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Multi-Use Cone and I-Beam Rail Truck Kit


Multi-Use Cone and I-Beam Rail Truck Kit
Price:
$1,093.20

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Multi-Use Cone and I-Beam Rail Truck Kit


Features of the Linkable Plastic Barricade System:

  • TrafFix Cone & Rail System remains stable on uneven ground and can be linked for any required configuration.
  • Completely encloses work zone to help reduce accidents and liability.
  • Cones are highly visible by motorist and can be internally ballasted with sand.
  • 2 ft. and 3 ft. Rails can be mounted vertically as a free standing barricade.
  • 2 ft. and 3 ft. Rails can be mounted horizontally as a free standing type I or type II barricade.
  • Meets the crashworthy requirements of NCHRP 350


Truck Kit Consists of:

  • (8) 42 in. Multi-Use Cones
  • (4) 2 ft. Plastic I-Beam Rails
  • (4) 3 ft. Plastic I-Beam Rails
  • (4) 4 ft. Plastic I-Beam Rails
  • (4) 6 ft. Plastic I-Beam Rails
  • Engineering Grade Sheeting on I-Beams


Please call us at 1-866-284-1541 for a freight quote to your specific zip code.


Barricade Lights Sold Separately.

Q: What is the difference between the Right hand and Left hand stripes?

A: The direction of the stripe tells drivers which way to turn. For Example: If you come to the end of a road and the only way to turn is right, you want to put a barricade with reflective sheeting with RIGHT HAND stripes.

Guidances:

  • Where barricades extend entirely across a roadway, the stripes should slope downward in the direction toward which road users must turn.
  • Where both right and left turns are provided, the barricade stripes should slope downward in both directions from the center of the barricade or barricades.
  • Where no turns are intended, the stripes should be positioned to slope downward toward the center of the barricade or barricades.




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Multi-Use Cone and I-Beam Rail Truck Kit