Have a look at the Plasticade Compact Springless Sign Stand! This stand has a single attachment point to hold and display the roll-up signs, making it quick, simple and easy to use! Furthermore, it holds the sign at least 60’’ above ground, providing the perfect visibility you desire! With a rotatable base and many other features, this stand will meet all of your requirements!
SafeZone Compact Springless Sign Stand
- Springless sign stand for use with roll-up signs
- Auto-Latch bracket is standard, use with 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
- If impacted, the base will rotate 90 degrees to the ground, causing no damage to the undercarriage of the impacting vehicle
- 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
- 60’’ minimum sign height above ground
- Readily available replacement parts or assemblies
- NCHRP-350 Accepted for roll-up signs up to 48’’ x 48’’, Meet MUTCD Standards
- Folded Dimensions: 6.5" x 6.5" x 71.25"
- Weight: 29.5 lbs.
- Customizable? Universal bracket available
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