Tensabarrier TC114 Tensacone Topper

SKU CCW-26-021-00001
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  • 13 foot retractable belt
  • Red and white striped belt
  • Plastic orange case
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$60.00

Product Overview

Turn your traffic cones into retractable belt barriers with the Tensabarrier TC114 Tensacone Topper.  By connecting multiple cones with the retractable belts, you can convert any area into a no access zone to safely guide foot or road traffic away from hazards. Quick and easy to set up and breakdown, these toppers are perfect for any location where a short-term blockade is necessary.

Includes:
Tensabarrier TC114 Tensacone Topper

Features:

  • Connect cones to one another with retractable belts, restricting access to the area
  • Lightweight and easy to assemble
  • A 13-foot, heavy-duty retractable belt
  • Lightweight and easy to assemble
  • Modular cassette design offering four-point anti-tamper connection
  • Great for indoor and outdoor use
  • Finish options available upon request: Plastic Blue and Plastic Yellow
  • Perfect for maintenance areas, highway construction areas, engineering functions or anyplace where a short-term blockade is necessary

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Belt: 13 feet
  • Finish: 3 finish options
  • Customizable? No

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