FlexiRail | Mobility Networks Group

FlexiRail

This precision solution combines the installation ease and speed of aluminium flooring systems, with the lightweight construction and low cost of traditional aluminium rails.

Mobility Networks FlexiRail is a highly durable, lightweight solution that is available in either single or double rails configurations. This flooring solution is ideal for all M1-M3, flat floor accessible vehicles and provides versatile positioning of wheelchair tie-downs and adapted vehicle seating. FlexiRail delivers a safe surface to reconfigure seating within a vehicle and alter the position of wheelchair passengers where required.

Its straightforward design ensures faster installation than wooden flooring systems and rails. FlexiRail can be supplied with securement extrusions drilled for quick release seating systems or non-drilled for static seat fixtures. Precision, anti-slip floor infills between rails provide a highly robust, seamless surface and FlexiRail is suitable for short, medium and long wheelbase vehicles.

As with all Mobility Networks’ products, FlexiRail has been stringently tested so it complies with all European safety requirements. All rails are fully universal in terms of seat fixings and wheelchair restraints so total flexibility is assured.

Benefits:

  • Weight saving and non-corrosive, composition aluminium construction
  • Safe, durable and compatible with all flat floor M1-M3 vehicles
  • Fast, efficient installation
  • Fully universal design suitable for all wheelchair tie-downs and adapted seat fixings
  • Installation available by skilled Mobility Networks engineers in certain regions – contact Mobility Networks for further details

Features/technical specification:

  • Single and double rail versions available
  • Available in 2670mm, 3265mm, 3700mm, 4300mm and 4700mm standard lengths with bespoke sizes available
  • Advanced, lightweight composite aluminium
  • Drilled extrusions or non-drilled option

Safety compliance:

  • Meets Directive 2001/85/EC and Regulation No.107 UN/ECE
  • ISO 10542 - conformity with wheelchair restraint legislation
  • ECE R14.07 - relating to the strength of seats and wheelchair anchorage points