2 Channel Rubber Cable Channel Hump Protector Cable Ramp
Protect valuable cables and cords from heavy traffic with these heavy-duty cable ramps. These ramps feature a rubber base and hinged PVC lid with diamond tread surfaces for enhanced foot and wheel traction. The protectors have five 1-1/4" channels and can support up to 24,000 lbs. per axle. The PVC lid features safety symbols molded into the surface and bright yellow coloring for higher visibility. On either ends of the ramp are male and female T-connectors, allowing you to connect multiple ramps together to fit your job site needs. Each ramp has holes cut out at the four corners for more permanent applications and comes with a one-year warranty.
- Protects cables and hoses up to 1-1/4" in outside diameter
- Manufactured from durable rubber and weighs 46 lbs.
- 24,000 lb. per axle weight capacity
- Includes 5 channels to easily manage multiple cables and wires
- Interlocking trapezoid connectors allow for multiple cable covers to be connected
- Designed for use at public events, jobsites, warehouses, and more
- Hinged lid protects cables and provides easy cable placement
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How to choose the right cable ramp:
Cable ramps may serve the same purpose no matter what place you're on-to protect cables and create easy maneuverability over and around them-but that doesn't mean all cable ramps are alike. Take a look at some of the defining features to think about when you're prospecting cable ramps for your unique application:
- Channels: This is the number of cable slots that a given ramp can accommodate safely. we have ramps that range from single cable accommodations to up to five cables comfortably. Before purchasing cable ramps for your workspace, make sure to measure the cables themselves before choosing a ramp style and keep in mind that the general rule states that as you decrease the number of cables being accommodated, you'll increase the overall height of the ramp slope itself.
- Weight capacity: Different sites comes with different needs and knowing whether you can drive a forklift over your cable ramp or an entire dump truck can be the difference between creating a safe situation and an impending headache. Keep these weight capacities in mind when thinking about your jobsite and the types of cable ramps you need:
- Pedestrian traffic: light duty, up to 1,999 lbs
- Vehicles: medium duty, 2,000 lbs to 19,999 lbs
- Large Vehicles (forklifts / semi trucks): heavy duty, over 20,000 lbs
- Cable ramps with capacities up to 68,000 lbs per axle are available for jobsites and work environments that are more demanding.
- Material composition: Generally, there are two main materials that are used to create durable cable ramps - polyurethane and rubber. While rubber has always been a standard, innovations have proven polyurethane to be a superior choice for today's heavy-traffic environments because:-
- Connector style: An often overlooked facet of choosing the right cable ramp, connectors are used to secure cable ramps in wider swaths than are manufactured, to ensure total coverage and concealment of cables, wires, pipes, and hoses. Popular styles include T-shaped connectors and a special "dog bone" connector made by manufacturer, Checkers. Connectors have to be consistent between pieces to ensure complete stability and security.