Heavy-Duty Interlocking Steel Barricade
*Minimum of 10 Required (Fee applies to orders of less than 10)
Our 8.5 ft Steel Barricades are an industry standard for outdoor crowd control. Manufactured from steel providing superior weather protection and permanent outdoor storage. Our barricades interlock using a simple hooking mechanism to prevent one barrier from being removed in a line of continuous barriers. Equipped with your choice of removable feet; Flat feet (ideal for level surfaces and to keep tripping hazards to a minimum) or Bridge feet (for grassy areas or uneven terrain).
PLEASE NOTE THERE IS A (10) PIECE MINIMUM ORDER ON ALL BARRICADES. SHIPPING IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE.
- (1) 8.5 ft Heavy Duty Interlocking Steel Barricade in Red
- Optional customized barricade jackets with your message or logo
- Warranty: 3-year limited manufacturer's warranty against defective material or workmanship
|Width||26 3/4" (bridge feet); 26" (flat feet)|
|Steel Thickness||16 gauge|
|Outer Tube Diameter||1 ½”|
|Inner Tube Diameter||½”|
|Feet Style||Choose either Bridge OR Flat feet— Although they are interchangeable, you must select an option of one or the other for each order of a barricade.|
|Material||Hot-Dipped Galvanized Steel|
- Height: 44”
- Length: 8'6"
- Frame Tube Diameter: 1.5”
- Vertical Base Diameter: 5/8”
- Weight: 44lbs
- school events
Works as advertised, easy installation. I haven't used it for more than two weeks so I can't attest to its durability in the long run but so far, so good!
Great product, just as expected
Perfect barrier for our parking lot. Very stable amidst strong winds.
It’s been in use daily for almost a year now and the product speaks for itself. Good deal with this product.
I had a hard time finding affordable barricades that matched our school colors but these have been perfect. We use them for almost all of our school events now that we have to accommodate social distancing at our programs.
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