2-Channel Right Turn Guardian Cable Protector for 1.125" diameter cables

45 degree right-turn two-channel cable connector will let you create the proper cable ramp application for your needs. Curves around corners or other obstacles in your facility. Pair with straight and right turn pieces for a safe cable protection solution. For use with two wires, cables and small hoses up to 1.125" diameter. 12,000 lb capacity.

  • Protects hoses and cables up to 1.125" diameter
  • 12,000 lb capacity per axle
  • Two channels
  • Lightweight 4.5-lb heavy-duty rubber
  • Safe interlocking tab holds pieces in place
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When cables need to curve around an object or racking, this right hand turn piece for the Dual Channel Cable Protector protects cables around a 45° bend. The right curve section features the same interlocking connection system as the dual channel cable protector, to hook securely onto the end of it or another turn piece. Like the Dual Channel Cable Protector, each turn piece is has two 28.5mm W x 28.5mm H (1.125" x 1.125") cable channels and a gentle 28° approach angle. Made with a heavy duty commercial-grade rubber base and PVC flap, the cable protector right turn section has a 6,000lb capacity per tire (12,000lb capacity per axle). Includes a one year manufacturer warranty.

1.125"
12,000 lbs
2
7.75"
10"
2"
4.5 lbs
Rubber
Trapezoid
3.25"
3.75"

Product Features

  • Protects two cables around a 45° curve
  • Hooks securely to the Dual Channel Cable Protector with interlocking connectors
  • Dual 28.5mm x 28.5mm (1.125" x 1.125") cable channels
  • Bright yellow hinged safety lid
  • 12,000 lb. capacity per axle (6,000lb capacity per wheel) can support the weight of industrial equipment such as forklifts
  • Gentle 28° incline approach angle
  • Constructed of heavy duty weather resistant commercial grade rubber with a PVC flap
  • Protected by a 1 year manufacturer warranty

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