Protect master stream hoses or supply lines with these industrial-strength ramps. A 20,000 lb per axle capacity make them ideal for fire engines or other vehicles with supply lines in high traffic areas. Multiple hose ramps can be fixed together with the included connectors for protecting longer sections of hose. Available in two sizes for 3-3/4"D or 4-1/2"D hose lines.
Safely directs vehicles weighing up to 20,000 lbs. per axle over dual master stream line channels protecting both the vehicle and the service hose. Constructed from industrial strength thermoplastic rubber and features integrated reflective yellow safety strips.
DH-HR series hose ramps allow vehicles weighing up to 20,000 lbs per axle to safely and smoothly transition over two master stream or supply lines. The hose protector ramp directs vehicle tires over the hose line to a center support, then over the second hose line back to the road surface. Each hose ramp can be placed side by side and fixed together with the included connectors, perfect for protecting longer sections of hose. Includes integrated safety yellow reflective strips on both sides for either approach. Ideal for fire engines and fire protection vehicles with supply lines or master stream systems in high traffic areas. Greatly reduces the chances of hose bulges from heavy vehicle traffic. For prolonged reliability, it's recommended to place Hose Ramps at a 30° angle to the flow of traffic to allow vehicles to cross one tire at a time. Two versions are available, the DH-HR-3 for 3-3/4" diameter hose lines and the larger DH-HR-5 for 4-1/2" diameter hose lines. *Please note: Vehicles using the DH-HR-3 must have 4" or greater clearance, and those using the DH-HR-5 must have 5" or greater clearance for proper use. Made with industrial strength thermoplastic rubber great for outdoor and indoor use. Includes a one year Manufacturer's warranty.
5 Stars totally satisfied
chris from VA wrote (May 20, 2015):
hey i got 3 sets of these to protect a 4000 psi jetter hose. i use them in a lot of parking lots cuz people just dont care about my hose