SafeZone 12" Springless Traffic Sign Stand

SKU CCW-12-021-01302
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  • Compact storage
  • Telescoping legs
  • Easy deployment of legs
  • Compatible with 36" and 48" roll up signs
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Product Overview

The Plasticade SafeZone 12’’ Springless Traffic Sign Stand is what you need to increase safety and efficiency for construction personnel! Inform the public of “road work ahead” or communicate any other message you want with this stable, easy to use and store sign stand, the legs of which are adjustable to three heights. Check it out!

SafeZone 12" Springless Traffic Sign Stand


  • Spring-less Sign Stand
  • Comes with auto-latch bracket to accept Roll-Up Signs with Lexan corner pockets
  • Universal Bracket available, allows the use of the sign stand with most brands of roll-up signs
  • Single sign attachment point allows for quick deployment in the field
  • Telescoping legs
  • Pull Pin/Kick Release for easy deployment of legs
  • Independently adjustable legs. three height adjustments for uneven terrain
  • Non-skid rubber feet
  • Bright Orange Steel legs, UV stabilized, powder coated, and zinc-plated
  • 12’’ minimum sign height above ground
  • NCHRP-350 Accepted for roll-up signs up to 48’’ x 48’’, Meet MUTCD Standards




  • Folded Dimensions: 6.5" x 6.5" x 24"
  • Weight: 20 lbs.
  • Customizable? Universal bracket available


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