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Plastic Pedestrian Barriers

Plastic Pedestrian Barriers

For construction zones, traffic control, and pedestrian walkway protection, plastic pedestrian barricades provide a temporary and movable crowd control barrier. Our plastic roadblocks are made of lightweight polypropylene with a robust polypropylene construction to protect and direct traffic. To form a continuous barrier, all barriers join and interlock. Pick your plastic barricade right now!

Plastic Pedestrian barricades are used to protect and guide pedestrians through or around hazardous places, such as construction zones or big crowds. Steel or plastic barricades can be used, however, plastic barricades have certain advantages. Here's what you need to know.

The Benefits of Plastic Pedestrian Barriers

Visibility

Plastic pedestrian barricades come in a number of highly visible colors, which can be especially useful at night or in low-lighting locations. For added safety, reflective devices and warning messages are simple to incorporate. Plastic barricades are also a good area to put instructional notices or branding products because they are so visible. For those with visual impairments, high visibility is also beneficial.

Safety

These roadblocks are extremely strong and resistant to damage, but they are also incredibly light. They are available with weighted anti-trip feet, making them especially suitable for locations frequented by children, seniors, and people with disabilities. They provide the same level of stability as a metal pedestrian barrier while being significantly lighter. Furthermore, plastic roadblocks are simple to stack and store, as well as to quickly erect if necessary.

Site Enclosure (Small)

Plastic barricades with hinged interlocking designs are ideal for completely enclosing tiny risks like a missing manhole cover. Plastic barricades are a wonderful way to respond to minor catastrophes because they are so quick and easy to set up. When planning a major festival or event, keep a few extras on hand.

Less time-consuming

Another disadvantage of metal barricades is the time and manpower required to erect them. Metal barricades are heavy and bulky, and moving them requires a lot of muscle. Because of their size and shape, they are particularly difficult to store. They take up less storage and transportation space. They're also light, so one person can carry 1-2 and two individuals can carry 2-3 at a time.

More Consistency

On metal barricades, there are two sorts of feet: bridged and flat. On uneven ground, metal barricades with bridged feet are better, although the bridged feet are tripping risks. The flat feet, on the other hand, are not very stable, so there are disadvantages to both options. Furthermore, these feet frequently break, necessitating multiple replacements.