5-Channel Grip Guard Cable Protector for 1.25" diameter cables

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Minimize tripping hazards and protect cables up to 1.25" in diameter with this lightweight Grip Guard cable protector that, remarkably, weighs less than 13 lbs! This all-weather polyurethane cable ramp features five channels and a reinforced, hinged lid to protect cords or hoses from traffic weighing up to 10,000 lbs per axle. This modular cable ramp’s interlocking design features ergonomic handles that make the ramp easy to transport and ideal for use in most public entertainment venues, light commercial, and utility applications where cable protection is needed.

  • Protects cables and hose lines up to 1.25" in diameter
  • 10,000 lbs per axle weight capacity
  • Protects up to five cables or hoses
  • Lightweight 12.75-lb all-weather polyurethane construction
  • Gripper connectors allow multiple units to be interlocked

Protect and manage up to five cables or hose lines in light commercial settings while minimizing tripping hazards with these Grip Guard cable protectors from Checkers Industrial Safety Products. An all-weather polyurethane construction gives this cable ramp the strength to protect electrical cords from damage caused by equipment weighing up to 10,000 lbs per axle, yet the ramp itself weighs less than 13 lbs! The Grip Guard cable protector features five 1.25" diameter channels and a hinged lid that make it easy for you to organize hoses, cables, or cords. Using the cable ramp's Gripper connectors, you can attach multiple units to cover any length cable run, and the five-bar tread pattern on the ramp's surface provides maximum traction for both vehicle and pedestrian traffic. These lightweight, easy-to-use cable protectors feature recessed handles on the underside for enhanced portability, making them perfect for the entertainment industry and at events such as street festivals, carnivals, and fairs. All Checkers cable ramps and cable protectors are proudly manufactured in America.

10,000 lbs
12.75 lbs

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