3-Channel Guard Dog ADA Cable Protector for 0.75" diameter cables

The most compact top-loading cable protectors on the market, Guard Dog Low Profile ADA/DDA Compliant cable protectors feature extended ramps for a smooth, gradual approach. These polyurethane cable ramps are designed to protect up to three 0.75" diameter cables or hoses from heavy vehicles and industrial equipment weighing up to 54,000 lbs per axle.

  • Protects 0.75" diameter cables and hoses
  • Withstands heavy vehicles and industrial equipment weighing up to 54,000 lbs per axle
  • Three-channel ramp
  • All-weather polyurethane construction weighs 23.4 lbs
  • Interlocking male/female Dog Bone connectors link multiple ramps together
$224.99
CHK-GD3X75-ADA
$22.00
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Already among the most compact top-loading cable protectors on the market, the Guard Dog ADA/DDA compliant three-channel cable protectors feature an extra 16.5" of ramp width over the standard Guard Dog Low Profile three-channel cable protector to further reduce its incline angle. Like the standard model, the ADA/DDA compliant cable protector features three channels capable of protecting cables, cords, and hoses up to 0.75" in diameter. A five-bar tread surface provides traction and interlocking Dog-Bone Connectors allow multiple modular Guard Dog cable protectors to be joined together to cover long cable runs. Ideal for protecting cables at fairs, carnivals, amusement parks, and other general events, Guard Dog cable ramps meet 1996 National Electrical Code requirements (Article 525) for insulating electrical cables and cords.

0.75"
54,000 lbs per axle
3
23.4 lbs
Polyurethane
36"
30.3"
1.25"
Dog Bone

Product Features

  • ADA/DDA compliant ramps
  • Patented 5-Bar tread surface for maximum traction
  • Modular design with integrated Dog-Bone Connectors
  • Easy cable placement with reinforce hinged lid
  • Protects cables and hoses up to .75" diameter
  • Provides safe crossing for vehicle and pedestrian traffic
  • Standard Ramps

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