Our portable roadway barriers are designed lightweight for ease of transportation for a temporary project. This model complies with the 150 lbs per linear foot restrictions mandated for multi-level parking structures. Barriers connect to each other to form a continuous barrier when linked together with minimal hardware.
Fill the 6-inch hole located on the top with water or sand to add stability and drain from the 2-inch hole in the bottom when ready to transport. This sturdy barrier is the safest traffic blockade available, used to protect motorists and pedestrian traffic. Available in orange and white - alternate colors sequentially for maximum visibility. These work great as parking dividers, directional lanes, warding off construction or maintenance zones
- Choose from two colors, Safety Orange or White
- Fill with water or sand for greater stability
- Easy to stack, separate, transport, and store
- Forklift Accessible
- Two-person lift when empty
Water and Sand Filling Specifications:
- Weight with Water: 970 lbs
- Weight with Sand: 1,940 lbs
- (1) 32" x 72" Water/Sand Fillable Roadway Barrier
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- Length: 72”
- Width: 18” at base, narrowing to 10” at top
- Height: 32” tall
- Weight: 85 lbs (empty), 970 lbs filled with water
All in all, I wasn't expecting anything fancy, but these are really nice. I plan to purchase more for my next job.
Easy barrier- sturdy and great quality. I am very impressed!
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