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When it comes to cost-effective cable tidy management, Walker Rubber is your number one choice; we offer a comprehensive range of heavy-duty rubber cable protector products to choose from and can also manufacture to your design.
What is a cable protector?
Whether you know them as a cable protector, cable tidy, wire tidy or cable trunking they all play an important part in maintaining safety in the office or at events by allowing wires and cables to be run safely in areas where they could otherwise be a hazard. The purpose of this type of rubber extrusion is to conceal cords and wires on the floor, protecting both people from accidents, and expensive equipment from being damaged.
Our profiles are strong and smooth in design, a perfect combination for dealing with wheeled equipment and high numbers of people. Since we manufacture these in house, we can offer a cut to length service for smaller-scale applications or alternatively we can supply in coils for larger-scale projects.
Outdoor cable protectors
When selecting which material to purchase your cable protector in, you really must consider its intended use. If it’s being used outdoors at events, for example, you will require something that is hard-wearing and resistant to the elements. This is why we only extrude using high-quality UK sourced virgin EPDM rubber which has excellent physical properties in comparison with alternative materials such as PVC. EPDM is our ‘go to’ rubber when it comes to outdoor performance. To illustrate this, we extrude rubber fenders for vessels in EPDM and they withstand high impact collisions and a harsh marine environment.
Where can you use them?
You don’t just have to use them as a floor protector, you can attach them to the side of the wall as well. Simply drill into the rubber and bolt it onto the wall and then (and only then!) run your cables through them.