Spring Collapsing Traffic Cone

SKU CCW-19-021-00208
In Stock
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  • Most durable collapsing cone
  • High-quality polyethylene
  • Easy transport and storage
  • Highly visible
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$101.90

Product Overview

Proven to be the most durable collapsing traffic cone, Spring Cone is quickly deployed to delineate traffic at any scene. Manufactured by an industry leader in traffic safety and incident management products, the device was made to be highly visible and durable in temporarily controlling traffic. For maximum stability and durability you can count on, Spring Cone is the only choice.

Includes:

Traffic Cone with Rubber/Polyurethane Base

2, 4, 5, & 6 Cone Steel Totes

10 Cone Utility Storage Boxes are available

Features:

  • Made with high-quality polyethylene.
  • Flexible. Spring allows cone to automatically deploy.
  • Rubber/Polyurethane Base grips the roadway for stability.
  • Available cone options are 3 and 5 lb.
  • Spring Cones are 1/2 the weight and pack up a fraction of traditional PVC cones.
  • Collapses for easy storage or transport.
  • Cones can be stored in 2, 4 and 6 cone totes and 10 cone utility storage box.
  • Spring Cone spills wind for increasing stability.
  • Meets MUTCD requirements for 28” reflective highway traffic cone.

Specifications:

  • Height: 28”
  • Weight: 3 lbs. and 5 lbs.
  • Color: Orange

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