PVC Traffic Cones

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SKU CCW-12-021-00360
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  • Rubber base design
  • Easy transport and storage
  • Available in three heights
  • Maximize safety and efficiency
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$8.70

Product Overview

Keep a safe and secure work environment with Plasticade PVC Traffic Cones. They help ensure the safety and well-being of your workers, and that of pedestrians and motorists. Designed to maximize safety and efficiency for construction personnel. Increase the visibility of your work site in a manner that is cost-effective and practical. Durable and reboundable. Available in three height options. Customize the cones with your company logo.

MINIMUM ORDER OF (10) REQUIRED ON THIS PRODUCT. SHIPPING IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE LISTED PRICE

Includes:

  • (1) Traffic Cone with Molded Base
    Cone Bars Available, sold separately

Features:

  • High visibility PVC injection molded cones.
  • Fluorescent orange color is molded throughout resists fading. Provides high visibility protection.
  • One piece design. The cone is permanently molded to black base and will not separate when hit by a vehicle.
  • Rubber base designed to grip the road.
  • Designed with hand grip at top.
  • Recessed collars keep sheeting free from scratches.
  • Increased stability. Will not be blown over.
  • Stackable for easy transport and storage. No sticking when removed.
  • Available in 36" (10 or 12 lbs.), 28" (7 or 10 lbs.), and 18" (3 lbs.)
  • Cone is available with or without high intensity prismatic white collars. 3M® collars have excellent wide angle retro-reflectivity.
  • Stenciling available
  • NCHRP-350 Accepted. Meets MUTCD Standards

Specifications:

  • Cone and Base Composition: PVC - polyvinyl Chloride
  • Color: Orange
  • Reflective Sheeting: High Intensity White Collars 4” and 6
  • Rubber Bases Weight: 10 lb., 16 lb., or 30 lb.

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