Traffix Water Wall Construction Jersey Barrier - 32 in. H x 72 in. L x 18 in. W, 80 lbs

SKU CCW-19-021-00002
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  • Jersey traffic barrier
  • Sand/water fillable, up to 1,110 lbs
  • Optional chain link fencing available
  • Ideal for use in traffic construction areas
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$402.59

Product Overview

Designed to minimize damage to vehicles in the event of a vehicular collision, the Water-Wall Barrier is an economic and easy to install crash barrier system. Ideal for providing protection at public surroundings, construction sites and work-zones on roads and highways. For added privacy and security, the Water-Wall can be equipped with an optional chain-link fence. Stackable for easy movement and storage.

Includes: (1) Water-Wall Water Filled Barrier

Features:

  • Constructed with durable polyethylene plastic. Minimized cracking and breaking.
  • Optional link fencing system available
  • Molded through holes eliminate bowing when filled with water.
  • Double wall knuckle design minimizes breakage at hinge points.
  • Hinge design allows for a 30° pivot between sections.
  • Large 8" fill hole speeds filling process. Includes twist-lock plastic cap.
  • Tamper resistant, corner offset drain plug with coarse buttress thread screws in or out in only 2 ½ turns.
  • Includes one steel connection pin that allows sections to be locked together.
  • Forklift/Pallet Jack slots at the bottom allow for easy movement and transport.
  • Standard colors are orange/red or white - additional colors available upon request.

Specifications:

  • Weight Empty: 80 lbs. (36.29 kg)
  • Weight Filled: 1,110 lbs. (503.49 kg)
  • Length: 6' (182.88 m)
  • Width: 18" (45.72 cm)
  • Height: 32" (81.28 cm)
  • Material: Linear low-density polyethylene
  • Color: Orange or White

 

NCHRP 350 Approval:

TL-1: Longitudinal Barrier – HSA-10 / B-130

TL-2: Longitudinal Barricade – HSA-10 / WZ-224

TL-3: Barricade – HSA-10 / WZ-224

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