Protect pedestrians from loose cables with our black rubber 2 channel cable protector. Dark black color is good for office applications. Made from heavy duty rubber with a skid resistant surface, these cable covers have a 4,000 lb per axle weight capacity so they also can be used in industrial applications. 1 3/8" square channel is perfect for protecting small cables or wires.

  • Made from black heavy duty rubber with a skid resistant surface
  • Two 1 3/8" square channels
  • Each section is 39 5/8" long x 12" wide
  • Low profile - only 1 7/8" high
  • 4,000 per axle rating so appropriate for light industrial use
  • Interlocking male/female system
$45.99
DH-CR-5
$18.00
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1 Year Warranty
2-Channel drop over cord protector
-40°F to 131°F
39-5/8"
12"
1-7/8"
1-3/8"
1-3/8"
2,000 lbs
20 lbs
Black

Summary

Includes 2 channels that are designed to organize and protect cables from damage. The drop over cord protector is constructed from commercial grade rubber and includes a skid resistant surface for traction. Includes a 1 year warranty.

Detail

The drop over cord protector is designed to protect cables from damage and prevent people from tripping on exposed cables. The floor cable concealer is constructed from heavy duty rubber and the modular design allows multiple pieces to be connected to create custom ramps. The cable guard is constructed from heavy duty, commercial grade rubber that has a skid resistant high traction surface. Each floor cable concealer includes a 1 year Manufacturer's warranty against defects. The drop over cord protector does NOT prevent cable wear from below!

Product Features

  • Protects and organizes cables, cords and small hoses
  • Ideal for use in the home, office and commercial settings
  • Constructed from commercial grade rubber
  • Skid resistant, high traction surface
  • Designed to save cables from damage and prevent pedestrians from tripping
  • Modular design allows multiple cable guards to be connected together
  • Includes 1 year warranty

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