DynaFlex for Roll-Up and Rigid Signs

SKU CCW-20-021-00031
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  • Screwlock or stablock attachment
  • Steel and aluminum construction
  • Two stage aluminum masts
  • Displays standard roll-up signs or popular Fold and Roll™ signs
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$137.95

Product Overview

With the choice of steel and aluminum construction, both of which offer durability and long service life, the feature dual heavy duty torsion springs provide stability in gusty wind conditions. They can display either standard roll-up signs or Fold and Roll™ signs at the standard 12" off the ground. Full-size DynaFlex™ stands display roll-up signs at a mounting height of 5' or 7'. These stands feature a two-stage aluminum mast and the RUB3315 sign attachment. No matter the choice, road safety will be maximized with the DynaFlex™ stands for roll-up signs.

Includes:

Stand for roll-up signs

Features:

  • Meets MUTCD standards.
  • NCHRP-350 compliant.
  • Offers two methods of roll-up sign attachment: Screwlock for standard roll-up signs or Stablock for Fold & Roll™ signs.
  • Heavy-duty steel torsion spring system provides a smooth, gliding reaction to wind gusts for no whipping action.

Specifications:

Height: 12”, 5’, 7’

Material: Aluminum or steel

Attachment style: Screwlock or stablock

Leg length

DF3000: 22”

DF3003: 30”

Telescoping”

DF3000: 38”

DF3003: 51”

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