Price (ex. VAT)
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Black & Yellow
22 mm
32 mm
Width (E F008808)
133 mm
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68 mm
83 mm
Width (E F000008)
133 mm
220 mm
68 mm
83 mm
Mounting (E F000003)
Material (E F001257)
Length (E F004265)
1800 mm
765 mm
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1800 mm
765 mm
9000 mm
Depth (E F008810)
22 mm
32 mm
Depth (E F000049)
22 mm
32 mm

Floor Cable Protectors

Floor Cable protectors from D-Line are high quality solutions to protect trailing cables, and minimise trips & falls.

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Floor Cable Protectors

Floor cable protectors come in various materials and designs suitable for different needs. Some are made of flexible PVC for neat office spaces and medium duty PVC for areas with regular foot traffic. Heavy duty floor cable protectors are also available, which can hold the weight of vehicles up to 11.5T axle weight.

D-Line Floor Cable Protector range includes linkable versions, that can join to additional lengths, to cover longer cable runs.

Rubber floor cable protector connectors - manufactured from high grade polyurethane

Polyurethane is not technically classified as rubber, although polyurethane elastomers (also known as polyurethane rubber) exhibit rubber-like properties such as elasticity and flexibility. D-Line's medium duty and heavy duty cable protectors can connect through either friction based connectors or locking male : female connectors. This ensures that that no job is too big or too small for floor cable protectors.

Keep your cable tidy

Cable protectors keep cables and cords organised and in place. When cables are loose across the floor, it can be challenging to keep track of which cable goes where.

You can organise cables by function or location, which makes it easier to identify them and avoid confusion.

Rubber cable protectors in black

Floor cable protectors also provide a layer of protection that helps prevent the cables from being crushed, cut, or frayed. They also come in a variety of colors and materials, which can enhance the appearance of your space.

Regulations require the use of cable protectors to maintain safety and hygiene standards. By using cable protectors that comply with industry standards, you can ensure that you are meeting regulatory requirements.

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Protects cables from heavy foot and vehicle traffic

Floor cable protectors are important for several reasons. First and most importantly, they help prevent tripping hazards and accidents. Loose cables and cords lying on the floor can be a serious safety risk, especially in high-traffic areas. By covering the cables with a protector, you create a smooth, level surface that people can walk or drive over safely.

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Cable protector floor design

Floor cable protectors are essential devices designed to protect cables from being damaged from foot traffic, vehicular traffic, or heavy equipment. They come in different shapes, sizes, and materials, and are used in various settings.

This includes:

  • Offices
  • Trade shows
  • Conferences
  • Concerts
  • Industrial environments.

Construction sites regulatory requirements

Floor cable protectors are an essential tool that can help you protect cables, promote safety, and organise space. They can also enhance the appearance of your environment, and comply with regulatory requirements.

UK Regulations

In the UK, there are several regulations that surround the use of floor cable protectors. The main regulations that apply to floor cable protectors are the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.

The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 also apply to cable protectors.

The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974

The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 requires the safety of employees and visitors to premises. This includes taking steps to prevent tripping hazards caused by cables and cords. Employers must also ensure that any cable protectors used are suitable for the environment and do not create additional hazards.

The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989

The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 require employers to take steps to prevent electrical hazards. This covers those caused by cables and cords.

Employers must ensure that any cables that pass through floors or walls are protected by suitable cable protectors. Cable protectors must also be suitable for the voltage and frequency of the electrical system.

There are also industry specific regulations that may apply to the use of cable protectors. For example, the construction industry has regulations regarding the use of cable protectors on construction sites.

Fines and legal action prevention

It is important to note that failure to comply with these regulations can result in fines and legal action.

Employers should ensure that they are familiar with the relevant regulations. This includes taking steps to ensure compliance. Including selecting suitable cable protectors and providing training to employees on their proper use.

Floor Cable Protectors

Non-slip coatings

The non-slip underside of cable floor protectors is an essential feature that helps to prevent accidents and ensure safety. Cable floor protectors are designed to cover cables creating a smooth surface that people can walk or drive over. Without a non-slip underside, the protector can slip or slide, causing people to lose their footing and cause accidents.

Rubber and vinyl protectors

The non-slip underside of cable floor protectors is usually made of rubber or vinyl. Other materials can be used that have high friction properties. This material creates a secure grip on the floor, preventing the protector from sliding around and creating a tripping hazard. This feature is particularly important in high-traffic areas or areas where heavy equipment is used.

Protecting the cables

In addition to preventing accidents, the non-slip underside of cable floor protectors also helps to protect the cables and cords. If the protector slips or slides, the cables can become exposed. This creates a safety hazard and causing damage to the cables themselves. The non-slip underside ensures that the protector remains in place, keeping the cables safely covered and protected.

Extending the life of cable protectors

Another benefit of the non-slip underside is that it can help to extend the life of the cable floor protector. When the protector stays in place, it is less likely to become damaged or worn out from sliding around. This means that the protector can continue to provide safety and protection for longer, reducing the need for frequent replacements.

Preventing hazards

Non-slip underside of cable floor protectors is a crucial feature that helps to prevent accidents. This can also extend the life of the protector. When choosing a cable floor protector, ensure that it is a non-slip high-friction material such as rubber or vinyl.

What to consider when deciding on the right floor cable protector?

When choosing a floor cable protector, it's important to consider several factors.

First, consider the level and type of traffic in the area where the cables are located. Heavy-duty cable protectors are recommended for high-traffic areas. Lighter-duty protectors may suffice in areas with less traffic.

Choose a cable protector for the right size and number of cables that need protection. Do this to ensure that it is wide enough to prevent tripping hazards.


Factors to consider:

  • Environmental conditions where the cable protector will be used
  • industry standards or regulations that may require specific types of cable protectors
  • the ease of installation of the cable protector
  • the aesthetics of the cable protector can also be important, particularly in areas where appearance is essential.

You can choose a floor cable protector that meets your needs and ensures the safety of people while protecting the cables.

How do you cover a power cord on the floor?
You can use floor cable protectors, which are available in various materials and sizes. These covers are designed to encase the cord and provide protection while also hiding it from view. Cord covers can be made of plastic, rubber, or fabric, and can be easily cut to size if needed.
How to put on a cable protector?
To put on a cable protector, you should first clean the area where you plan to install it. Then, measure the length of the cable you want to protect and prepare the protector by cutting it to the appropriate size if needed. Position the protector over the cable and ensure that it is centered and lies flat on the floor. If the protector has adhesive backing, peel off the protective layer and press it firmly onto the floor. Finally, test the installation to make sure it is secure and that the cables are properly enclosed.
What is a cable protector?
A cable protector is a device used to cover and protect cables, cords, and wires that are exposed on the ground, preventing them from becoming tripping hazards and also protecting them from damage caused by foot traffic or heavy equipment. They are commonly used in areas where cables and cords need to be temporarily or permanently installed on the floor, such as event spaces, construction sites, offices, and homes. Cable protectors come in various shapes, sizes, and materials, including rubber, plastic, and metal, and may include features such as channels or grooves to guide cables, adhesive backing, or a hinged lid for easy access.