5-Channel Guard Dog ADA Cable Protector for 0.75" diameter cables
$229.99
GD5-ADA

2-4 Weeks Lead Time
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Protect cables and provide a safe crossing for vehicles weighing up to 68,000 lbs per axle and pedestrian traffic through industrial or commercial job sites with the ADA and DDA compliant cable covers. Easily place up to five cords or hoses up to 0.75" in outside diameter into the ramp’s five channels. A hinged lid covers and protects all five channels and Dog Bone connectors allow multiple cable protectors to be linked together to cover long cable runs.

  • Protects cables and hose lines up to 0.75" in outside diameter
  • Withstands up to 68,000 lbs per axle
  • Protects up to five cables and hose lines
  • Lightweight polyurethane construction weighs 24.5 lbs
  • Modular interlocking design with Dog Bone connectors allows multiple units to be connected

These cable ramps were designed to comply with the guidelines set forth by the American Disabilities Act(ADA) and the Disability Discrimination Act(DDA). Five channels protect cables up to 0.75" in outside diameter from being damaged by vehicles or equipment weighing up to 68,000 lbs per axle. A reinforced, hinged lid covers the five channels and makes it easy organize the cables in the channels. Any number of ADA compliant Guard Dog ramps can be linked together to cover long cable runs using their patented Dog Bone connectors. A five-bar tread pattern covers the ramp and lid to provide enhanced traction for pedestrian and vehicle traffic. All Guard Dog cable ramps are proudly made in the U.S.A.

0.75"
68,000 lbs
5
24.5 lbs
Polyurethane
36"
33.312"
1.25"
Dog Bone

Product Features

  • Provides a safe and easy crossing area
  • Maintains a high capacity for heavy equipment
  • Protects cables and hoses with an outside diameter of up to .75"
  • Reinforced hinged lid makes placement easy
  • Patented 5-bar tread surface for maximum traction
  • "Dog-Bone" connectors for extending coverage
  • Proudly made in the USA

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