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Traffic Safety Products to Make Your Life Safer

At TrafficSafetyExperts.com, our goal is to provide products that can help you make your  roads, parking lots, and work sites safer. The proper use of traffic safety products can help reduce accidents, protect drivers, pedestrians and construction workers and enhance safety.

Traffic Channelizers, Barriers & Delineators: High-visibility traffic channelizer and delineator grabber cones and looper tubes are versatile, strong and easy to use. Every aspect of these channelizer safety products has been carefully thought out, from the unique handle designs, the durable low density polyethylene material, the smooth integration of components to the multiple applications you can create making them ideal for highway work, construction zones and work sites.

Traffic Cones: Traffic Cones are expertly crafted using the highest quality materials and are backed by a quality guarantee. High-quality PVC cones provide high visibility under all weather conditions. Check out the wide variety of sizes and styles.

Type I, Type II & Type III Plastic Barricades: Unique, durable plastic traffic barriers are suitable for a variety of different applications. Standard folding plastic barricades are ideal for all applications and provide cost-effective traffic control. Traffic safety barriers include Type I, Type II, Type III, breakaway barricade systems and modular barricade systems.

Portable Plastic Barricades: Provide a lightweight, colorful alternative to steel barriers that are easy to handle and set up. Portable barriers are the most effective product for handling large crowds. If you are planning an event or are involved in an industrial work site, the need to insure both personal and public safety, needs to be considered. The use of signs and portable barriers can be a good way to help with doing so.

Portable Vertical Panel Barricades: The vertical panel barricades consist of durable blow molded polyethylene panels and recycled rubber bases. They come in multiple styles with reflective sheeting to enhance traffic control and provide proper messaging.

Delineator Posts: Traffic delineators meet the needs of contractors, municipalities and utility companies worldwide and are perfect for parking lots, islands and work zones, temporary or permanent applications. These traffic control products are designed and up-dated continuously with the latest innovations in traffic control and highway safety equipment.

Traffic Signs & Stands: Traffic signs & stands include roll-up reflective and non-reflective traffic control signs in a variety of sizes and color with a large selection of legends on all traffic signs. Portable traffic sign stands come in many shapes and sizes.

Visit us at www.TrafficSafetyExperts.com to view our full selection of traffic safety products or to speak with a Customer Service specialist, call 631-367-2005.

When To Choose a Plastic Base vs. a Rubber base for a Delineator

Rubber bases are made from 100% recycled tire rubber and used for portable channelizers, delineators, and for temporary use applications. If need be, they can be surface mount glued down (you can use epoxy or butyl pads). They are typically more expensive than a plastic base.

Urethane bases are not considered a portable delineator, as they are attached to the road surface using butyl pads, A-B epoxy resin, bituminous hot-melts or bolted to the surface. They are mostly used for permanent applications where product durability is important, but also used for temporary use.

Plastic Bases are also not considered a portable delineator, as they are attached to the road surface using butyl pads, A-B epoxy resin, bituminous hot-melts or bolted to the surface. The make for an inexpensive, work zone delineator that is reboundable, but not made to withstand repeated high speed. They are typically used in work zone products for lower speed, construction zone, parking lot, and temporary applications. Plastic bases can be used for permanent installations in protected areas. They are surface mounted for glue down or bolt down (you can use epoxy or butyl pads or red headed concrete bolts). Plastic bases are typically cheaper than rubber bases.