Cross-Guard ADA Wheelchair Cable Ramps

For use with the Linebacker heavy duty 3 channel cable ramps only. Connect the Cross-Guard ADA wheelchair cable ramps to the cable ramps to provide a gradual slope and slip-resistant surface to ensure a safe crossing. Manufactured to meet ADA and DDA compliant specifications.

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Cross-Guard wheelchair cable ramps are manufactured to meet ADA and DDA compliant specifications. ADA wheelchair cable ramps are designed to connect to Linebacker Heavy Duty 3 channel cable ramps to create a modular system that protects cables while providing a gradual slope for pedestrians and vehicles to safely cross over. Cross-Guard ramps are constructed from all weather polyurethane and still allow access to the cables and cords inside the protectors. The surface of the ramps are slip-resistant and molded with safety warnings. Great for use at fairs, carnivals, amusement parks or any public area where cable protectors are being used.

Please Note: These ADA cable ramps are ONLY to be used with the Linebacker HD 3 channel cable ramp. Use of these ramps on any other cable protector will result in product failure. Cable protectors sold separately.

ADA Ramps for model# CP3X225 (2 Ramps & 4 Connectors)
36" (914.4 mm)
21" (555.75 mm)
2" (50.8 mm)
40 lbs (18.1 kg)
Safety warning symbol molded into lid

Product Features

  • Attaches to one or more cable protectors
  • Provides a gradual slope to ground
  • Meets ADA and DDA compliant specifications
  • Still allows access to cables and cords inside protector
  • For carts, forklifts, vehicles with small wheels and heavy trucks
  • Slip-resistant surface for safe crossing
  • Constructed from all weather polyurethane
  • Safety symbols molded onto the surface
  • One person installation - no tools required
  • Made in the USA

Works With

Warning and Usage Guidelines

  • Use of these ramps on any other cable protector will result in product failure
  • Cable protectors sold separately


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