Cable covers, also known as cable protectors or cord covers, are devices used to manage and protect electrical cables, wires, or cords in various settings. They are designed to prevent tripping hazards, organize cables, and provide a safe environment by covering exposed cables.
Cable covers typically consist of durable and flexible material, such as rubber or plastic, with a channel or groove in which the cables can be placed. The covers are often designed with a hinged or removable lid for easy cable installation or removal. They are available in different sizes, lengths, and configurations to accommodate various types and quantities of cables.
Cable covers are commonly used in offices, conference rooms, trade shows, stages, entertainment venues, and other environments where multiple cables need to be managed. They can be placed on the floor, mounted on walls, or even installed beneath carpets to hide and protect cables. By enclosing the cables, they reduce the risk of accidents caused by tripping over loose wires and prevent damage to the cables themselves, ensuring a neat and organized appearance.
Cable covers offer several features and benefits that make them valuable in managing and protecting cables. Here are some of the key features and benefits:
Safety: One of the primary benefits of cable covers is enhancing safety. By covering exposed cables, they reduce the risk of tripping and falling accidents, especially in high-traffic areas.
Cable Protection: Cable covers provide a physical barrier that protects cables from damage caused by foot traffic, vehicles, or other potential hazards.
Organization and Management: Cable covers help to organize and manage cables effectively. They keep cables neatly contained in a designated pathway, preventing tangling or entwining.
Aesthetics: Cable covers contribute to a cleaner and more professional appearance.
Easy Installation and Accessibility: Many cable covers are designed for easy installation and accessibility.
Versatility: Cable covers come in various sizes, lengths, and configurations, providing flexibility to accommodate different types and quantities of cables.
Durability: Cable covers are typically made from durable materials, such as rubber or plastic, which offer resistance to wear, tear, and impact.
Cable covers, also known as cable protectors can be divided into two main types, Heavy Duty, and Standard Duty.
Heavy Duty Cable Protection
This type of cable protector is rugged and hard-wearing. Often used in warehouses and car parks to protect exposed cables from vehicles and other heavy-duty transport vehicles. They are tough enough to be driven over and usually come with red or yellow coloured strips for easy visual identification. Pedestrian cable covers may also offer anti-slip protection for use in areas with heavy foot traffic.
Standard Duty Cable Protection
This type of floor cable protector is still tough and hard-wearing, however, would not be suitable for outdoors, warehouses or car parks. They are a popular choice and are primarily used in offices, network rooms and other indoor areas with large amounts of loose cab