish.

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Choice of standard finishes: Antique Brass, Antique Bronze, Brass, Satin Brass.
Choice of specialised finishes: Brushed Chrome, Chrome, Pewter, Polished Nickel and Satin Nickel and Black
Choice of length: 90cm (36"), 180 (71") and 270cm (106")
Choice of profile: Compression Ramp 5mm (Top 14mm, Slope 16mm & Total Width Fitted 31mm approx)
                                           Compression Ramp 8mm (Top 14mm, Slope 21mm & Total Width Fitted 35mm approx)
                                           Compression Ramp 11mm (Top 14mm, Slope 28mm & Total Width Fitted 41mm approx)
                                           Compression Ramp 14mm (Top 14mm, Slope 34mm & Total Width Fitted 46mm approx)

Antique Brass

Brushed Chrome

Polished Nickel

Antique Bronze

Chrome

Satin Brass

Black

Brass

Pewter

Satin Nickel

Care and Maintenance  

Satin Brass and Polished Brass Trims can be left to age (oxidise) for a natural finish. However, to keep the brass looking like new these two finishes will need to be polished from time to time with a propriety brass polish. Ensure that you follow the instructions on the tin and protect your flooring during polishing.

Satin Nickel, Chrome, and Brushed Chrome These finishes will need to be polished from time to time with a propriety metal polish. Ensure that you follow the instructions on the tin and protect your flooring during polishing. 

Pewter, Antique Bronze and Antique Brass  If these finishes become contaminated and marked the only option is to polish them with a propriety metal polish and allow them to age again naturally. Ensure that you follow the instructions on the tin and protect your flooring during polishing.

Vacuum Cleaning. Only vacuum up to the trim edge then use the soft brush attachment to vacuum along the edge of the trim, if not, the steel base plate and plastic wheels of you vacuum cleaner will scratch and mark your Premier Trim.