Cross-Guard ADA Wheelchair Cable Ramps

Ramp additions make Linebacker 4 & 5 channel cable protectors ADA compliant and provide a more gradual slope for a safe cable crossing. Wheelchair cable ramps are great for use in any public area where accessibility is necessary. The ADA ramps have molded accessibility symbols and raised treads on the surface for safety.

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ADA compliant Cross-Guard wheelchair cable protectors are great for use at fairs, carnivals, amusement parks, or any public area where cable protectors are being used. ADA cable ramps attach to Linebacker 4 channel and 5 channel cable protectors to provide a more gentle slope for better accessibility. The ramps are designed for modular applications which allows for multiple sections to be connected for wider ramp sizes. Wheelchair cable protectors have traction bars and accessibility symbols molded into the surface for safety. Setup is easy and quick with no tools necessary. Available in a blue color for visibility.

Please Note: TheseADA cable protectors are only to be used on the models of cable ramps listed. Use of these ramps on any other cable protector will result in product failure. Cable protectors sold separately.

Cable Ramps for model# CP5X125 & CP4X125 (2 Ramps & 4 Connectors)
21.88" (555.75 mm)
36" (914.4 mm)
2" (50.8 mm)
1.35" (31.8 mm)
1.35" (31.8 mm)
40 lbs (18.1 kg)
Yellow Lid / Orange Ramp
20,105 lbs
40,300 lbs
Safety Warning symbols molded into lid: Trip-Hazard and Electric-Hazard
Polyurethane (UV stabilized)
-40° F to 120° F (-40° C to 48° C)
Reinforced fiberglass
Per ANSI. Z535.3-1991

Product Features

  • All weather polyurethane construction
  • Easy one person installation - no tools required
  • Attaches to one or more cable protectors
  • Molded accessibility symbols and traction bars into the surface
  • For use with specified cable ramps only
  • Made in the USA

Works With

Warning and Usage Guidelines

  • Use with any other ramp will result in product failure


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