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MightyGuard, Three-Channel, 2" 45-Degree Right Turn

$244.00
ITEM #MG3200-45R
In Stock, Ready to Ship

Key Features:

  • Three 2" rounded channels with 45-degree right turn
  • Measures 30" L x 25" W x 2.5" H
  • Supports up to 15,750 lbs. per tire

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Made In
The USA
Every Elasco product is manufactured in California from high-quality materials.
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Lifetime
Warranty
Against defects in workmanship and materials.
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Polyurethane
Construction
Better strength, durability and longevity compared to rubber, plastic and metal.
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Low
Maintenance
Superior resistance to grease, oil and chemicals without cracking or degrading.
Overview
Specifications
Made in the USA
Length:
30"
Width:
25"
Height:
2-1/2"
Weight:
20 lbs.
Outside Diameter:
2"
Maximum Capacity:
12,250 lbs. per tire
Number of Channels:
3
Material:
Polyurethane
More Information

Three 2" rounded channels with 45-degree right turn. Heavy-duty hose/cable protector. Black base with orange lid.

Interlocks with other pieces in the three-channel MightyGuard collection to customize cable protection. Reduces vehicle drive-over damage to electrical cables, hoses and pipes while also eliminating the trip hazard for foot traffic. Suitable for warehouses, indoor work sites, flea markets, the garage, entertainment venues, shopping malls, the office, festivals, marinas and much more.

Manufactured with a solid-cast polyurethane base and lid; lid is reinforced with fiberglass rod. Supports up to 15,750lbs. per tire. Interlocking design connects multiple units together to cover a larger area.

  • Three 2" rounded channels with 45-degree right turn
  • Measures 30" L x 25" W x 2.5" H
  • Supports up to 15,750 lbs. per tire
Features

Hot, Open-Cast Molded Polyurethane

Our polyurethane cable ramps are stronger than typical injection-molded polymers because the hot-cast process provides a long, slow cure and post-cure that enhances the cross-linking of the polyurethane molecule.

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