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42" Channelizer Cone Features
The function of channelizer cones is to warn road users of conditions created by work activities in the roadway. They can also be used for a variety of other short-term maintenance and utility work purposes.
Our Gorilla Grip Channelizer Cone is engineered to meet MUTCD standards for day, night and high speed roadway, and NCHRP 350/MASH requirements. The cone itself has four (6") High Intensity Reflective bands for increased night visibility. Also, this Channelizer Cone is specially formulated to provide the most comfortable gripping area with the right size grip cavity that ensures secure and safe grip even with wet muddy hands or gloves.
Additionally, the 16lbs hexagon rubber base is made of 100% post-consumer recycled tire rubber from used car and truck tires.
42" Reflective Cones are ballasted by a 16 lb Base. Simply drop the recycled rubber base over the cone stem and you’re ready to go to work.
- 100% recycleable.
- Dimensions are 49.4" height and 7.6" width.
- Available with 4 bands (6") of HIP reflective sheeting.
- Bright orange color molded throughout.
- Bases are made from 100% recycled rubber.
- Stackable with its reinforced handle design.
- Engineered to meet MUTCD standards.
- Meets NCHRP 350/MASH requirements.
- Specially formulated polymers provide unequaled impact reboundability.
- Heavy duty flange is reinforced to securely fit into the base.
MUTCD Standard For Channelizing DevicesStandard:
Tubular markers shall be predominantly orange and shall be not less than 450 mm (18 in) high and 50 mm (2 in) wide facing road users. They shall be made of a material that can be struck without causing damage to the impacting vehicle.
Tubular markers shall be a minimum of 700 mm (28 in) in height when they are used on freeways and other high-speed highways, on all highways during nighttime, or whenever more conspicuous guidance is needed.
For nighttime use, tubular markers shall be retroreflectorized. Retroreflectorization of 700 mm (28 in) or larger tubular markers shall be provided by two 75 mm (3 in) wide white bands placed a maximum of 50 mm (2 in) from the top with a maximum of 150 mm (6 in) between the bands.Guidance:
Tubular markers should not be used for pedestrian channelization or as pedestrian barriers in TTC zones on or along sidewalks unless they are continuous between individual devices and detectable to users of long canes.
Tubular markers have less visible area than other devices and should be used only where space restrictions do not allow for the use of other more visible devices.
Tubular markers should be stabilized by affixing them to the pavement, by using weighted bases, or weights such as sandbag rings that can be dropped over the tubular markers and onto the base to provide added stability. Ballast should be kept to the minimum amount needed.Option:
Tubular markers may be used effectively to divide opposing lanes of road users, divide vehicular traffic lanes when two or more lanes of moving motor vehicle traffic are kept open in the same direction, and to delineate the edge of a pavement drop off where space limitations do not allow the use of larger devices.MUTCD Guidelines for Channelizing Devices