This safety barrier makes the perfect barricade for parking and traffic applications.
Create a temporary wall barrier to control vehicular traffic direction, or cordon off road work and construction situations. This barricade can be water or sand ballastable for added weight and stability.
Add on fencing panels to increase privacy and security of work sites. The fencing panels are chain link laced all the way around a 1-3/8” frame. The 1-5/8” poles will be bundled and shipped with the pane, The frame and poles are assembled with purlin clamps (included).
To purchase this barrier without fencing, please see here.
- Ballastable with sand or water
- Multiple weight options available
- Made from recycled UV-Resistant Polyethylene
- Forklift accessible
- Fencing option with Purlin Clamps included
- Multiple, unique colors available
Size and Wall Thickness:
- 70 lbs empty
- Height: 32” / 813mm
- Length: 72” / 1829mm
- Width: 18” / 457mm
Water Filling Specificaitons:
- Fill Line is 70 gallon of water
- Total filled weight is 653 lbs
- For freezing temperatures, add 4-6 oz. of calcium chloride per gallon of water
- (1) 32” x 72” Jersey Barrier
- (1) Fencing Panel with purlin clamps
- Length: 72”
- Height: 32”
- Width: 18”
- Weight Empty: 70 lbs
- Weight: 653 lbs when filled with water
- Composition: UV-Resistant Polyethylene
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