5-Channel Yellow Jacket ADA Cable Protector for 1.325" diameter cables
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These five-channel cable covers comply with the guidelines of the American with Disabilities Act. The polyurethane cord covers can support heavy vehicles and industrial equipment weighing up to 21,000 lbs per axle and protect up to five cables and hoses up to 1.325" in outside diameter.

  • Protects 1.325" diameter cables and hoses
  • Supports heavy vehicles and industrial equipment weighing up to 21,000 lbs per axle
  • Five-channel ramp
  • All-weather polyurethane construction weighs 21 lbs
  • Interlocking male/female Dog Bone connectors

The polyurethane cable protectors from Checkers Industrial are perfect for protecting cables in high traffic areas around amusement parks, industrial job sites, commercial buildings, construction sites, and events that require quick build and tear-down times. These Yellow Jacket cable protectors contain five channels that house cords, cables, wires, or pipes measuring up to 1.325" in outside diameter. The hinged lid makes it easy to access cables for maintenance and quick removal. A patented five-bar tread is applied to the base and lid to provide maximum traction in wet conditions. The extra-wide ramps are designed to comply with the guidelines of the ADA, or American Disabilities Act, which states that for every 1" rise, a ramp requires 12" in length. An unlimited number of sections can be attached using the male and female Dog Bone connectors located on the long edges. Three color schemes are available.

21,000 lbs per axle
21 lbs
Dog Bone

Product Features

  • ADA compliant ramps
  • All-weather polyurethane construction
  • Heavy duty load capacities
  • Patented 5-bar tread for maximum traction
  • Recessed carrying handle on underside
  • Easy setup and assembly
  • Safety warnings molded into surface
  • "Dog Bone"interlocking connectors
  • Compatible with 5-channel, non-ADA ramps
  • Three available color schemes
  • Made in the USA


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