The CR2 cable protection ramp is a simple yet highly effective means of protecting essential cables or wires where they are needed most, including car parks, schools, offices etc. These cable protection ramps simultaneously protect up to 2 x 35mm² cables or wires. The built-in lid can be easily flipped open, allowing you to insert the wires while getting immediate protection quickly.
These cable protection ramps are suitable for light traffic areas where vehicle traffic will be minimal while also being ideal for use in offices and other similar places to reduce trip hazards and damage to exposed wires.
CR2 Pedestrian Cable Cover Key Features
Each CR2 cable protection ramp comes with 2 x 35mm² channels, allowing you to protect wires or cables in areas where there may be frequent traffic
These cable protection ramps can be attached end on end, allowing the user to create various lengths of cable protection.
The overall black design of the cable ramp with the highly visible yellow lids ensures that they are seen at all times while they are in use
Where to use the CR2 cable ramps?
The rugged rubber design of these ramps makes them ideal for light traffic, whether it is vehicle traffic or pedestrian traffic. These ramps, however, are not suitable for HGV activity. They are perfect for permanent or temporary use
These cable protection ramps are ideal for placing in environments where cables or wires must be protected from impact or damage. Choose from this, and Pittman delivers a wide range of cable protectors fast.
Total Length: 1010mm;
Total (Excluding Connecting Joint): 990mm
2 x 35mm² channels for wires/cables
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.