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Linebacker® Cable Ramps

Protect Cables & Hoses From Vehicles

Linebacker® Cable Ramps

Linebacker® cable protector with hinged lid provides a safe crossing for vehicles and pedestrian traffic while protecting valuable electrical cables and hose lines from damage in extreme weather conditions and work environments. Modular interlocking design is ideal for use in oil and gas applications, mining, military, and other industrial environments with heavy trucks and forklifts


RAMP STYLE: Hinge Top, Drop Over, & Open Top

AVAILABLE PIECES: Straight, 45° Right, 45° Left, Y, & End Caps

OPERATING TEMP: Black, Orange, Yellow/Orange, & Blue

CHANNELS: 1, 2, 3, 4, 4/5, & 5

How To Choose The Right Type of Wire Ramp

Light Duty & Indoor Ramps
  • Ideal for Home & Offices
  • Intended for Indoor Use Only
  • For Pedestrian & Foot Traffic Only
  • Not Intended for Vehicle Crossover
General Purpose Ramps
  • Ideal for Large Events or Everyday Use
  • Indoor or Outdoor Use
  • For Vehicle & Pedestrian Traffic
  • Uses Include Concerts, Street fairs, Sporting Events, & More
Heavy Duty Ramps
  • Ideal for Rugged Construction Sites
  • Intended for Outdoor Use
  • For Construction & Vehicle Traffic
  • Built To Withstand Heavy Equipment Crossover

What Makes a Ramp ADA Compliant?

To ensure that a wire ramp is ADA compliant, it must adhere to specific guidelines outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Accessibility Guidelines. These guidelines aim to provide accessibility and accommodate individuals with disabilities including those in wheelchairs. Some key guidelines for ADA Compliant Ramps include:

Slope: The slope of the wire ramp should not exceed the maximum allowed slope ratio specified by the ADA. For outdoor ramps, the maximum slope is 1:12, meaning that for every 12 inches of horizontal distance, the ramp should rise no more than 1 inch. For indoor ramps, a steeper slope of 1:8 may be allowed in certain situations.

Clear Width: The wire ramp must have a minimum clear width to allow individuals using mobility devices, such as wheelchairs or scooters, to comfortably navigate the ramp. The minimum clear width for a straight ramp is 36 inches, while a minimum width of 42 inches is required for a ramp with switchbacks or platforms.

Surface: The surface of the wire ramp should be firm, stable, and slip-resistant to ensure safe passage for individuals with disabilities. It should not have any protruding objects or loose materials that could present a tripping hazard.

Transitions: Transitions between the ramp and adjacent surfaces, such as floors or sidewalks, should be smooth and free of abrupt level changes. This ensures that individuals using mobility devices can easily navigate the transition without difficulty or discomfort.

To ensure full ADA compliance, it's recommended to consult the ADA Accessibility Guidelines or consult with a qualified accessibility professional or architect familiar with local regulations.

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