• Defender presents the Xpress Series cable protectors

    Defender (part of the Adam Hall group) has announced Xpress Series cable protectors, available in two versions (Xpress 40 and Xpress 100) with 40 mm and 100 mm wide cable ducts, and can be placed over cables and hoses that have already been laid. This makes them suitable for a variety of outdoor and indoor uses at events, festivals, Christmas markets, trade fairs, shopping centres, studios, or offices. In addition, the Xpress models have the Defende 3D LaserGrip surface, said to feature high slip and tread resistance, even when driven over with trolleys, wheelbarrows or bicycles.

    The Xpress 40 (1005 x 125 x 20 mm; L x W x H) and Xpress 100 (1005 x 250 x 40 mm; L x W x H) cable protectors offer the fastest handling of all Defender models. The lack of a base is a major factor in this, making the cable protector easy to install in existing cable routes. The XPRESS cable protectors have a load-bearing capacity of 0.5 tonnes per 20 x 20 cm area laid, which means that cars can drive over them.

    As with the Micro and MIDI 5 2D Series, the '3D LaserGrip' surface also provides Xpress cable protectors with special slip and step resistance, says Defender, also stating that with its special shape and surface structure, it also minimises the risk of accidentally moving an entire cable protector line.

    Defender cable protectors do not contain PVC, but are made from TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane), which is mainly made from recycled plastics and reportedly gives the cable protectors a high durability according to the TÜV SÜD standard.

    The Defender Xpress Series is manufactured in Germany and comes with a 5-year warranty.

    Defender Xpress

    Defender Xpress
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