Stackable Plastic Barricade, Water or Sand Fillable (85lbs) - 36 in. H X 78 in. L X 18 in. W

SKU CCW-30-007-00002
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  • Stackable poly barricade with optional extension
  • Sand/water fillable for stability - 85 lbs when filled with water
  • 78" x 18" x 36"
  • U.S. Federal OSHA regulations certified
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$431.00

Product Overview

This portable barrier is an ideal solution for traffic and crowd control. Interlocking design makes it sturdier and it can be water or sand ballastable for added weight and stability. It is made of Polyethylene plastic and has forklift slots on the bottom for easier mobility. Designed to maximize storage space with its stackable style and has built-in handles on each end for a better grip. Available in orange, yellow, blue, red, or white.

Add on fencing panels to increase visibility on work sites is available and sold separately.

Features:

  • Effective length when connected is 72 inches
  • Stackable as high as convenient
  • Ballastable with sand or water
  • Made from virgin polyethylene material with UV stabilizer
  • Forklift accessible
  • U.S. Federal OSHA regulations certified

Size and Wall Thickness:

  • 37 lbs. empty
  • Material thickness is 0.150"
  • Height: 36" / 914mm
  • Length: 76.5” / 1930mm
  • Width: 16” / 406mm

Filling Specificaitons:

  • Hollow Base can be filled with 5.4 gallons of water or sand (~45 Lb.)
  • Total weight filled with water is 85 lbs.
  • For freezing temperatures, add 4-6 oz. of calcium chloride per gallon of water

Includes:

  • (1) 78 x 18 x 36" Stackable Jersey Barrier

Resources:

    Specification

    Specifications:

    • Length: 76.5”
    • Height: 36”
    • Width: 16”
    • Weight Empty: 37 lbs
    • Weight: 85 lbs when filled with water
    • Composition: Virgin polyethylene material with UV stabilizer

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