Type III Traffic Barricade Boards

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SKU CCW-12-021-01537
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  • Type III Traffic Barricade boards
  • Replacement boards
  • Sheeting options available
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$13.38

Product Overview

The Plasticade Type III Traffic Barricade Board is the right product for you if you are looking for a board that resists fading, chipping and splintering, while being strong and durable! They come in different lengths, which makes them suitable for a wide variety of applications. Determine the exact purpose you need the board for, choose your length and get the product that suits your needs!

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Type III Traffic Barricade Boards

Features:

  • High density polyethylene material that resists fading, chipping and splintering
  • Flat surface displays retro-reflective sheeting, complies with MUTCD requirements
  • Board is 4 feet long x 1" wide x 8" high
  • Hollow core extruded design
  • Internal walls provide lightweight strength and durability
  • Can be used in various generic Type III Barricade designs accepted by FHWA under NCHRP-350 (WZ-85)

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Board Composition: High Density Polyethylene
  • Board Size: 4' L x 1’’W x 8’H’
  • Color: White

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