SafeZone 60" Double Spring Traffic Sign Stand

SKU CCW-12-021-01306
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  • Compact storage
  • Telescoping legs
  • Heavy duty springs
  • Compatible with rigid or roll up (additional bracket) signs
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$208.01

Product Overview

The Plasticade SafeZone 60’’ Double Spring Traffic Sign Stand is your guarantee for years of use! The bright orange, powder coated legs allow your sign to be seen from highways to city sidewalks, while the 60’’ above ground sign height further increases visibility! Check it out and get your practical and efficient sign stand today!

Includes:
SafeZone 60" Double Spring Traffic Sign Stand

Features:

  • Double spring sign stand for rigid and roll-up signs
  • Rigid sign bracket is standard
  • Roll-Up Bracket is available, purchase separately
  • Heavy duty springs
  • 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
  • 60’’ minimum sign height above ground
  • Readily available replacement parts or assemblies
  • NCHRP-350 Accepted for roll-up signs or rigid signs up to 48’’ x 60’’, Meet MUTCD Standards

 

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Folded Dimensions: 9" x 12" x 80"
  • Weight: 55.5 lbs.
  • Customizable? Roll-up bracket available

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