4-Channel Yellow Jacket Cable Protector for 1.25" diameter cables

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Protect up to four 1.25" diameter cables, hoses, or cords from damage with this heavy-duty cable cover. The Yellow Jacket cable protector is perfect for providing a safe passage over vital cords for vehicles, pedestrian traffic, heavy trucks, and forklifts weighing up to 32,600 lbs per axle. The cable ramps are great for industrial environments and warehouses. A heavy-duty five-bar tread pattern surface provides maximum traction for vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

  • Protects cables or hoses up to 1.25" in outside diameter
  • Supports heavy vehicles and industrial equipment weighing up to 32,600 lbs per axle
  • Four-channel ramp
  • All-weather polyurethane construction weighs 23.5-lbs
  • Interlocking male/female Dog Bone connectors link multiple cable ramps together

The Yellow Jacket covers are designed to maximize safety around industrial, commercial, and public settings. These covers protect cables that run across high traffic areas while minimizing potential tripping and electrical hazards. A hinged lid makes it easy to place and remove cables during setup and tear-down. The yellow lid protects up to four cables with outside diameters up to 1.25". These four cables are housed in four separate channels that are located just below the lid. The surface contains raised diamond treads that provide solid footing and vehicle traction in icy or wet conditions. Each section features built-in Dog Bone connectors that link additional four-channel Yellow Jacket cable protectors to cover long cable runs. All our Yellow Jacket cable covers are proudly made in the USA.

32,600 lbs per axle
23.5 lbs
Dog Bone

Product Features

  • Diamond-shaped tread for maximum traction
  • Hinged lid for easy cable access
  • "Dog-Bone" connectors for extending sections
  • 4 channels hold cables up to 1.25" in outside diameter
  • Indoor and outdoor use
  • Durable Durethane® polyurethane construction


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