Navicade Channelizer

SKU CCW-12-021-00053
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  • Slim design
  • Perfect for narrow roadways
  • Very durable
  • Designed to rebound after impact
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$23.08

Product Overview

The Navicade is designed to be used for narrow road work zones when a full-size channelizer or traffic drum is unsafe. The thin channelizer design offers durability and visibility at a drastically reduced diameter. The Navicade is the perfect choice to minimize vehicle obstructions when space is limited.

 PLEASE NOTE: 5 PC MINIMUM ORDER ON NAVICADE CHANNELIZER

Includes:

  • (1) Navicade Channelizer

Features:

  • Stackable with or without base for easy transportation and storage
  • NCHRP-350 Accepted, Meets MUTCD Standards
  • Made in the U.S.A

**PLEASE NOTE: 5PC MINIMUM FOR THIS ITEM**

Buying in large quantities? Contact us for a volume discount! sales@crowdcontrolwarehouse.com or (847)-991-9900

 

 

 

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Height: 49.25” inches
  • Bottom Diameter: 7.6" without base
  • Hexagon Base Diameter: 20.25" inches
  • Rectangular Base Dimensions: 14.25" x 30.75" inches
  • Weight: 3 lbs (without base)
  • Material: HPDE (high-density polyethylene)

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