DisposeaCones an Inexpensive Alternative to Traffic Cones – Video

DisposeaCones an Inexpensive Alternative to Traffic Cones – Video
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Call them Traffic Cones 2.0. The next generation of traffic cones, the DisposaCone proves that you can reinvent pretty much anything – even bright orange pylons.

The DisposaCone has been approved under Section 6i of the federal Manual for Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) as a temporary traffic control device. This makes the DisposaCone America’s first disposable device approved for roadway or emergency use. Measuring in at 18 inches in height, the DisposaCone is outfitted in fluorescent orange color and retroreflective strips that can warn drivers of possible dangers.

What’s great about the DisposaCone is that it travels easily, it sticks to the ground and can be recycled once its purpose is served. It folds flat for compact storage, which means 30 cones are about the same size to store as a quart-sized bottle of motor oil. The DisposaCone is inexpensive, with a package of three costing about half of just one traditional 18-inch tall cone. As well, its adhesive butyl base means it sticks to any firm surface. They also last up to four days in the wind and rain.

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