Angle Iron Type III Steel Traffic Barricade

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SKU CCW-12-021-00611
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  • Type III Traffic Barricade
  • Sheeting options available
  • Choose board size to suit needs
  • Ideal for use on traffic construction sites
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$124.64

Product Overview

Barricades are easy to create with this Angle Iron Type III Steel Traffic Barricade. Impact resistant and durable design. Easy to assemble. Easy to disassemble. Accepts two flashing lights. Sold as kits or as separate parts.

Includes:

  • (1) Steel Traffic Barricade

Features:

  • Universal mounting holes, pre-punched 7/16”.
  • Square shape provides superior wind load capabilities and inhibits warping.
  • Quick removal of uprights from feet, allows for short-term or permanent placement.
  • Easy to assemble and replace parts if necessary.
  • Plastic 1" x 8" boards are available in 4’, 6’, 8’, 10’, and 12’ lengths.
  • Boards may be sheeted (on one or both sides) or unsheeted.
  • NCHRP-350 Accepted,. Meets MUTCD Standards

Specifications:

  • Power Post: 63”L x 1.75”W // 3.25 lbs.
  • Telespar Upright: 63”L x 1.75”W // 9 lbs., 14 gauge galvanized
  • Telespar Feet: 60”L x 1.75”W x 6”H riser // 9 lbs., 14 gauge galvanized
  • Angle Iron Upright: 63”L x 1.5”W // 7 lbs., 10 gauge galvanized
  • Angle Iron Feet: 60”L x 1.5”W x 6”H riser // 7 lbs., 10 gauge galvanized
  • Volcano Rubber Base: 30.25”L x 14”W Recycled rubber 4.63”H steel base plate // 43.25 lbs.
  • Plastic Boards: High-Density Polyethylene
  • Available Board Sizes: 1” x 8” x 4’ // 1” x 8” x 6’ // 1” x 8” x 8’ // 1” x 8” x 10’ // 1” x 8” x 12’
  • Reflective Sheeting: Available in all grades in left, right, or chevron stripes on one or both sides of boards.

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