Orange Safety Cone Details:
● -Constructed of extra-heavy PVC
● -Used for traffic safety and control, construction sites, hazard marking and a variety of other applications
● -A wise choice in high-visibility safety products for both the professional and the designer
● -Day-glow orange color
Orange Safety Cone Usage:
Alert motorists to unsafe road conditions or changes to traffic flow with this 3M Reflective Orange Traffic Cone. Its handy design is ideal for cordoning off areas of the road or private driveways to help drivers go the right direction safely. This orange safety cone with reflective material, painted brightly and stands at a foot tall for high visibility. It stands on a rugged platform base that keeps it supported, even during heavy wind or rain. This traffic safety cone is lightweight and sturdy, and will not fade in the sun or rain. It can be used for many different applications, making it an economical and responsible safety investment for home or business owners. Help drivers know where to go with this handy 3M Reflective Orange Traffic Cone.
Orange Safety Cone Types and sizes:
Typical traffic cones are fluorescent "safety" orange, as well as lime green. Traffic cones also commonly come with reflective striping around them, to increase visibility.
In the United States, they come in such sizes as:
● 12 in (305 mm), 1.5 lb (0.68 kg) – for indoor/outdoor applications
● 18 in (457 mm), 3 lb (1.4 kg) – for outdoor applications such as free-way line painting
● 28 in (711 mm), 7 lb (3.2 kg) , (also called Metro cones for their use in cities) – for Non-highway applications e.g. Local street,
● 28 in (711 mm), 10 lb (4.5 kg) – for free-way/high-way applications (With reflective stripes)
● 36 in (914 mm), 10 lb (4.5 kg) – for free-way/high-way applications (With reflective stripes)
We also supplied Rubber and EVA cones.
Massive ranges of the color and sizes.
Orange Safety Cone Additional :
Indoor and non-traffic use
Cones are used to lay out courses for autocross competitions.
Cones are also frequently used in indoor public spaces to mark off areas which are closed to pedestrians, such as a restroom being out of order, or to denote a dangerous condition, such as a slippery floor. They can be used on school playgrounds to limit areas of a playing field, and on ice rinks to define class, private party, or private lesson areas. Some of the cones used for this purpose are miniature, as small as 5 cm (2.0 in) tall, and some are disposable full-size cones made of biodegradable paper.
Being distinctive, easily portable and usually left unguarded, traffic cones are often stolen. Students are frequently blamed, to the extent that the British National Union of Students has attempted to play down this "outdated stereotype".
The term "road cone" is also commonly used in the construction industry as a lighthearted insult. It is used to describe an individual who spends most of the day just standing still, making no attempt to get involved in the work they should be doing.