Protecting Cables on the Job
At construction sites and event venues, as well as in other unconventional work environments, large cables, hoses and pipes are often stretched across a jobsite to transport electricity, electronic data, water or compressed air. Just one problem: cables and hoses are extremely prone to damage when they’re continually run over by foot or vehicle traffic..
The best way to protect ground-level cables, hoses and pipes from abrasion and crushing in harsh environments is to cover them up with industrial polyurethane cable protectors, which are built to withstand everything from pedestrian traffic and equipment carts to work vehicles and delivery trucks. Our heavy duty cable bridges are perfect for parking lots, event venues, airports, construction sites, military bases, warehouses, and even mining sites.
For special events and public venues, we offer ADA-compliant ramps and rails, which can be attached to various high-capacity cable covers to create safe, ADA-compliant crossing points for wheelchairs, motorized scooters, strollers and more.
Protecting Cables at Home
It’s hard to imagine home without the electricity, technology and modern appliances that make it so comfortable, but with all of our power cords, kitchen gadgets and home theater equipment, there comes a price: cable clutter.
Cables that run across the floor or sit piled up under desks and behind entertainment centers not only collect dust and look disorganized, but also make it tough to locate specific cords when you need them, and can become a tripping hazard for your family and guests.
Light-capacity cord covers solve floor cord problems in three ways: they route cables in the direction in which they need to go, they help to disguise them against your flooring, and they keep them anchored in place, so that they’re less likely to trip the people walking over them. And best of all, they come in almost any material and finish imaginable, from fabric to flexible plastic to faux wood grain PVC that can be custom-stained to match your hard wood floors.
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