Cross-Guard Modular ADA Cable Ramps

Works with the Guard Dog 3 channel drop over cable protectors to create an ADA compliant ramp system. Cross-Guard ADA ramps provide a gradual slope for vehicles, pedestrians and wheelchairs while still allowing access to cables and cords inside the cable protector.

$509.99
CPRP-3GD-DO-BLU
$28.00
In Stock. Ships Directly from Manufacturer.
USA
Ramps for model# GD3-DO
(2 Ramps & 4 Connectors)
36" (914.4 mm)
21.88" (555.75 mm)
2" (50.8 mm)
40 lbs (18.1 kg)
20,150 lbs
40,300 lbs
-40°F to 120°F (-40°C to 48°C)
Polyurethane (UV stabilized)
Safety warning symbol molded into lid

Summary

Works with the Guard Dog 3 channel drop over cable protectors to create an ADA compliant ramp system. Cross-Guard ADA ramps provide a gradual slope for vehicles, pedestrians and wheelchairs while still allowing access to cables and cords inside the cable protector.

Detail

Create a customized ramp system with these modular ADA cable ramps and Guard Dog 3 channel drop over cable protectors. Cross-Guard ramps are manufactured to meet ADA and DDA compliant specifications. The ramps provide a gradual slope that ensures a safe crossing for pedestrians, wheelchairs, carts, forklifts and vehicles. The surface is molded with a slip-resistant tread pattern for traction and safety warnings.

Please Note: These ADA compliant ramps are specifically designed to only work with the Guard Dog drop over 3 channel cable ramp and use with any other ramp can result in product failure or injury. Cable protectors and rails sold separately.

Product Features

  • Patented ADA and DDA compliant ramps
  • Easily connects to cable protectors
  • Gradual slope ensures a safe crossing
  • Slip-resistant surface is molded with safety symbols
  • Allows access to cables and cords inside cable protectors
  • No tools required for setup
  • Made in the USA

Works With

Warning and Usage Guidelines

  • Use with any other ramp can result in product failure or injury
  • Cable protectors and rails sold separately

Documents

Instruction Manual

Review Summary