Traffic Cones and Bollards

Traffic cones are frequently used to cordon off road work sites as well as parts of car parks and other areas that may be closed for entry. They may be used to block a parking space so that nobody can use it, or they can be used to warn people of a potential hazard.

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Getting the right traffic cones

Not all traffic cones are suitable for all locations, so it is a good idea to first familiarise yourself with the site and figure out what the requirements are before finalising your decision. Comeback cylinders are ideal for creating a barrier that needs to be in place for a longer period of time, while short-term projects may only need traffic cones, which come in a range of sizes. The team at DENIOS UK will be happy to answer any questions that you may have and give you further information on warranties and return policies. Why not call us today to find out more?

The DENIOS UK range

DENIOS UK offers a range of traffic barriers, including small traffic cones with one white ring. These cones are fluorescent and have a 30cm height. They allow for easy hazard marking and are made from extremely durable PVC. They require minimal maintenance and are designed for use within the workplace. However, they are not suitable for use in public, so this is not the type of cone you will see at road work sites.

An alternative to plastic traffic cones is the comeback cylinder. One model is the H 460, which features two white stripes. The unit is designed to bend 360° and spring back up again immediately, so this cylinder will bounce back if there is an impact, minimising the amount of damage. These units are red and reflective for high visibility during both day and night. They can be used in parking areas or to divide lanes and are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. This is a one-piece unit that comes with an integrated foot, so there is no assembly required, although it will need to be secured in place with anchor bolts. The unit is made from a composite thermoplastic polyurethane material.

Another comeback cylinder option is the H 1000 model. This option features four white stripes and is again self-righting, so an impact will not remove the barrier. These cylinders are visible both day and night and can be used both indoors and outdoors. This is a one-piece unit that is fastened to the floor with the help of anchor bolts. The flexibility of the comeback cylinders makes them ideal for a variety of different sites and environments.

Need more information or advice? Call 01952 811 991 to speak to a DENIOS expert.