There are many places have needs of Traffic cones.

It's important to use the Cone which meets a certain standard for the safe constructions.  

 Here is a standard of cone picture below:

 

                         The all-purpose cone*

 *Height requirements vary by state. 36-inches for highways in FL and DE

 

What Makes a Cone Legal for Road Use? 

 

  • Approved as channelizing device -- "tool used to temporarily guide traffic on public roads" -- by the Manual for Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD)


  • Safe for cars because it's molded from shock-absorbing plastic unlike stiff all-purpose cones


  • Meets requirements for height*, color (chromaticity coordinates) and luster (luminance factor) set by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

 

 

 

 

There are many places have needs of Traffic cones.

It's important to use the Cone which meets a certain standard for the safe constructions.  

 Here is a standard of cone picture below:

 

                         The all-purpose cone*

 *Height requirements vary by state. 36-inches for highways in FL and DE

 

What Makes a Cone Legal for Road Use? 

 

  • Approved as channelizing device -- "tool used to temporarily guide traffic on public roads" -- by the Manual for Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD)


  • Safe for cars because it's molded from shock-absorbing plastic unlike stiff all-purpose cones


  • Meets requirements for height*, color (chromaticity coordinates) and luster (luminance factor) set by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

 

 

 

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