Traffic Cones are cone shaped markers that are used to redirect road traffic or footfall in a safe manner and can also warn of hazards. Cones are reflective so that they are visible at night plus they are normally coloured red or orange with white horizontal stripes. When the warning cones are used internally, within public buildings, they are yellow and labelled to notify the public of a particular hazard. Traffic cones are durable and designed to withstand all weather conditions plus the base of the cone is weighted to ensure it remains upright and stationary.
Various heights are available to suit your requirements and the range is available from 60 mm to 1 m.
External Use for Traffic Cones
- Highly visible– excellent at night and on dark days
- Red or orange with white reflective stripes
- Warn of hazards and dangers, road works, road lane changes, redirect traffic, road accidents
- Used on footpaths, pedestrian areas and constriction areas warning of danger and hazards
- Used to designate safe areas for children playing
- Portable, stackable, free standing
- Weighted base for stability
- All weather
Traffic Cones indoors
- Used to warn the public of potential hazards or no go areas
- Highly visible
- Made from various materials
- Normally cone shaped, can be foldable, can be 2 side flat boards, pop-up
- Portable, free standing
- Brightly coloured yellow with black text or coloured symbols warning or the type of hazard, multi-lingual
The external and internal traffic cones can also be used with hazard warning tape to cordon off areas where the public cannot enter. The tape is normally attached to the top of a series of cones to block an area signifying no entry or restricted area. The warning tape is normally white and red or black and yellow.
Traffic Oil Materials
- Fabric – normally internal warning cones and pop-up warning cones
Traffic Cone Uses
- Restricted area