T155 Tripod for Roll-Up and Rigid Signs

SKU CCW-20-021-00030
In Stock
Price match guarantee
  • Compact storage
  • Powder coated, rugged square tubular steel construction
  • 3-legged design
  • Compatible with 36" and 48" signs
- +
$80.97

Product Overview

Please note that a $15 fee will be applied if the total purchases of Dicke produts are under $100.

Made of durable material, these tripod stand for rigid and roll-up signs are manufactured by Dicke Safety tools and do exactly that, help keep the roads safe and secure for all to use. The T155 tripod is an all-purpose three-legged heavy duty sign stand. It was designed to hold 36" and 48" rigid signs. With the addition of the optional roll-up sign adapter, roll-up signs can be displayed as well. Be assured that traffic will be directed with maximum efficiency with this T155 tripod stand.

Includes: (1)ツT155 Tripod with Clamp

Features:

  • Meets MUTCD specifications.
  • NCHRP-350 compliant.
  • Telescoping mast.
  • Flag holder for 3 standard flags.
  • Displays 36" and 48" rigid signs.
  • Displays roll-up signs with the addition of optional #RUB100 roll-up sign adapter.
  • Powder coated, rugged square tubular steel construction.

Specifications:

Height 48"

Width 57"

Storage size height 55"

Storage size width 8"

Storage size length 4 ツス"

Material Steel

Reviews

Latest from blog

  • Stanchions For Line Formation - Make Way For Added Safety Measures in the New Year

    The ongoing COVID pandemic and recent surges following the Christmas week had some cities re-thinking their New Year's bashes and balls. For instance Atlanta's usual "peach drop" was cancelled wit...

    Read more
  • Who uses crowd control barricades? (And should you be using barricades in your industry?)

    New Orleans' Mardis Gras, Boston's Marathon, Chicago's Lollapalooza, and New Years Eve in Times Square... these are some of America's most notorious events, bringing in massive crowds year after y...

    Read more
  • Bored of red carpets? What are the new colors hitting the black-tie event scene?

    Red carpets have been the symbol of (and even a nickname for) VIP events since their use in the early 1900's to welcome passengers onto the exclusive 20th Century Limited Passenger train, lauded as...

    Read more