Enviro-Cone Traffic Cones

SKU CCW-19-021-00192
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  • Environmentally-friendly
  • Available in three weights
  • Minimum Order Quantity of 14
  • MUTCD compliant
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$7.33

Product Overview

Minimum Order Quantity of 14

The future of traffic cone is here and it is brightly fluorescent, stable and environmentally friendly.  The Enviro-Cone keeps more plastic from entering our landfills. Designed to withstand an impact with the tires of most vehicles, the tough, durable material construct is recyclable even after impact. Simply reshape and reuse. If a cone stem becomes unusable, simply reorder the stem and reuse the base. No need to buy the entire cone again. Save money and nature with The Enviro-Cone.

Includes: 

(1) Traffic Cone with Rubber Base

Features:

  • Made with low-density polyethylene.
  • Environmentally-friendly. The Enviro-Cone is recyclable.
  • Can withstand extreme hot and cold temperatures with no loss in functionality.
  • Durable. No cracking or breaking.
  • Highly visible. Has broader surface area than cones of similar height and weight.
  • 3M reflective collars assure superior performance in low light and nighttime conditions.
  • Retains color through the use of ultraviolet stabilizers and low-density polyethylene (LDPE). This increases product life.
  • Stable with 80% of the weight in the base. More stable than other traditional 7 lb. or 10 lb. PVC cones
  • Available sheeted and unsheeted.
  • Meets MUTCD Standards.

Specifications:

Traffic Cone:

  • Composition: Polyethylene
  • Color: Orange and Lime
  • Height: Available in 18”, 28” and 36”
  • Weight: 7 lbs.

Rubber Bases:

  • Weight: 3 lbs., 7 lbs., 10 lbs. and 12 lbs.

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