Type I and II Metal Traffic Barricades

Estimated processing time of ~2 weeks (higher quantities may increase lead time) prior to shipping

SKU CCW-19-021-00537
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  • Modular design
  • Lightweight and easy to use
  • Highly durable
  • Impact resistant plastic panels
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Product Overview

The strength of impact resistant plastic panels has been combined with traditional metal legs in this durable but lightweight Metal Traffic Barricade. Innovative design allows for easy replacement of components. Holds up to extreme heat and available in a wide selection. Cost effective and environmentally friendly.


Metal Traffic Barricade


  • Made from durable impact resistant polyethylene.
  • Blow molded legs provide increased strength to minimize barricade damage and to prevent sagging in extreme heat.
  • Lightweight and easy to handle.
  • Wide selection of Type I and II barricades are available.
  • Modular design allows for easy replacement of components.
  • Unique San-Fil bottom panel eliminates messy sand bags.
  • NCHRP 350 accepted with standard or "D" cell barricade lights.
  • Meets MUTCD standards.
  • Durable impact resistant plastic panels.
  • Panels are recessed to protect reflective sheeting.
  • Panels are reinforced to increase stiffness and reduce bending or warping.
  • Steel legs available in white painted or galvanized finish.






Top Panel:

8" × 24" or 12" × 24"


Bottom Panel:

6" × 24" or 8" × 24"


Leg Thickness:

12 or 14 gauge


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