- Total Length: 1010mm
- Total (excluding connecting joint): 990mm
- Width: 250mm
- Height: 45mm;
- Weight: 5.65kg
- 2 x 35mm² channels for wires/cables
The CR2 cable protection ramp offers a highly efficient solution for safeguarding cables or wires in areas such as car parks, schools, and offices. The ramps can simultaneously protect two 35mm² cables or wires and feature a built-in lid that can be effortlessly flipped open. This allows for swift cable insertion and immediate protection.
Designed for locations with light traffic, these cable protection ramps are also well-suited for indoor events. They play a pivotal role in reducing the risk of tripping hazards and damage to exposed wires.
Key Features of the CR2 Pedestrian Cable Cover:
- Made from highly durable rubber - suitable for repeated use
- Dual 35mm² channels on each CR2 cable protection ramp provide ample protection for wires or cables
- Seamlessly connect end-to-end with built-in connectors
- Highly visible yellow lids ensure their constant visibility during use
Applications of CR2 Cable Ramps:
The robust rubber construction of these ramps makes them perfect for locations with light pedestrian traffic. It's important to note that these ramps are not suitable for cars or heavy goods vehicle (HGV) activity but are an excellent choice for both permanent and temporary use.
These cable protection ramps are an ideal solution for environments where the protection of cables and wires from potential impact or damage is paramount. When you choose CR2 Pedestrian Cable Covers, you're opting for a reliable cable protection solution. Explore our wide range of cable protectors, available through Pittman.
No, CR2 cable ramps are only suitable for pedestrian traffic and should not be used with HGVs.
For HGVs consider using the HR2 cable protection ramp
CR2s come in a single piece, loose lay format for easy installation, with no permanent fixing required. Each unit will attach end on end with another via the integral male and female connectors.
CR2 ramps help with reducing trip hazards by covering any exposed wires or cables. The sloped edges also help to minimise pedestrian trips as much as possible. If possible, warning signs should be deployed to alert pedestrians in the area.