Water/Sand Ballastable Jersey Barrier - 42 in. H x 96 in. L x 24 in. W, 150-225 lbs

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  • Jersey traffic barrier
  • Sand/water fillable for stability, 1200-1300 lbs with water
  • 42" H x 96" L x 24" W
  • Ideal for use in traffic construction areas
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Product Overview

Easy to transport, store and set up - these plastic safety barriers are ideal for construction sites and temporary work zones. Highly visible to minimize vehicular damage and guide pedestrian traffic. Use these lightweight barriers for special events, parking lots, airports or highway lane allotting. Simply stow the barriers at application site and fill with water or sand for added weight and stability.


  • Ballastable with sand or water
  • Multiple weight options available
  • Made from recycled UV-Resistant Polyethylene
  • Forklift accessible
  • Accepts fencing, lights, and flags
  • Multiple, unique colors available

Jersey Barricade color availability - orange, white, yellow, tan, olive, and blue

    Size and Wall Thickness:

    • Height: 42” / 1067 mm
    • Length: 96” / 2438 mm
    • Width: 24” / 610 mm
    • Wall Thickness:
              150: .280” / 7.12mm
              175: .365” / 9.27mm(avg.)
              200: .400” / 10.16mm(avg.)
              225: .440” / 11.18mm(avg.)

    Water Filling Specificaitons:

    • Fill Line is 130 gallon of water  
    • Filled weight is 1084 lbs + weight of barrier   
              150: 1,234 lbs
              175: 1,259 lbs
              200: 1,284 lbs
              225: 1,309 lbs
    • For freezing temperatures, add 4-6 oz. of calcium chloride per gallon of water


    • (1) 42” x 96” Safety Barricade




    • Length: 96”
    • Height: 42”
    • Width: 24”
    • Weight Empty: 175 lbs
    • Weight Full: 1259 lbs when filled with water
    • Composition: UV-Resistant Polyethylene


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